Review of Visible Threat by Janice Cantore

Leah Courtney
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Visible Threat (Critical Pursuit, #2)Janice Cantore, a former California police officer herself, brings her knowledge of the police force into her stories. In Visible Threat, Brinna Caruso, a K9 officer, is in danger of losing her canine partner due to budget cuts. In the meantime she's drawn into a case with a former officer friend-Jack-that may turn out to be more than a friend to her. As Brinna and Jack find themselves involved in a case that involves human trafficking, Brinna is drawn closer to a relationship with the God that Jack- and her mom- both trust.

This was apparently the second book about Brinna Caruso, but I was able to catch on and read this one with only the references to the first. I loved Brinna as a main character. She was an interesting and compelling character to get to know.

The story line was interesting and not very predictable. There were twists and turns that kept me reading and wanting to find out what happened. It wasn't "preachy" but there was a definite message for the reader as Brinna begins to develop her own personal faith.

I really enjoyed this one. I'll be looking for the others by Janice Cantore. Brinna's series now has another book, and there is another series by Cantore also. You can see the trailer for the first book in that series below.

I give this one four strong stars and a PG13 for content(references to prostitution and human trafficking).

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

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