Monday, August 20, 2012

Review of Baggage Claim 

by Amanda Tru

Book one in Tru Exceptions series


Montana native, Rachel Saunders, is looking forward to her all-expense paid weekend 
trip to New York.  But, when her luggage is lost and she is accosted by an infuriating Homeland Security agent named Dawson Tate, events take a dangerous turn.
Montana native, Rachel Saunders, is looking forward to her all-expense paid weekend trip to New York.  But, when her luggage is lost and she is accosted by an infuriating Homeland Security agent named Dawson Tate, events take a dangerous turn.  Now, can she and Dawson elude their enemies and prevent a terrorist attack before the bomb in their possession is detonated in the center of Manhattan?
My Thoughts on Baggage Claim:
This was my first time to read a book by Amanda Tru and I love suspense novels, and this book was no disappointment.  I started reading it a few hours ago and simply could not stop reading.    It was so exciting to read.  I could feel the terror and danger that Rachel and Dawson were experiencing as if I were a part of the action myself.     I could also clearly detect the romantic chemistry between Rachel and Dawson, even though he continually claimed that he had absolutely no attraction for her at all!   I will not spoil the fun of the story for you; but I will say that you definitely need to read this book and the others in the series too.   I am now a "Tru" fan of   "Amanda Tru" !    
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Although Amanda Tru loved her job as an elementary school teacher, she is now very blessed to be mommy to two adorable little boys and currently pursuing her dream of being a successful writer. She lives in the same small Idaho town in which she grew up. She enjoys and writes everything from historical and Christian to paranormal and suspense. Her first book, "Baggage Claim," is a romantic suspense and was released on Kindle and Nook  December 9, 2011. 
 You can check out Amanda's other books at her blog:  http://amandatru.blogspot.com
You can purchase a copy of her book for kindle or nook at:  http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006JW2U06
or  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/books/1107919487?ean=2940013815179

II received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.  

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the heads up, Rhonda! I'll have to get a copy of this book.

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  2. Nancee, I'll be doing an author interview in a few days and Amsnda is offering a giveaway copy of the book, so you might want to wait a few days to see if you might win!

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