Double Take (Silver Cascade Suspense)

Double Take (Silver Cascade Suspense)

by Rachelle J. Christensen

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When Mandy’s car is stolen with her two young daughters inside, the police think it’s a car-jacking gone wrong, but she can’t forget the determined look in the man’s eyes as he drove away. Mandy and her husband, Nick, are on the verge of divorce and the kidnapping is a wake-up call. All of their differences and problems can’t stand in the way of a parent’s love. In order to find their children, they’ll have to forgive each other and learn to work together. But they don’t have years or even months to make this happen . . . according to the kidnapper, time is running out.  

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154252390
Publisher: Peachwood Press
Publication date: 08/23/2016
Series: Silver Cascade Suspense
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 496,695
File size: 1 MB

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Double Take 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
KB67 3 months ago
**Double Take (Silver Cascade Suspense Book 2} by by Rachelle J. Christensen , Cami Checketts 5 stars I purchased a copy of the novella Double Take (Silver Cascade Suspense Book 2} by Rachelle J. Christensen and Cami Checketts and this review was given freely. An ironic and suspenseful story. Detective Sloane and Officer Platt help Mandy and her financially irresponsible spouse Nick find their daughters who were kidnapped days after Nick was named the recipient of his uncle's 25 million dollar estate.
AE2 More than 1 year ago
Mandy is having a rough day as it is--separated from her husband and dealing with a fussy toddler and a teething infant in the middle of Wal-mart--but when her car is stolen with her two kids inside, things go from bad to worst in seconds. As Mandy works with the local police and her estranged husband Nick to try to figure out who took their kids and why, things take a strange twist--it appears their kids were specifically targeted but given that Mandy and her husband have less than $1000 in savings, they have no idea what the kidnapper is after. This story had an interesting twist; I wasn't expecting the reason this particular family was targeted. I thought the author did a good job including realistic details--like Mandy having not eaten but not being able to stand the thought of eating and her needing to be able to do something with her hands while she's waiting for news. I really liked seeing how Nick and Mandy came together (I wouldn't have minded seeing a little more of their relationship!) This is a quick read, so snag it if you've gotten 45 minutes or so and want a suspenseful story to read. I received a free copy of the ebook in exchange for an honest review.