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Tuesday, May 7, 2024

My Thoughts - SECONDARY TARGET by Angela Carlisle


Secondary Target by Angela Carlisle


by Angela Carlisle

May 6-17, 2024 Virtual Book Tour


A ruthless murderer. A deadly secret. An unbreakable love.

After the brutal murder of her mother and brother twelve years ago, Corina Roberts built a new life in Kentucky. But when strange things begin to happen, she is thrust into a perilous game of life and death. With nowhere else to turn, her best hope of survival depends on her ex-boyfriend, army veteran Bryce Jessup.

Recently returned from service, Bryce has every intention of staying away from Corina, but when threats close in around her, he isn't willing to leave her safety to chance. As their search for answers uncovers lethal secrets her detective father kept hidden, Bryce and Corina must untangle the mystery of the merciless killer intent on terrorizing and eliminating Corina's family before it's too late.

Book Details:

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Published by: Bethany House Publishers
Publication Date: May 7, 2024
Number of Pages: 336
ISBN: 9780764242502 (ISBN10: 0764242504)
Series: The Secrets of Kincaid, Book 1 
Book Links: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | | Goodreads | Baker Book House


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Author Bio:

Angela Carlisle

Angela Carlisle ( resides in the hills of northern Kentucky and is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and The Christian PEN. Angela is an editor by day and prefers to spend her free time reading, baking, and drinking ridiculous quantities of hot tea. Her unpublished works have won awards in ACFW's Genesis and First Impressions contests and placed in the Daphne du Maurier contest. Her shorter fiction works, including the prize-winning flash-fiction piece "Mansion Murderer," have appeared in Splickety and Spark magazines.

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SECONDARY TARGET by Angela Carlisle is the first book in The Secrets of Kincaid series. In this series we meet Corina. She has not had a smooth life. She lost her mother and 7 year old brother to a brutal murder. She also was involved in a car accident that left her injured and her  ex boyfriends younger brother dead. She has built a new life for herself in Kentucky. Life is peaceful. 

Until she starts to receive threats. Suddenly she finds her ex boyfriend, Bryce back in her life. He has just returned home from the military. The last thing he wants to do is see Corina. They both carry hurt and baggage from their past around with them. 

Together they start to find out that Corona's father has some deep dark secrets. She starts to wonder about her mother and brother's cold case. Her dad becomes more and more secretive and it becomes clear that Corina is now a target. Can they figure out who is behind this before it's too late? 

The author has crafted  a well written suspense filled story. The plot moves at a comfortable pace, and you will find yourself turning pages quickly to find out what happens next. The characters are realistic. This book will draw you in within the first few pages. This is a MUST READ debut novel. 

Thank you to the author, publisher and Partners in Crime Book Tours for allowing me to read a copy of this book. All thoughts are my own. 




This is a giveaway hosted by Partners in Crime Tours for Angela Carlisle and Bethany House Publishers. See the widget for entry terms and conditions. Void where prohibited.

The giveaway is for:   One winner will receive a paperback book of Secondary Target by Angela Carlisle plus a $15 Amazon gift card (US addresses only)

1 comment:

  1. Great review!
    UGH! I couldn't fit this one into my schedule and now I am regretting that! I will have to add it to my TBR list!