Beachcomber Enemy: a Romantic Thriller (Beachcomber Investigations Book 10) by Stephanie Queen – Review by Sarah Oakes

Beachcomber EnemyBeachcomber Enemy by Stephanie Queen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about danger. Dane and Shana’s lives are in danger after someone bombs their house. In an attempt to find justice and bait the perpetrator of the crime, they go undercover. With help from friends, they go on the run while being hunted from faces from the past. Can they find the truth and stop who is behind it before its too late?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns. Well developed characters like Dane trying to keep calm in a bad situation despite his feelings or Shana standing up for herself but vulnerable underneath. Great cast of supporting characters like the bubbly Peter or the understanding Vendi or the helpful Cap.
I loved the visual detail throughout the novel like with the vibrant and colourful red flames against the blue of the lake wonderfully written. Or the use of the senses with the smell and the heat of the fire so strong its as if you were actually there. Also loved the use of small spaces for dramatic scenes like the helicopter or the bus increasing the tension perfectly written. I also liked how the book started straight into the action with the explosion to grab the readers attention and make you want to keep on reading to see if they made it. And also liked the use of time passing swiftly for the feel of the chase whilst they’re on the run which was a great addition. Fast paced action and high stakes made for a captivating read. Overall, a great read and I would give it five stars.

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