Hours to Kill by Susan Sleeman
FBI Special Agent Addison Leigh is hot on the trail of a deadly gunrunner, but when those responsible target her mother, Addy goes into protective mode. After getting close to answers, she’s involved in a crash that leaves her with amnesia. The man rushing to her side to protect her claims to be her estranged husband. Why can’t she remember him?
U.S. Marshal Mack Jordan receives a call that rocks his world. His wife has suffered a serious head injury after a car accident. He leaves his team behind and rushes to her side only to be thrust into a case that threatens to take Addy’s life.
Can Addy and Mack work together to bring the gunrunners down before they unleash a deadly weapon? Will Addy’s memories of her husband return?
Susan Sleeman does it again with the third and final book in the Homeland Heroes series. Hours to Kill caught my attention from the first page and kept me reading. I enjoyed Addison and Mack’s story.
Cleverly crafted plot twists, well-rounded characters that jump off the page and into our hearts, and vivid imagery and deep POV inserting you into the scene as if you were filming it. Her use of words and sentence structure is every writer’s dream.
I give Hours to Kill five stars. The story will keep the reader guessing with every twist and turn and shock them with a fitting ending to this great series. Can’t wait to see what’s next from this author.
**Thank you to the author and publisher for a copy of this book. I received no compensation and the opinion in this review is my own.