Abducted (Pacific Coast Private Eyes,#3) by Dana Mentink (review by Cathy)


About the book:

When the high school sweetheart she never expected to see again bursts through the door of her medical mission clinic, nurse Sarah Gallagher can’t hold back her shock. But Dominic Jett isn’t there to catch up. He’s trying to save a life, and the thugs on his tail will stop at nothing to catch him.

Now abducted and imprisoned on a remote island, Sarah and Jett become pawns in a tug-of-war between a powerful drug lord and a devious madman. And their only chance for survival is working together to find the valuable painting the dangerous men are searching for. But with someone trying to kill them at every turn, can they locate it in time to keep their reunion from turning fatal?


My review:

I just must say that I had some heart racing moments while reading this book!   As a fan of the Pacific Coast Private Eyes series, I knew this book would be thrilling, but Dana Mentink kicked it up a couple of notches in this one.   It’s nice when high school sweethearts are reunited, but when Jett and Sarah are reunited, it’s not the best of circumstances!

From the minute Jett bursts through the clinic the action begins.  Sarah wasn’t expecting to see him in her clinic and she certainly wasn’t expecting what happens next.  Things are about to get tense and you won’t want to put this book down. Strong characters and a fantastic storyline made this an awesome read.  If you’ve read the first two books in this series, you’ll love this one.  If you haven’t read them, I think you’ll love them!

I received a complimentary copy from the author and have given my honest opinion.





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