Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

Silent Shadows by Natalie Walters June 15, 2020

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 4:30 pm
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About:

They’re running from their pasts into an unknown future.
But first, they’ll have to survive the present.

Nurse Pecca Gallegos moved to the tiny town of Walton, Georgia, to protect her son and escape the dangerous lifestyle that once defined her. When a series of strange circumstances evolves into threats, Pecca finds herself confiding in an unlikely ally–her stubborn patient.

Army veteran Colton Crawford is desperate to recover from the disorder that is ruining his life, and his instincts are on high alert when threats against his nurse and her son force him to take action. But Colton’s involvement only ramps up the danger when he uncovers a family secret revealing that whoever is after Pecca is closer–and more deadly–than they realized.

Welcome back to Walton, Georgia, where everyone knows your name–but no one knows your secret.

My thoughts:

I enjoyed this book. I have read every book in this series and enjoyed each one. It was nice to get to know Pecca and Maceo in this story and visit with Lane and Charlie again.

I felt the first seventy percent of this book was heavy on romance more than suspense. There were a few tense moments earlier but I not a ton, it wasn’t as much of a page turner for me until that 70% mark and then we were off to the races.

I had a feeling I knew who Juan was from the beginning and I was correct. But there was another big surprise that I didn’t see coming and I thoroughly enjoyed.

I am really hoping Pecca’s sister, Claudia, gets her own book because I really liked meeting her and I have a feeling with her there would never be a dull moment. But I have no idea if that is Natalie’s plans for her next series???

Overall a good read.

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A copy of this book was given to me through Netgalley.com. All opinions are my own. 

 

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