Deadly Ambush

Amish Country Ambush

By Dana R. Lynn

911 operator Elise St. Clair receives a distress call that rocks her world. The person on the other end of the line is calling from Elise’s house. She rushes home to find her babysitter dead on the floor and her nephew and cleaning lady missing. Her supposed dead brother-in-law is lurking about and confronts her. The police arrive in time and he leaves, promising her he’ll return for his son and what she stole from him. She’d pay for what she cost him.

LaMar Pond police sergeant Ryan Parker arrives at the house of their head dispatcher bent on saving her life. What he discovers is a game of cat and mouse when she’s targeted by more than one madman.

Elise and Ryan must search for her nephew and cleaning lady among the Amish community while numerous attempts are made on Elise’s life. Can they beat the clock and ignore their growing feelings for each other?

Amish Country Ambush is an exciting addition to the Amish Country Justice series by Dana R. Lynn. Its heart-pounding action will keep the reader turning the pages while cheering the hero and heroine on. I enjoyed it from start to finish. The plot keeps you glued.

The characters draw the reader in quickly and are well-rounded. Elise’s deep feelings for her nephew will grip your heart while Ryan’s need to keep everyone safe will keep you engaged.

It’s apparent the author has done her research on the Amish Community as you can picture everything and the area she writes about. I loved the deep emotion, faith aspect, and action in this amazing book.

I give Amish Country Ambush five stars. It’s one riveting tale you’ll want to devour!

**Book has been provided courtesy of the author in exchange for my honest review.

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  1 comment for “Deadly Ambush

  1. Tara
    September 27, 2018 at 8:18 am

    I like to read Amish stories.

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