By Kelly Bridgewater
Christian Macleod was pulled into a life of crime at a young
age by his con artist parents. Now making amends for his corrupt past, he has
become one of the country's foremost security experts. When a string of
Southwestern art heists captures the FBI's attention, Christian is paired up
with a gifted insurance investigator who has her own checkered past.
Andi Forster was a brilliant FBI forensic analyst until one of her colleagues destroyed her career, blaming her for mishandling evidence. She now puts those skills to work investigating insurance fraud, and this latest high-stakes case will test her gift to the limit. Drawn deep into a dangerous game with an opponent bent on revenge, Christian and Andi are in a race against the clock to catch him, but the perpetrator's game is far from finished, and one wrong move could be the death of them both.
Bestselling and award-winning author Dani Pettrey is back with a thrilling new series that will keep you up all night as you race toward the explosive finish.
Wrong Move by Dani Pettrey traces an art heist from one
side of the American country to the other side of the country. The heroine and
the hero are both similar because they want to move forward from a huge mistake
in their pasts. The truth from their pasts do make them stronger as they
evaluate the mystery element and have to learn to work together to help solve
the case. Of course, as the mystery ups its game, Andi and Christian must learn
to trust each other with the reality of their pasts and learn if they can move
forward with the truth. As the clock clicks closer to the climactic ending,
Pettrey does a okay job at tightening the noose around the character's necks.
The mystery element is not that original, yet predictable. Overall, One Wrong Move by Dani Pettrey does
check off all the boxes for a romantic suspense, but I personally, wanted more
suspense than the romance.
I received a complimentary copy of One Wrong Move by Dani Pettrey from
Bethany House Publishers, but the opinions stated are all my own.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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