Review: Blue Horizon by J. L. Hammer

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Review: Blue Horizon by J. L. Hammer

Part of a secret government project, Elena Davidson’s life is in serious jeopardy when she is kidnapped by terrorists. Safeguarding 'Blue Horizon' isn’t just a mission to Elena. She knows that if its purpose is revealed and if it falls into the wrong hands, it could be dangerous for the entire world.

Beckham Connors has a simple mission: the retrieval of Elena Davidson, no matter what the cost. He has orders to rescue Elena from her captors and to send her home to America, or if necessary—kill her. Whatever happens, she cannot be left alive on Iranian soil.

Forced into a whirlwind adventure, she can depend on no one. Elena must decide if she can trust the ruggedly handsome Beckham—or if he poses a greater danger than the terrorists.

Title: Blue Horizon
Author: J.L. Hammer
Published by Sweet Cravings Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: February 19, 2013
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Pages: 240
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: two-flames

Lovers of romantic suspense will completely enjoy Blue Horizon by J. L. Hammer, an entertaining story with two romantic relationships to go along with a complex plot including kidnapping, terrorists, treason, and a government weapons project.

Elena Davidson, a Blue Horizon project engineer, is kidnapped by terrorists who hope to gain information about the weapons project. Elena’s rescuer is Beckham Connors, a mercenary hired by the US government to get her out of Iran. Elena doesn’t expect to fall in love with him, but she does. A cold-hearted assassin, Beckham, who never shows emotion with any female hostage he has rescued, is amazed at how Elena gets under his skin and begins to realize he has real feelings for her. Beckham tries really hard to keep his cold exterior intact, but Elena brings out his softer side, seeing these glimpses of his personality help him become a likable character. Exchanging witty banter with Beckham allows Elena to find her inner strength and keep going through her ordeal, which makes her an engaging character.

Along with the Beckham and Elena’s romance, Hammer develops the relationship between Cole Davidson, Elena’s Air Force pilot brother, and Charity Lane, a secretary at the Pentagon, adding depth to this page-turning story.

With strong characters and an intricate plot containing many twists and turns, Blue Horizon is a captivating thriller that leaves you breathless right up to the dramatic climax and the perfect romantic conclusion for both couples.

I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of an honest review for The Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review, and all conclusions are my own responsibility.

T.C. Archer
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