Bristol and her bomb-sniffing dog, Toby, must stop an environmental terrorist from blowing up several Minneapolis dams in Rising Danger. She must also grapple with working with her ex-boyfriend, Rem. Memories of her own losses during Hurricane Katrina complicate her hunt for the killer.
Hunting for the bombs and survivors with Bristol and Toby was great fun. I really liked Toby. Bristol, however, spent at least a third of the book preaching the gospel to everyone she met. Plus, Bristol’s two emotions are worried and loudly upset. It is zero to fifty in 10 seconds for her. For me, it was exhausting. Thank goodness I don’t have all that going in my head every day.
I think this book would be better for new or evangelical Christians. Between the constant “God is good” message and Bristol’s grating personality, Rising Danger was clearly not for me. However, you might like it. 3 stars.
Thanks to Harlequin Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.