Border Danger

Border Danger

by Alice Wootson


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ISBN-13: 9781515161257
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/11/2015
Pages: 260
Sales rank: 836,168
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Border Danger 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
NNLight More than 1 year ago
Nita Johnson is training to become a border agent. To say the agent training is gruelling is an understatement. But she’s determined to make it through and she’ll drag her body behind her if needs be. Halfway through, a new trainer is assigned to her group, Agent Craig Sawyer. He pushes the trainees harder and harder, knowing what awaits them in the field. One trainee catches his interest, Nita. She has courage and something else he can’t put his finger on. He’s attracted to her but knows he can’t act on his feelings. Nita graduates and finds herself assigned to work on a special assignment with Agent Craig, the man who’s occupied her thoughts non-stop. Now they’re partners out in the field and neither of them can deny their feelings for each other. Can they work together without letting their relationship get in the way or will their love put their lives in jeopardy? This is my first book by Alice Wootson and I loved it. She gives such detail about the border agent lifestyle, training and covert operations that I felt a part of the border patrol. The romance that blossoms between Craig and Nita is gradual yet real. The plot moved quickly and I loved the fact that I didn’t know who the bad guys were but still got a glimpse into their plan. Told in multiple POV’s yet the transitions were seamless. If you like romantic suspense like me, you will love Border Danger. The suspense was kicked up a few notches, front and center, while the romance was in the background. I can’t wait to read Alice’s next book. Favorite Character: Nita. I really liked her as a character because she’s a tough woman whose faith is just as fierce as her determination to be a border agent. No matter the obstacle, she finds the strength within to overcome. As a reader, I loved the inner dialogue in Nita’s mind. She’s instantly attracted to Agent Craig Sawyer and she’s not sure why. He’s her drill sergeant in agent training and pushes her hard. The more she’s around him, the more she prays to God for guidance. A well-rounded character and I was rooting for her throughout the whole book. Favorite Quote: “She looked deeper into his eyes and got lost. She saw promise but also regret. Nita knew her eyes held the same. Still, somewhere deep within her was a desperate wish for the regret to go away to make room for hope. She stood in place as if waiting for somebody to show her the solution. Lord, help me.” My Rating: 5 stars
VPCaine More than 1 year ago
Nita Johnson is training to become an agent with the Border Patrol. A new trainer, Craig Sawyer, comes and in he’s especially hard on the recruits. When Nita takes him down in an exercise, they both feel magic spark between them. Nita hopes Craig is in God’s plan for her, but there’s nothing they can do until she’s through probation. She sees him occasionally when he’s assigned to her region, and she tries hard to avoid his magnetic pull. Once she’s a full-fledged agent, to her surprise they’re assigned on a project together. They patrol a suspected entryway from the Mexican border for illegals. When one of them is caught, Nita notices a peculiar accent which opens up a more dangerous assignment for the two agents. Nita’s pesky neighbor, Bonnie, asks too many questions until Nita and Craig wonder if she’s also part of the problem. Nita’s faith keeps her strong and when her life is in danger, Craig calls out to the God he’s forgotten. Ms. Wootson brings a well written suspense novel with an unusual subject. The sights, scenes, and sounds of Mexico and the border area crossing are brought to life with her well defined prose