Reading Wednesday | Cold Case

Books Review, Romantic Suspense, Writing Spot

Danger continues in the fourth book of Susan Sleeman’s Cold Harbor series. In Cold Case, Blackwell Tactical computer expert Eryn Calloway becomes the target of a hacker. Will her skills be enough to find the bad guy before it costs her life or the lives of those she cares about most?

Eryn and her co-workers are teaching several courses at the Policing in the Modern World Conference when someone hacks Eryn’s computer, threatening her unless she cancels her classes. Unwilling to bend to the threat, she plans to use her own computer skills to out the culprit.

Standing her way, however, is Trey Sawyer, the deputy who been unterested in her since he first met her a year ago. Readers have met him in previous books, so it’s exciting to see his story and the possibility of him and Eryn finally explore the sparks between them.

Trey’s care for Eryn – indeed the care from all the Blackwell Tactical men – stifles Eryn, so Trey must walk the fine line of wanting to protect the woman he’s falling for while also protecting the inner strength that makes Eryn the woman he loves.

For several books, we’ve witnessed the slowly building relationship between Eryn and Trey, which makes this book even more exciting. I liked how Eryn wrestled with being a female in law enforcement. Without giving away any spoilers, I felt that the ending came out of nowhere. On the one hand, that’s a great thing, on the other, I wished there were a few more breadcrumbs along the way.

If you’re looking for a fun, fast-paced read with danger, suspense, and romance, I always recommend Susan’s books and Cold Case definitely fits that description.

I received this book free from the author in order to provide an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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