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Thursday, April 7, 2022

Book Review - Canyon Survival by Connie Queen



Ambushed in the canyon

with no memory of why…

Waking on a cliffside with bullets firing and two unknown children at her side, Annie Tillman knows she must run—even if she doesn’t know why. Dashing to the nearest ranch leads her to former FBI agent Riggs Brenner, who just might be their best chance of surviving in the canyon. But can Annie overcome her amnesia and uncover the reason why they’re being chased?


Connie Queen married her high-school sweetheart. Together they’ve raised eight children and are enjoying their grandchildren. As a child, Connie remembers her mom and sisters reading, but she preferred to be outside. It wasn't until later, she found the joy of being whisked away into another world. Today she resides in Texas with her husband, and Murphy, her Great Dane, where she’s working on her next suspense. 

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Canyon Survival is a Love Inspired Suspense Book that is written by Connie Queen. This book has all the action and does not take much time in between to let your heart beat normally again. When a woman wakes up on the side of a ledge with two children she does not know who they are and someone shooting at you she has no memory of anything. While she is not sure how she got the children, the overwhelming urge to protect them is strong. She meets Riggs while she is trying to escape gun fire. Riggs does not immediately believe her story 100% of the amnesia, but agrees to help her and the children. 

Slowly we start to learn this woman's story. Who is chasing her, who the children are and what secrets she tries to keep buried deep inside. Riggs has his own secrets, his wife and child were killed in a house explosion which he blames himself for. I enjoyed watching the two of them unravel the woman's identity and if the children are part of a child trafficking ring. 

Non Stop action, danger, suspense, romance, and so much more! Well written characters, suspenseful storyline, and an enjoyable Spring read. I received a copy of this book through JustRead Publicity Tours, all thoughts are my own. 

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