The author sent me a copy of this book (pdf format) in exchange for an honest review.
My rating: 4.2 of 5 stars
Avery Yakushev, an illegal arms dealer, is being tracked by rival dealer Atticus Devetzi, who also happens to be a detective at the local police department. When Devetzi decides Avery is a threat to him, Devetzi uses his position as a police officer to cause Avery more trouble than he can deal with.
Now, with Avery’s new love interest, Shannon, also in danger and the threat of a dirty cop looming over him, Avery must do anything it takes just to survive.
Genre(s): Romantic Suspense, Short Story
Series: The Gun Runner, #2
Length: 34 pages (print version)
Release date: 2015-06-11
“It’s fine.” Her gaze shifts toward the horizon. “It is nice here. It reminds me of how to enjoy beaches at their most natural state.”
I nod, but I can’t concentrate on the changing shades of blue between the sky and the ocean. All I see is Devetzi’s face.
Trigger Point is a worthy sequel to Major Threat. Once again, Avery Yakushev and Shannon Holmes take turns in tell us about what they feel and how they classify the events. It is a pretty fast paced read with a pleasant flow.
With Trigger Point, Charlotte Raine has created the intriguing second part of The Gun Runner trilogy. Trigger Point is also well balanced; the reader gets a little closer to Avery and Shannon. The author increased the thrill, making me want to immediately proceed with the third instalment. I was drawn into the story right away, an invisible and close acquaintance. Trigger Point is a good read for romantic suspense fans, who like to read short stories with a slow and steady increase of thrill.
This is a very pleasant read, the second part of The Gun Runner trilogy. Recommended!
|Sexual content||No sexual content|
|POV||First person (alternating)|
About the author
When she is not writing you will find her after a long day of skiing at one of the many lodges in Vail. She will most likely be next to a warm fire, drinking a glass of wine and telling stories.
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