(Men of Valor, Book 5)
Love Inspired Suspense
December 2016/224 pages/$5.99
PROTECTING HIS FAMILY
Just in time for the holidays, navy SEAL Zach McCloud returns home from deployment—and discovers someone wants his family dead. When he married his cousin’s struggling widow, he vowed to help her and her seriously ill son, and now he’ll risk everything to protect them. Even if their arrangement is only temporary. Kristi’s certain an unhappy client from the law firm where she works is determined to hunt her down. But when a sniper bullet wildly misses its target, they begin to question whether it’s really her someone wants dead. Working together, can they figure out why they’ve been attacked…and keep little Cody from the nefarious forces dead set on making this Christmas their last?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Liz is a graduate of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, where she earned a degree in public relations.
Now a resident of Nashville, she enjoys exploring local music, theater, and history of Middle Tennesee. She also takes every chance she can to visit Arizona to dote on her nieces and nephews. She writes stories filled with heart, humor, and happily ever afters. Visit her website.
I love Liz Johnson's books! This one is a heart-stopping read in more ways than one! My mistake was tucking this in my purse and reading it while waiting for an appointment; it was perhaps the first time I was unhappy to hear my name called because I had to stop reading mid-scene! Zach, Kristi, and Cody immediately wrapped themselves around my heart. Of course, as a nurse, I loved the medical angle of the story. Johnson packs a lot into this small volume: pulse-pounding danger, raw grief, fierce protectiveness, and tender love, weaving it all together in a gasp-inducing story that kept me turning pages as fast as I could. Perfect as a stocking stuffer or a gift for your own enjoyment, Hazardous Holiday is a must-read!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received an advanced digital copy of this book free from Love Inspired Suspense and Liz Johnson. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
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