By: Clare Revell
Reviewed by: Bonita L. Ledzius Radiant Lit
Reviewed on: March 27, 2012
Publisher… White Rose Publishing…2011
Private Investigator, Freddie Flynn, is at the top of her game, hoping to become a partner in the P.I. firm, only to find that her past with the new Vice President, Jason Bryant, might put those plans in jeopardy. It was hard enough for her to forgive him for the past much less have to work with him. But when they are thrown together as a team, Freddie finds out that there is even more to the partnership, and that she has to trust Jason to save not only the case she is secretly working on, but ultimately her own life.
Jason Bryant has just returned from working as a pilot on the mission field, to take a job with his family’s friend that Jason grew up calling Uncle Eddie, in a P.I. firm. Having accepted a job as Vice President of the company, Jason kept himself busy working with different private investigators, testing their abilities and loyalty to the company. Having gained a notorious reputation for firing people, Jason was not prepared for his next assignment, nor the partner he would have to work with. They had a past, and the hurt from that past was evident in both of their reactions to working together. Jason would have to learn to trust Freddie once again, for both their sakes. How could he ever forgive her for the kiss he saw? Had he really been responsible for her turning away from God? Was Uncle Eddie right, that Freddie was not to be trusted? What is this case that Freddie is secretly working on and why is Uncle Eddie so adamant about stopping her from working on it? Finally, could he help turn her back to Jesus Christ, and win her love back?
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