Dangerous Amish Showdown was action-packed from beginning to end. It was hard to imagine how these characters were going to make it out of this situation alive. It seemed for most of the book that they just could not catch a break. As soon as they made a plan to try to get to help, they encountered the enemy. In the face of these odds, Willa and Mason did all that they could to protect Samantha from bad guys who just kept coming!
I liked that Willa and Mason were drawn to each other after so many years apart. I enjoyed that they both realized how much they still cared for each other. Yet, there were some potential obstacles to a life together that they had to work through.
Mason’s brothers have been featured in other Amish suspense books written by this author and I liked that the author brought Mason home in this one. But don’t worry, this book is definitely able to be read as a stand alone novel.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
Also, in case you are interested in reading my reviews of the books that feature Mason Shetler’s brothers, you can read them here:
You can read Aaron Shetler’s story in Covert Amish Christmas.
You can read Eli Shetler’s story in Shielding the Amish Witness.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Under siege in Amish country…
She must fight for their lives.
Gunshots shatter Willa Lambright’s placid Montana evening—and that’s before she discovers on-the-run lawman Mason Shetler on her doorstep. Willa hadn’t glimpsed her childhood friend since he’d turned his back on Amish country years before. Now the US marshal’s returned with an injured partner, a young witness he must protect at all costs…and vicious Mafia agents dead set on making sure none of them survive.
From Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mary Alford grew up in a small Texas town famous for, well not much of anything really. Being the baby of the family and quite a bit younger than her two brothers and her sister, Mary had plenty of time to entertain herself. Making up stories seemed to come naturally to her.
As a teen, Mary discovered Phyllis Whitney and Victoria Holt and knew instinctively that was what she wanted to do with her over-active imagination.