Wednesday, 7 February 2018

The Baby Assignment by Christy Barritt

Series: Baby Protectors # 1
Genre: Mystery/Suspense
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
Released: Jan. 2, 2018
224 pages
About the Book:
Tasked with figuring out who left a baby girl at the Houston FBI office, Special Agent Tanner Wilson has only one hint—his ex-girlfriend’s name written on a scrap of paper. But child psychologist Macy Mills doesn’t recognize little Addie, and someone’s dead set on abducting her…even if it costs Tanner’s and Macy’s lives. And with Addie and Macy as targets, Tanner’s new mission is to protect them both—at the risk of his own life and heart. Macy will do anything to help him find who’s after Addie, and make amends for her past mistakes. But for their reunion to become a second chance at love, they must find a way to survive the danger threatening to tear them apart.
 
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My Rating & Thoughts:    🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟    (4 stars)

The hero and heroine were once engaged, but things ended badly and they haven’t spoken in five years, but this case has throws them together when Macy’s name connects her to the baby that was dropped off at the FBI office. Tanner is tasked with the duty of figuring out what Macy knows. But Macy can’t figure out how she is connected. The action begins almost from the first page and doesn’t let go until almost the end. Just when I thought it had calmed down a bit for the characters to catch their breath, something else happens keeping them on high alert. Will they catch a break and be able to figure out who is after them? Who can they really trust?
 
I really loved these characters. Macy was a nurturer and it was no surprise how quickly she connected with the baby. Tanner was the typical FBI hero readers expect, out to catch the bad guys while protecting those in his care. I really enjoyed the reconnecting of these two past loves and that they finally addressed what happened between them five years ago. I had an inkling of who one of the bad guys was going to be but couldn’t figure out how everything connected together. Ms. Barritt did a wonderful job of tying everything together and keeping the reader on their toes.


(I received this book free from the Ms. Barritt; opinions expressed in this review
are my honest opinion and completely my own.)

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