Critical Pursuit

I have previously read the Pacific Coast Justice series by Janice Cantore and loved it, so when I saw that she was releasing a new series, I was thrilled and couldn't wait to read the first book. It didn't disappoint - she has outdone herself compared to her first series. Critical Pursuit follows Long Beach police officer Brinna Caruso, former child kidnap victim. Now grown and in law enforcement, it's her life's mission to rescue kidnapped children and get pedophiles off the streets with her scent dog, Hero. She is obsessed with her work and enjoys the solitude of working with her faithful dog. Being involved in a shooting with a suspect forces her to temporarily sideline Hero and work with a human partner, Jack O'Reilly. Jack is still reeling from losing his wife and unborn child to a drunk driver. Together the two of them work together to catch a predator. I was so excited to receive this book that I opened it up and started reading it as soon as it arrived. I couldn't put it down and finished it in 24 hours. Like I said, I enjoyed the Pacific Coast Justice series, but Cantore has done even better with the Brinna Caruso series. I think the experience of writing her first series has improved her writing and made her an even better author. This book was a true page turner and had the perfect blend of suspense and intrigue. There wasn't any romance in this book, but there is the hint of a possible future romance between Jack and Brinna. I cannot wait to read the second book in this series and see where she takes the story next. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Christian fiction. You won't be disappointed. I received a copy of this book from Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


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