Monday, February 9, 2015

Hidden Agenda by Lisa Harris (Review)

  • Series: Southern Crimes (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Revell (January 6, 2015)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0800721923

Michael Hunt is alive--and on the run. Presumed dead by friends and family, the undercover assignment he's been working for the past eight months has just been blown. With a hit out on his life and corruption inside the Atlanta police department, Michael finds himself hunted by both the cartel and the law. His only hope is the daughter of the man who wants him dead.

This nonstop chase from taut suspense writer Lisa Harris will leave readers breathless as they race to connect the dots before it's too late.

My Review:

I enjoyed reading this last book in the Southern Crimes series by Lisa Harris. I definitely recommend reading this series in order as the mystery develops through all of them. The characters and plot were interesting and well developed. It held my attention from the beginning and I could not wait to find out what happened next. My only issue was with the romance between Michael and Olivia, the daughter of the drug cartel leader. I felt like it was a little unbelievable and things developed really fast between them. The ending also worked out a little too easy and perfect but still satisfying wrapping up the loose ends. Overall this was a good Christian romantic suspense book. 

Lisa Harris is a Christy Award winner and the winner of the Best Inspirational Suspense Novel for 2011 from Romantic Times. The author of more than twenty books, including Dangerous Passage and Fatal Exchange, Harris and her family have spent over ten years living as missionaries in Mozambique, where she leads a women's group and runs a nonprofit organization that works alongside their church-planting ministry. Visit for more.

Review copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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