Book Review: Secondary Target by Angela Carlisle

After the brutal murder of her mother and brother twelve years ago, Corina Roberts built a new life in Kentucky. But then strange things begin to happen, and she is thrust into a perilous game of life and death. With nowhere else to turn, her best hope of survival depends on her ex, army veteran Bryce Jessup.

Recently returned from service, Bryce has every intention of staying away from Corina, but when threats close in around her, he isn't willing to leave her safety to chance. As their search for answers uncovers lethal secrets her detective father kept hidden, Bryce and Corina must untangle the mystery of the merciless killer intent on terrorizing and eliminating Corina's family before it's too late.

I enjoyed this debut suspense novel by Christian author Angela Carlisle. The writing was similar to Lynette Eason, and while these aren’t my go-to type of books, I do enjoy reading something like this every once in a while. The tension was high and there was a huge unknown throughout the entire book. The slight clues given to us about why this was happening were intriguing and enough to give me some idea of why this was all happening, but not enough to give it away. There was also one realization at the end that totally shocked me. If you enjoy a suspenseful read, grab this one. 
*I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.