Sunday, April 20, 2014

Wrongly Accused by Laura Scott

Book Description:


Only one thing matters to Caleb O'Malley: his daughter. Framed for his wife's murder, Caleb's only wish is to see his little girl. But Noelle Whitman, his daughter's foster mother, isn't buying his plea of innocence until bullets start flying and they're running for their lives. Staying one step ahead of the real killer proves nearly impossible, but former SWAT cop Caleb will risk everything to keep them safe. Because now there is nothing more important than Noelle and his daughter—not his freedom, not even his life. 

SWAT: Top Cops—Love in the line of duty

My Thoughts:
This was a good suspense/romance book.  Caleb is finally getting out of jail and getting his daughter back.  Picking up his daughter turned out to not be the happy reunion he was hoping for.  Someone was trying to kill him and he runs with his daughter and her foster mother, Noelle, in tow.  The killer chases them and Caleb must figure out who framed him for his wife's murder and keep them from killing him and the two innocents with him.
I really liked Caleb.  He was such a stand up guy that I really hated that everyone turned on him like the did when he was accused of murdering his wife!  I understood Noelle's reaction to him and her 'warming up' time was realistic.  I did like how she defended him and trusted in God to take care of her and those with her.  The story line was good and flowed well.  I was confused on a couple points at the end but other than that, great book!
I rate this a 4/5.  Good book, written really well.
Thank you to the author/publisher for the review copy of this book (via netgalley).  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.  


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