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~READ E-PUB ⚇ Trapped ☳ When Librarian Laura Griffin S Sixteen Year Old Sister Disappears On A Frigid February Day, Leaving Only A Brief Note Behind, Laura Resolves To Do Whatever It Takes To Track Down The Runaway Teen That Includes Recruiting ATF Agent Turned PI James Dev Devlin To Help But The Deeper He Digs, The He Begins To Suspect That Something Sinister Is At Work In The Girl S Disappearance And The Closer He Gets To Uncovering The Truth, The Clearer It Becomes That The Situation Isn T Just Dangerous It S Deadly Chilling And At Times Terrifying, Trapped Is The Latest Thrilling Read From Irene Hannon, The Queen Of Romantic Suspense Hannon Outdoes Herself With This Fast Paced Tale Of Fear, Deception, And Just The Right Dose Of Romance Librarian Laura it s so weird to write that since that used to be the name of my blog will admit adjusting to living with her half sister is harder than expected, but when Darcy runs away, Laura will stop at nothing to get her back Irene Hannon is one of my favorite romantic suspense authors, and this one doesn t disappoint I loved Laura and Dev, and my heart hurt for Darcy, who had lost everyone she loved But, it was the action and the insight into the villain s mind that intrigued me the most There were times I raced through the pages to see what happened next, not realizing I was holding my breath There were twists and turns, and the ride is fantastic Fans of romantic suspense will enjoy this book I m looking forward to book three.I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my review My thoughts are my own. When librarian Laura Griffith s sixteen year old sister disappears on a frigid February day, leaving only a brief note behind, Laura resolves to do whatever it takes to track down the runaway teen That includes recruiting ATF agent turned PI James Dev Devlin to help But the deeper he digs, the he begins to suspect that something sinister is at work in the girl s disappearance And the closer he gets to uncovering the truth, the clearer it becomes that the situation isn t just dangerous it s deadly.Chilling and at times terrifying, Trapped is the latest thrilling read from Irene Hannon, the queen of romantic suspense Hannon outdoes herself with this fast paced tale of fear, deception, and just the right dose of romance.Talk about nail biting I was on the edge of my seat and engaged in the story every chance I got I was like, no no don t do that, don t go there, don t tell him that I was listening to the audio version and several times I had to explain to my husband why I was groaningLOL I agree with other reviews that this was the best book of the three in this series I felt like I was listening to an episode of Criminal Minds The author does a really good job in fleshing out the characters in this book Laura and Darcy are half sisters who have grown up in different environments and are separated by an age gap Laura stays strong throughout the book and Darcy does some growing up and changing, some of it forced upon her by her extreme circumstances The bad guy is a complex mix of good and bad and psychotic and his story is sad Dev and his team are willing to put their lives on the line for their client and go above and beyond to try to find and save Darcy All in all, this is a great book full of nail biting, edge of your seat suspense, a hero who saves the day and a behind the scenes slow romance that you ll be cheering for The author did not disappoint in this second of the Private Justice series Living on the edge of society resides a small segment of scoundrels and villains broken people We know they re there This dreadful tale gave us a bird s eye view of one such person I found myself cringing with anxiety as the storyline began to unfold All scenes were cleverly laid out leaving the reader at all times begging for , yet, at the same time wanting to look away The only time the pages stopped turning was when it was necessary to come up for a breath of fresh air Reading this book was like going for a drive strapped down to an ejection seat fitted with a hairpin trigger it was all too real.In search of Mrs Right, a psychopathic killer lures unsuspecting young women girls to his home His favored victims are runaways and there are always plenty to choose from He preys on the needy and is able to easily gain their confidence It is hoped he s stopped and stopped soon before he murders again. When Laura Griffith s sixteen year old sister disappears one cold, snowy Friday afternoon, leaving only a note behind, Laura is determined to do everything in her power to find Darcy She turns to Private Investigator James Devlin for help Yet time is critical, and with it growing colder by the hour, foul play may be at work Every lead appears to be a dead end Dev and his co workers are soon working against a clock to locate Darcy before something even worse happens Will they be successful I think that this is my favorite book of Irene Hannon s to date Though the villain is known early in the story, the quest to put together all of the clues takes the reader on a fun, thrilling ride I seriously could not read this book at night because I know myself well enough to know I d dwell on it Laura s determination to locate her sister shows in every aspect of her character.I received this book for free from Revell Books for the purpose of reviewing My thoughts and opinions are my own.Recommended to fans of Dee Henderson, Irene Hannon, Dani Pettrey, romantic suspenseRating 5 stars I seriously loved this book Available in September 2013 at your favorite bookstore from Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing House. Sharing my thoughts Besides strong main characters, this book also has multidimensional secondary characters, and I especially enjoyed the camaraderie between the three PI s and Nikki, the office manager I also feel like I got to know Darcy as well as Dev and Laura After Darcy s free spirited mother died, and then her elderly father, Darcy moved in with Laura, who didn t know anything about raising a teen Stifled by Laura s old fashioned rules and feeling responsible for her father s death, Darcy runs away, headed towards Chicago, but a storm grounds her in St Louis Little clips showing Darcy s transformation from obnoxious to grateful as the story unfolded helped me better understood her motivation Even if Laura s intentions were good, rules were for kids If she had stayed, they d keep clashing, just as she and her dad had And look how that had ended At one point in the book not giving away any spoilers here , I felt Laura acted irrationally for the danger she was in, but since she was worried about her sister, I decided to cut her some slack If I d been faced with a similar predicament, I probably would have rushed into the same situation How many times have I made spur of the moment decisions and then regretted them later What a fast paced, chilling thriller made even frightening because it s something that happens in real life We inherently trust people because they look safe or because of their occupation Scary I picked up Trapped one evening while my husband was gone, and at times, my palms were sweating and my heart pounded with fear, but did that stop me from reading Noooo I just had to keep reading because with every page I flipped, the situation was too intense to put the book down While the plot moved along at extreme speed, I felt the romance was a bit on the lean side, only really heating up at the end of the book, but I guess that s to be expected with the amount of action in this one The faith thread was a gentle strand, weaved subtly through the book Trapped is the second book in the Private Justice series, but can be read as a stand alone I just don t recommend reading it alone I m still turning on lights and checking doors Disclosure Sending a big thanks to NetGalley and Revell for providing me with an advance review copy The opinions expressed in this review are my own, and I received no monetary compensation. At first this was a little tough for me I tend to be sensitive and reading about a teenager like my own in a situation that could be from today s headlines was almost too much for me Boy am I glad I persevered What a creepy, suspenseful book Exciting I read at work and shrieked at work and squealed at home reading this book Nice blend of romance too though I admit I was impatient with it at the end when I wanted to get to the action Such a fabulous fabulous suspenseful book Definitely a little creepy, but undeniably good I ll admit in the beginning I had to put the book down in regular intervals, in order to absorb the cruelty of what was about to happen, but once I accepted where the story was headed I could not put it down If you are an Irene Hannon fan, this book is a keeper This one s a solid four stars for me It s suspenseful for sure, with such a creepy perp that I had to keep laying the book aside just to be able to digest his villainy And at the end I was so engaged in the story that I couldn t lay it aside, so I ll be going for some light reading next I still like the third book best, but every book in this series has been great. Really good book to listen too