Friday, June 27, 2014

"Fatal Exchange" by Lisa Harris

About this book:

  “Though Emily Hunt comes from a family of cops, the relatively quiet–life of a high school teacher suits her just fine. She’s saving up to buy a house, slowly moving forward after her brother’s death, and settling into a life she loves. So the last person she wants to spend time with is Mason Taylor.
   An undercover cop, Mason is enemy number one as far as her family is concerned. His involvement in the death of Emily’s brother is still up in the air, and now he expects her to help him with a case. Mason has been working with one of her students, Rafael Cerda, whose brother has been kidnapped by a drug cartel. And with time running out to meet their demands, Rafael is getting desperate.
   Emily will have to draw on all her strength to handle what happens next…”

 Series: Book #2 in the “Southern Crimes”. {I have not read book #1 “Dangerous Passage”, but I was able to follow this book.}  

Spiritual Content- Many Prayers and said and Scriptures are quoted; The Phase “who’s playing God” is said; Talks about God, Trusting Him & that He’s in control.

Negative Content- Mason is after a drug gang that Mason says “makes the mafia look soft”; Blood parts (highest being a semi-detailed); Slitting throats (most are not-detailed, maybe one semi-detailed); Finding dead people (not- detailed to semi-detail); Drugs, guns and a school lock down because of a gun hostage.    

Sexual Content- Mason calls Emily “hot” when she’s wearing a disguise; a couple not-detailed kisses and a semi-detailed kiss.

-Emily Hunt
-Mason Taylor
                                         P.O.V. switches between them and Avery
                                                        304 pages

 Pre Teens- 
(less than a star really)

New Teens- 
(and a half)

Early High School Teens-  
(and a half)

Older High School Teens-

My personal Rating-

Oh my. “Fatal Exchange” had me on the edge of my seat! I was really scared about reading it—I didn’t know if it would be detailed! In all honesty, I had myself prepared not to go past the second chapter…if I got that far! I do not do blood, or gore or dead bodies—I get lightheaded!
I enjoy “Fatal Exchange” much more than I thought I would, but I would not recommend to younger girls…I’ll have a book up some-time soon of one I would recommend to younger girls though! :)   

See y'all on Monday with another review! :)

*BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.
*I received this book for free from the Publisher (Revell) for this review.

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