Thursday, June 19, 2014

Visible Threat Book Review

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About the Book

Officer Brinna Caruso wants perfection--perfect justice and a perfect world. She wants to save and protect all the innocents in the world, no matter the cost.Orphaned and struggling to get by, Ivana and her sister left Bulgaria for America with dreams of a better life. But since they arrived in Long Beach, everything they were promised has turned out to be a lie.After a dead girl is found in the river with a mysterious tattoo on her hip, homicide detective Jack O'Reilly asks for Brinna's help. Unaware of the depths of evil that will be uncovered, Brinna finds herself flung into a dangerous frontier--an organized human trafficking ring. (Goodreads)



My Review

I actually liked this book better than the first book in the series. This, being book two, has the same lead character Brinna. I followed her on this book in finding young women who have been imported into a type of slave trade, mainly pleasing men. After a dead body is found a few different stories come together to track down the man behind the scenes. This book is a lot like a few books I've read, the girls, they have tattoos, they have no idea what they are getting into. This book took a different twist when it included a woman who was behind the scenes and wanted to change her situation.
This book is pretty suspenseful, while a bit predictable. I still liked plot line and Brinna is a fun character to read about and I hope to read more about her.

Four Stars.






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