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by | Feb 25, 2019 | , , | Book/Movie Reviews | 0 comments

Cold Dawn By Susan Sleeman

Ex-police officer Samantha Willis has turned her badge in for a forensic kit and gloves. She finds evidence proving her friend’s death was no accident, but before she can turn it in she’s locked into a room while a fire rages around her. Can she live long enough to prove the murder?

Matt Griffin, former Navy SEAL turned firefighter, only wants to investigate his friend’s death, but when he arrives at the building he sees it’s engulfed in flames and his ex-girlfriend’s car is sitting in the parking lot.

Sam and Griff have to learn to put their differences aside to work together in solving this murder, but when their lives are both threatened they need to move quickly to neutralize the situation before anyone else is killed. Can they succumb to their feelings long enough to love each other again before it’s too late?

This is the first book I’ve read by Susan Sleeman and I gotta say, I’m impressed. I enjoyed her storytelling abilities and Cold Dawn had me hooked from the beginning. The clever plot drove me to keep reading to find out who was behind the mystery.

Sam and Griff are characters I could get on board with. They both had believable qualities that made them jump out on the page.

I enjoyed learning about the Blackwell Tactical group and it was apparent to me the author has done her research on forensic and police procedures.

This is the last of the Cold Harbor series and can be read on its own. However, I want to know more about these characters, so I will need to go back and catch up!

I look forward to reading her new upcoming series, Truth Seekers.

I give Cold Dawn four stars. It’s an engaging story that will keep you reading into the night!

**An e-copy of this book was given to me by the author for my honest review.

To find out more about Susan Sleeman, visit her site here.

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