Heidi Glick – Dog Tags

From the Back Cover:

DogTags_h11265_300 (2)When disabled ex-Marine Mark Graham reconnects with his best friend’s sister, he finds himself falling in love. But Beth Martindale’s presence is a constant reminder of events he’d rather forget. Mark wants to move forward, but the secrets surrounding her brother’s death as well as his own confinement to a wheelchair threaten to tear them apart.

When a psychopath who calls himself The Knight fixates on Beth, Mark is determined to give her the protection he failed to give her brother on the battlefield, yet he discovers that a wheelchair isn’t the only impediment he has to keeping Beth safe.

Will terror win or can Mark find the strength of mind and body to rescue Beth and find his own redemption?

Amanda’s Review

So, here I was thinking I’d figured out who the bad guy was within the first few chapters. But then, further on, I was not so sure. And I was completely wrong of course – led up the garden path so to speak – which is a good thing I guess, when it comes to this genre. All this to say that I really enjoyed this Romantic Suspense from Heidi Glick. It kept me guessing till almost the end, and needless to say therefore, kept me up turning pages.

But it wasn’t just the suspense that caught my interest. I’m a sucker for romance and the tension between Beth and Mark also had me hooked. I loved that the male lead was in a wheelchair – something you don’t see every day – and that he still managed to be the hero in spite of it.

This novel also reminds us to trust God with our future as well as our present and even our past, but without being preachy. It flowed naturally as part of the characters’ lives as they worked through their struggles.

All in all a very satisfying read. Recommended to those who enjoy romantic suspense.

Thanks to the author for a free review copy.

About the Author:

PictureheidiHeidi Glick has a B.A. in biology, a minor in Bible from Cedarville University, and a passion for writing Christian fiction. She has over seven years of technical editing experience, a certificate in technical writing from Cal State University, Dominguez Hills, and is working towards her Master of English at Utah State University. Additionally, she is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and has written two articles for Intercom. When not working, Heidi spends time with her husband, son, and two dogs, Cocoa and Sparky. She attends Grace Chapel in Mason, Ohio.

You can find out more about Heidi at http://www.heidiglickbooks.com

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