November 1, 2021

Review: Lights Out

First line:

Seif El-Deeb watched the noisy trio of American boys cross the street away from Cairo American College.

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I rarely read stories that involve spies, the CIA, and terrorism, but that’s what made reading Lights Out so fascinating. The tension in this romantic Christian fiction story builds at just the right speed. It is action-packed and had my heart pumping.


Jack and Brynn are unique and believable characters. Jack was easier for me to connect with. I suppose Brynn felt a little more closed off (in the beginning) because she’d always relied on herself instead of allowing others in. I enjoyed learning about their past and how it was affecting them working together in the present.


I can’t begin to explain the range of emotions I went through while reading this first book in the SNAP Agency series. (SNAP = Strategic Neutralization and Protection.) There are so many elements that kept me turning pages—romance, suspense, threats to National security, kidnapping, murder, spies…


Although stories focusing on international spies and terrorism isn’t something I strive to read, I just adore a second-chance romance story. And this one was fulfilling. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series. 


Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book. My review was not influenced.






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