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Tangled Webs (Men of Valor) Library Binding – Large Print, November 1, 2016
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- Publisher : Christian Series Level II (24); Large type / Large print edition (November 1, 2016)
- Language : English
- Library Binding : 500 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1683241703
- ISBN-13 : 978-1683241706
- Item Weight : 1.4 pounds
- Dimensions : 5.8 x 1.3 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,684,353 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Tangled Webs, the third McGregor brother's story, brings the series to a fantastic conclusion. From the first page, the heart-stopping suspense begins and had me instantly liking Finn. He's hiding away in the quiet and idyllic lakeside setting to heal and make decisions about his future. Finn' s a trained soldier, so when he hears a scream in the night, all his protection instincts kick in. His neighbor, Dana Lewis, has returned to her grandfather's cabin in the woods to work and search out answers to her own set of issues. The prologue and first several chapters seem totally unrelated, but Irene Hannon excels at tying seemingly unrelated people and events together. As Finn and Dana try to figure out what threatening secrets are hiding in the lakeside woods, they become friends dependent on each other, and so much more.
The characters are well-drawn and appealing. The magnetic pull between Finn and Dana was palpable, the chemistry intense. The plot is full of danger, action and a fascinating mystery. Tangled Webs is an excellent inspirational romantic suspense, extremely well told. Hannon is at the top of my must buy list of authors. I'm sorry to see this series end, but I'm looking forward to Hannon's next series, Code of Honor.
I appreciate Revell making a copy of Tangled Webs available for review.
Irene Hannon writes stories of suspense, romance and Christian values that can speak to anyone. Being a good person, reaching out to others and just living a life to be proud of honoring your faith in God but not in a preaching way. Anytime I see a new book by her I know I will get a good story.
Finn McGregor, the youngest of the almost mythical McGregor brothers, has had his six-year Army Ranger career ended by a traumatic accident. Recovering from PTSD and attempting to return to his previous physical condition without the interference of his big brothers, Finn has rented an isolated cabin in the woods. Hoping for peace, he is startled to hear a woman screaming and screaming in the night. Instincts kicking into action, he’s out of the cabin and following the scream. Bursting into a neighboring cabin, he startles awake its resident, Dana Lewis, and truly terrifies her.
Dana, recovering from a trauma of her own, is not sure about this new neighbor, but there is electricity other than fear between them. Smitten with the pretty neighbor, Finn offers first to repair the door he broke and then finds other chores to keep him near.
Meanwhile, the sheriff in town has been presented with a huge temptation. Keeping his Alzheimer’s afflicted wife in the best care facility around has bankrupted him. The manager is threatening to evict his wife and the sheriff is at his wit’s end. He and the resident bad boy, a meth cooker, cross paths which weave them together in a tangled fashion. Seems the meth lab is close to Dana’s cabin and he is trying to chase/frighten her away.
What will Finn and Dana do about the disturbing incidents that keep happening around Dana’s cabin? Will the sheriff return to the straight path? What about that electricity? And will the older McGregor brothers be able to stay out of the mix?
Irene Hannon weaves yet another web of suspenseful deceit in Tangled Webs. You will enjoy every thrilling moment as the story moves to an unforeseen climax. Four stars!
Irene Hannon has written more than fifty novels and won many awards. She is a seven-time finalist for and three-time winner of the RITA award from Romance Writers of America and is a member of that organizations Hall of Fame. She’s also won the HOLT Medallion, the Reviewer’s Choice Award from Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine and the Daphne du Maurier Award for mystery/suspense and she is a two-time Christy Award finalist. She and her husband live in Missouri where they enjoy spending time with family, traveling, and discovering new and interesting coffee shops. Learn more about Irene at her website, IreneHannon.com.
Revell Books gifted me with a copy of Tangled Webs and I also purchased a copy. I am under no obligation to write a favorable review.
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If you are doing something wrong with good intentions are your actions still wrong or does your motivation make your actions okay? This is a debate that one of the characters is dealing with. I enjoyed the scenes with this character, following them reasoning out their behaviour. I did not agree with what they were doing but I still felt for them as they tackled this decision.
I was looking forward to getting to know Finn better after meeting him a bit in the previous two books and he turned out to be just the kind of guy that I expected and he was easy to fall for. I also really enjoyed the character of Dana, I loved when she would compare her real life happenings to things that she has read in books through her editing job, this made her more relatable for me as I’ve done the same thing (as I’m sure many readers have). I also really enjoyed getting glimpses of Mac and Lance’s lives now. I am pleased with the way this series ended.