by USA Today Bestselling Author Margaret Daley
Revenge. Sabotage. Second Chances. Widow Rebecca Howard runs a successful store chain that is being targeted during the holiday season. Detective Alex Kincaid, best friends with Rebecca's twin brother, is investigating the hacking of the store's computer system. When the attacks become personal, Alex must find the assailant before Rebecca, the woman he's falling in love with, is murdered.
|Series:||Strong Women, Extraordinary Situations , #8|
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Deadly Night, Silent Night was quite the interesting novella. The main characters, Rebecca and Alex, had a history of friendship. I really thought the romantic tension that built between these two characters was very nicely done. Alex had loved Rebecca for years, yet she had married another man. That made for a great situation right there! As their friendship began to move toward love throughout the story, the romance was sweet yet full of strong emotions. There was a great suspense thread in this novella. I kept trying to figure out who was behind everything that was going on and the author was able to completely surprise me! Now, there were times that Rebecca seemed to not realize the potential danger she was in, but that just made that possible danger feel a little bit more urgent. I enjoyed this exciting story.
There's nothing like a suspense that revolves around the holidays! A huge snowstorm, an electrical blackout, computers down, being stuck in an elevator - even some rats in a crowded store! Ah, nothing says "Happy Holidays" like "Deadly Night, Silent Night"!!! This is another great book with a strong woman character! Someone is out to destroy Rebecca's successful Alaska outdoor & recreational store and for the life of her, she has no idea who it could be. Her childhood friend, Alex, is a cop, and he's going to stick close to her to find out who this person is because the threats keep escalating and soon they aren't just against the store but focus on Rebecca. He's not going to let anything happen to her on his watch. I really like the non-stop action in this book. You never knew what was going to happen next! It's a fast read and well worth it!
Deadly Night, Silent Night ( Strong Women Extraordinary Situations Book 8 ) By; Margaret Daley Deadly Night , Silent Night is book eight is Strong Women extraordinary Situations series. If you love action and suspense you will love Deadly Night , Silent Night by Margaret Daley. She does not disappoint. She will draw you in right at the start and not let go till the end. You can read this book as a stand-a-lone without any problems. Her characters are so real like that you feel like you are right there with them. Rebecca is a very strong women . Someone is sabotaging her Alaska Outdoor and Recreational store. There are rats running around and scaring people, bombs, and power off. Rebecca is caught in an elevator . Her childhood friend Alex is a cop and he is there to help and protect Rebecca. She does not want to be held up somewhere , she wants to protect her store and find out who is doing this to her. Why ,and who would do this to her ? She is a very brave woman , but you can only take so much. Is someone after to destroy her store or are they after Rebecca? I was given a commentary copy of this book , but was not told that i had to give a positive review.
The heroine of this book talks freely about her reliance upon God to overcome her fears. It is a big part of why I read Christian fiction. I enjoy reading stories of faith overcoming whatever the lead characters face. The majority of secular books miss that element but it makes books more enjoyable for me. However, the story has a lot of suspense, action, and romance working with the faith element. Rebecca Howard is striving with all she has in her to make sure the company her father started continues to grow on the course he had charted for it before his death and she took over running the company. But suddenly it seems everything is going wrong as they approach their twenty-fifth anniversary of the first store opening. The computers crash, credit records are hacked, power to the building is lost, a transformer is destroyed, gunshots are fired into the front window, and things just keep happening. Ultimately, things get real hairy as it seems the attacks become much more personal. Alex, who has been a friend of Rebecca and her twin brother since childhood, is the detective assigned to the case. He plays a vital role in the story, practically becoming a personal bodyguard for Rebecca. I recommend the book for anyone who enjoys a good faith-based story with suspense and romance. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.