He’ll do anything to save his niece…
In this The Baby Protectors novel
When her sister’s murdered, navy man Ryan McConnell insists on protecting Shelby Adair and their niece—especially after someone tries to kidnap little Chloe. But can Shelby trust the child’s uncle? After all, she’s convinced his family’s behind the attacks. But the longer Ryan shields them, the more Shelby wonders if becoming a forever family is their only shot at survival.
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Carol J Post’s Dangerous Relations
Mayhem, murder, drive by shooting,
attempted kidnapping, threatening
notes, arson, suspense and intrigue
combine together for an edge of the
Who murdered Shelby’s sister? Who is
try to kill Shelby? Who wants to kidnap
Shelby Adair moved North Bend to live
with her Aunt when she was dying She
helped her run her diner. When her Aunt
died, Shelby inherited the diner and
apartment above it.
Shelby travels to have dinner with her
sister, Mia and Mia’s baby daughter,
Chloe. But when she arrives at Mia’s,
the police and Medical Examiner are
there. Her sister is dead. Mia has had
her throat slashed.
The baby’s nanny, Addy is holding the baby.
Then a man, Ryan McConnell who is in the
Navy and the brother of the Chloe’s father
arrives on the scene. Chloe knows him as
he visits her regularly since his brother has
refused to have anything to do with the child
plus the brother has been incarcerated.
They all want to take Chloe with them. Shelby
manages to have Chloe and Addy go home to
stay with her.
Captivating writing with vivid description, thrills
and chills with makes this a good book to read.
The main characters are problem solving type
people. They are well developed characters
sharing undeniable chemistry. Both have
experienced bad family relationships. They find
themselves involved in an unpredictable plot.
There is a blooming romance plus inspirational
moments throughout the story.
A Highly Recommended Christian Suspense Mystery.
I volunteered to read Dangerous Relations. Thanks
to the author for the opportunity. My opinion is
voluntary and my own.