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Blind Trust by Natalie Walters: Book Review

  *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

She's risking her life. He's risking his heart. It's unclear which is more dangerous.

Lyla Fox knows she has a reputation at the SNAP Agency for being impulsive, but when she receives a threatening letter from a man she helped put in prison, she can't stop herself from going all in to find out why he's coming after her. Unfortunately, she's going to need the help of the one person who questions her choices more than anyone else.

Explosives and weapons specialist Nicolás Garcia agrees to help Lyla in order to keep her safe, but her recklessness continues to be a major concern, especially when her investigation into a conspiracy puts a target on her back. Dealing with bombs is dangerous. Working with Lyla is proving to be just as treacherous--to both the mission and his heart.

Natalie Walters is the author of Lights Out and Fatal Code, as well as the Harbored Secrets series. A military wife, she currently resides in Texas with her soldier husband and is the proud mom of three. She loves traveling, spending time with her family, and connecting with readers on Instagram and Facebook. Learn more at www.nataliewalterswriter.com.

Blind Trust is the third and final book in The SNAP Agency series. I think this could be understood and enjoyed okay as a standalone, but readers will definitely understand the team dynamics more, and therefore get a little more out of it when read in order. (Aside from that, it's a great series and very much worth the read anyway. )

In this final book, we get Lyla and Nic's story. And boy, what a story it was...filled with loads of action and suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat in anticipation of what would come next. There was a lot going on in the story, but never to where it felt overwhelming... just the right amount of twists and turns... and that slow-burn romance? Oh, I loved it! While I am certainly sad to see this series end (honestly, Kekoa might just be one of my favorite characters in a suspense series ever!), this was a great way to end it. I enjoyed every moment!

If you enjoy Christian suspense, this is definitely worth checking out. 


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