Published by Fleming H. Revell Company on April 4th 2017
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About this Book
Nikki Boyd's flight into Nashville was routine--up until the crash landing at the airport. When the dust settles, Nikki discovers that the woman who had been seated next to her on the plane is missing--and no one will admit she was ever there. Erika Hamilton had been flying to Nashville with an air marshal as a key witness in an upcoming grand jury trial. When she flees from the crash, is she running from trouble or straight into it? Before Nikki can even see her family, she and her team are pulled into a missing persons case where the motives are as unclear as the suspects.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Pursued by Lisa Harris was one I did not want to put down! The chapters kept ending and urging me to read the next chapter. There was a lot of suspense with a hint of romance, which I enjoyed.
This is the first book I have read by this author, and it happens to be book three in this series. I initially thought it was the last one, but it turns out there is going to be another one coming out, which I’m really excited about!
I really picked up this book because of the book description and that it was based in Nashville. I’ve wanted to go to Nashville for a long time and have yet to visit there. I was also in the mood for a suspense book, which this delivered on for sure!
While this is the third book in the series, I did not have any trouble figuring out what was going on. There were references to what I assume happened in the other books, but there was enough explanation that it made sense. I also don’t think the explanation would be boring to someone who has read the other books. I felt the author did a nice job with this.
There were a lot of people who got killed in this book. At times it felt like a lot, but it did increase my adrenaline as I read the book and increased the stakes for Nikki.
I was glad that the romance was most subtle, yet moved forward. Many times in these types of books I feel like the romance can get in the way of the story, but it did not do that here.
The entire book takes place over a very short time span. I liked how the author gave the time and location at the start of the chapters. I found this to add to the detective aspect of the book. I also liked that the times weren’t all even numbers, which made the chapter setup more believable.
I was hooked on this story from the opening chapter. I did want the first few chapters to get moving because I wanted to find out about Erika, so it felt like it was moving a tad slow, but I think that was my impatience and the author doing a great job of making me yearn for answers.
I’m really glad I read this book. It was a quick read and one I didn’t want to put down. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series and hopefully finding out more about Nikki’s sister.