Review: Extreme Measures by Rachel Carrington

March 27, 2013 Review 0

Review: Extreme Measures by Rachel Carrington

Four years ago Erin’s life changed drastically. Her drug-addicted brother killed her parents, and her marriage disintegrated. Her husband, Matt, an FBI agent, had done his duty when he’d arrested Stuart, but she’d been too caught up in her own grief to allow him to help her move through the shadows of pain.

Now Matt is back, but it isn’t to attempt reconciliation. Her brother has escaped from Attica, and Erin is his next target. Matt will stop Stuart by any means necessary. But Stuart is a desperate man, and desperate men will do anything to get what they want.

Thrown together by treacherous circumstances, Matt and Erin fight a battle to stay alive and possibly figure out how to put the pieces of their destroyed lives back together again.

Title: Extreme Measures
Author: Rachel Carrington
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: January 20, 2013
Pages: 175
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: one-flame

Erin and Matt were happily married before the murder of her parents by her brother. Matt, who is an FBI agent, arrests Stuart for the murders, and Erin can’t seem to forgive him for that. They end up drifting apart and divorced even though they still have love each other.

Now four years later, Stuart has escaped and is seeking revenge against Erin. Stuart is one creepy dude. I sure wouldn’t want someone like him coming after me. Matt is sent to protect her and apprehend Stuart.

This book pulls you in right from the first page. It has you thinking, “WOW, This could really happen.” Throughout the story you get the insights of what Erin and Matt were thinking as their life together was torn apart. It has a believable time frame for Erin and Matt to possibly have a reconciliation. You can’t help but cheer them on as they try to find a way back to each other.

Extreme Measures is a great suspense with a side of romance. It was refreshing to read more suspense then the romance aspect of the story. It worked for me and made it believable.

Rachel Carrington


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