Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Silence in the Dark by Patricia Bradley

Book Description:
Silence in the Dark (Logan Point, #4)Two years ago, Bailey Adams broke off her engagement to Danny Maxwell and fled Logan Point for the mission field in Chihuahua, Mexico. Now she's about to return home to the States, but there's just one problem. After Bailey meets with the uncle of one of the mission children in the city, she barely escapes a sudden danger. Now she's on the run--she just doesn't know from whom. To make matters worse, people who help her along the way find themselves in danger too--including Danny. Who is after her? Will they ever let up? And in the midst of the chaos, can Bailey keep herself from falling in love with her rescuer all over again?

With lean, fast-paced prose that keeps readers turning the pages, Patricia Bradley pens a superb story of suspense and second chances.

My Thoughts:
This was a good addition to the Logan Point series.  Bailey used her calling as a missionary to run from the man she loved, Danny.  When he rescues her, in Mexico, she realizes her feelings for him have not diminished with the distance she put between them.  Danny is determined to keep Bailey safe, even if it costs him.  The people after her, and the child in her care, are ruthless but being home makes Bailey feel safer.   The problem is, she is still in danger and in danger of getting too close to Danny again.
I love the Logan Point books and was happy to get Bailey and Logan's story.  I think Angel may have been my favorite character.  He is stoic and determined to make everything right and keep the child safe.  Bailey's past has tainted the way she looks at her present and even her future.  I felt bad for her in her fears and the fact that she sees herself as a runner.  Danny is a solid man but his faith has never been there.  Bailey's dad and her mom for that fact, are some of my favorites in Logan Point.  I look forward to what happens next in this 'sleepy little town'.
This was a 4/5 for me.  I loved the book, but the ending seemed a bit abrupt.

Thank you to Revell for the review copy of this book.  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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