4 star review – Kidnapped Hearts

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Kidnapped hearts
by Cait Jarrod
Genre – Romance adventure
Length – Novel
TBR Reviewer – Daniella
Rating: 4 Stars – Recommended Read.
Heat: 2/5 – Flirty

Pamela Young is very content with her small town life, where she has all her good friends and runs her own cafe business. One day her life is turned upside down, when she starts getting threats about returning stolen bearer bonds that she is not aware of having in her possession. FBI agent Jake Gibson returns to his hometown after having been in hiding for several years after an undercover operation gone wrong. He is handed Pamela´s cases and Jake quickly realizes that he will do anything to protect Pamela, even put his life in jeopardy along with his heart.

This is certainly high octane action from start to end. The author has a very pleasant way of writing and the story flows very nicely. The author has managed to weave in many twists and turns in the plot.
Although the characters are well developed, their backgrounds are almost too complex, with details that leaves the reader wondering about them, as they never really matter for the story. Although Pamela and Jake are a lovely couple, you never get that nice sizzling build-up of their relationship as they are thrown from one bone-breaking situation to the next.

I enjoyed the book and would love to read about the other people in Pamela and Jake´s group of friends.

Give away: Ms. Jarrod is giving away an Ecopy of her book. The TBR Pile is giving away an Ebook from our Prize List. To ENTER: Comment here – TBR Pile – if you’ve read a book by Cait Jarrod and why you want to read Kidnapped Hearts!

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