Breach of Trust by Kathi Oram Peterson (Blog Tour Review & Giveaway)

This is the second book I've read from this author and quite different from the last one
with the military aspect in this one. Read my review and enter the giveaway below...

Breach of Trust
by Kathi Oram Peterson
Adult Romantic Suspense, LDS
Paperback & ebook, 232 Pages
February 1st 2017 by Covenant Communications


Lieutenant Commander Cooper Lane has so much to live for. With a loving husband and beautiful baby girl waiting for her back home, she is anxious to finish her mission in Afghanistan and return to her family. But in a split second, her world shatters. Her helicopter is going down in that hostile country, and there will be no survivors.

Four years later . . .

On a covert mission in an Afghan village, Navy SEAL Axe Talbot finds something no one ever expected: Lieutenant Cooper Lane—alive. Cooper survived the crash that killed her team and has been hiding behind enemy lines for four years. It’s the woman he’s been looking for and dreaming about for so long.

After her rescue, Cooper is not sure she can survive the reality waiting for her back home—when she 
disappeared and was pronounced dead, her husband married her best friend. Cooper is lost, but her troubles are just beginning. In one horror-filled moment, her former husband is murdered before her eyes, and Cooper becomes the prime suspect. Now she must embark on one last mission to clear her name. And there are only two people she trusts to help her: her father and Axe, the SEAL who rescued her. Cooper and Axe take off, and together the makeshift team uncovers a trail of mysterious deaths that leads to unimaginable danger.

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My Review

BREACH OF TRUST was a romantic suspense on the lighter side. The characters were likable and the plot engaging. Romantic suspense readers may enjoy this one.

I liked so much about this story. I really liked the characters and I liked the bond between Cooper and Axe. I felt terrible for Cooper and all she had gone through and then the awkward situation she finds herself in coming back home. After all that, it just gets worse for her. She had a good support group, at least. The author did a good job of also making me wonder exactly who the villain was during the first part of the story and then the tension steadily grew towards the climatic end. 

I just had a few issues. The sheriff was too unrealistic and jumped to conclusions too easily. Some things didn't quite make sense towards the end and then when the end came it was much too easy. I felt all this tension building up and then it just ended without the action or the struggle that I was expecting. The resolution didn't feel developed enough to me.

In the end, was it what I wished for? Overall, an enjoyable story.

Content: Some violence, but clean.

Source: Received a complimentary copy from the publisher, which did not require a review nor affect it in any way.

About the Author

Raised in southeastern Idaho, Kathi Oram Peterson developed a love for the Snake River that winds through much of the region. She spent many happy adventures with family and friends swimming, boating, and fishing on the river. Though she now resides in Salt Lake City, she returns to the Snake River Valley often for vacations. When her children finished school, Kathi finished her English degree at the University of Utah. She worked for several years, writing and editing children's books for a curriculum publisher. Upon leaving the workforce, she turned her attention to writing novels. Setting a romantic-suspense novel in Idaho with the river she loves came naturally.

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