Friday, July 1, 2016

A Date with Danger by Kari Iroz, Blog Tour & Giveaway!!!

Book Summary:

She just wanted to shake up her love life. Jacklyn (Jack) Wyatt is the typical twenty-five-year-old living the typical Provo single life with the typical bad luck—at least until the FBI recruits her for a completely different type of dating.
A young woman has gone missing, and all signs point to her online dating profile as the kidnapper’s operating ground. But when suspects who crossed paths with the missing girl begin contacting Jack, the FBI sees its opportunity for an inside man—er, woman.
Now Jack will have to play the field, dating each of the men in an attempt to weed out the kidnapper. But with such an unusual array of characters vying for her attention, pinpointing the culprit may prove even harder than finding Mr. Right. And as more young women disappear, will Jack stay professional and objective, even with the handsome Special Agent Damon Wade just a whisper in her hidden microphone away?

My Review:

A Date With Danger

This book was laugh out loud funny! Seriously I was laying in bed and I could not contain the laughter from reading this book! Any LDS/Mormon girl will be able to relate to it and all will love it! I loved how Jack turned to chocolate when stressed, which let's be honest, I do that! The way she felt about herself, how she couldn't see how wonderful and beautiful she was, only how wonderful her friend was, all women can relate to that! But most of all I loved how nonchalant she was about going undercover for the FBI, like hey no biggie, I am just a super secret undercover agent person now! The way the story is written is so natural, I just loved it so much! It is light-hearted with serious elements and it reads easily and quickly! If you want to read a fun, laugh out loud love story, then this is the book for you!

 Happy Reading!!!

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  1. I'm not usually a fan of LDS romantic suspense, but this one really was enjoyable. I liked that it didn't take itself too seriously and that the mystery (which wasn't all that mysterious in the first place) wasn't really the focus of the novel. Glad you enjoyed it as well!

  2. Yes Susan I agree, it was the light hearted aspect that made it so great!