Thursday, February 16, 2017

Mistaken Identity

GIVEAWAY

MCCOY, SHIRLEE
MISTAKEN IDENTITY

The wrong target...

When Trinity Miller's attacked by a man who mistakenly believes she's Mason Gain's girlfriend, the reclusive prosthetic maker is forced from seclusion to rescue her. And he soon learns someone's determined to get information on one of his clients -- information they're willing to kill for. Now the former army pilot has to find a way to take down the men on their trail...and make sure Trinity survives. When Trinity arrived at Mason's isolated home to convince him to help her friend's son, her plans didn't include going on the run with him. But Trinity must work with Mason to outwit their pursuers...or risk losing both their lives.

Mission: Rescue -- No job is too dangerous for these fearless heroes.

My Review:

I can't tell you how much I love this series but I'm going to try. :-) This is the seventh book in the Mission Rescue series but no worries if you haven't read all of the other books -- Mistaken Identity reads beautifully as a standalone. Though there are some great character carryovers which were fun to spot.

McCoy knows how to balance her romance and suspense. Both get equal billing and naturally build as the taut plot threatens to spin out of control. Tension starts on page one when Trinity has that dreaded feeling that something isn't right. I wanted her to turn around and rethink her strategy. She's in a car, alone, at night on a deserted back road. Seriously, girly, come back in the light of day why don't you? Did she listen to me? She did not. And action explodes off the page as she's caught in the cross-hairs of some uber bad guys with nefarious goals...and capturing her is now one of them.

Mason is both exasperated and intrigued by Trinity...along with a healthy dose of attraction. But he's a recluse and likes his life just the way it is...well the way it was before his idyllic solitude turned into lethal chaos. Their pursuers are relentless with danger at every turn. Serious, page-turning stuff.

But there are bursts of humour to break the tension as well. Trinity's poor sense of direction had me chuckling at the most hair-raising moments. And the banter between her over-protective brothers who show up on the scene in major rescue mode is grin-inducing. Especially if you've met Chance and Jackson in earlier books like I have.

An enthralling romantic suspense that will leave you clamoring for more...so get busy backtracking on the other books in this incredible series. (I've just ordered Exit Strategy -- the only one I've missed so far. Can't wait for it to get here!)

Giveaway Opportunity:

 If you would like an opportunity to win a copy of Mistaken Identity please leave a comment below or email me at kavluvstoread AT yahoo DOT ca. If you post a comment and add your email address please use AT and DOT instead of @ and . to protect yourself from spammers. If you enter the draw via email please remember to put the title in the subject line so it's easier for me to spot your entry. Draw will be held and winner announced on Sunday February 19 2017.  Offer open to international readers. Good luck!

26 comments:

  1. Oh yeah, SURE just add MORE books I NEED to get, Kav!! Sheesh, always contributing to my TBR pile ;-)

    Funny thing, my grand-girl's name is Trinity...we call her Trinny for short. This would be a little odd to read her name in the book, especially a spine-tingling one! OY!

    I think I could EASILY relate to the "no-sense-of-direction" thing! Because, I can't find my way out of a paper bag, and that's on a good, sunny, cloudless day!! Let alone on a dark, rainy & unfamiliar road, OY forget about it!! HA!

    Definitely my kind of book :-)

    teamob4 (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. Bwahahaha! It's a wonderful reader dilemma to be in though, Tixi, isn't it? And I'm like you -- no sense of direction at all. To me north is always the direction I'm facing and I go from there. :-) Never works out well. Good luck!

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  2. I love suspense and Shirlee McCoy is one of the best at it. I'm not sure where I am in this series, I may have missed one or two. Must backtrack and get current like you are doing.
    Please throw my name in the drawing, thank you Kav!
    tracey14567 at gmail dot com

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    1. Cyrus makes an appearance in this book and he just didn't click. How could I forget a Cyrus? So I checked and sure enough, I missed his story. And did you know that if you go onto Goodreads and search for a series it will list all the books in order with the ones you've read checked off already. Very cool. Good luck, Tracey.

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    2. Oh I remember Cyrus, buckle your seatbelt for that story, I was on the run so long I was exhausted by books end, LOL.

      I missed Stella and Chance's story, and that is one I'd really been looking forward to. When I checked Goodreads, there was your review right at the top, and so enticing! Another book for the Mount Everest book pile, thanks for the reminder to get caught up.

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    3. They only had large print copies left on the publisher's website so I grabbed it up fast. Should arrive next week. Eeeep...now I'm really excited!!!

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  3. 7th book? Boy am I behind! lattebooksAThotmaildotcom

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    1. Luckily they can all be read as standalones. They are all awesome. Good luck, Susan.

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  4. Her books are always fun. Thanks for giveaway.

    mindyhoungATmsnDOTcom

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    1. You're welcome, Mindy. Good luck.

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  5. I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one who is challenged about which direction to turn! If I'm on unfamiliar roads especially. Thanks for the review and giveaway. d[dot]brookmyer[at]yahoo[dot]com

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    1. LOL -- no sense of direction = fun surprises! Good luck, Donna.

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  6. New author to me. Thank you.
    leliamae54(at)aol(dot)com

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  7. Seriously, girly! I thought I was the only one who talked to fictional characters, Kav! I'm keeping my fingers crossed but adding this series to my ever growing list too.

    Dblaser(at)windstream(dot)net

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    1. And isn't it exasperating when they don't listen to us??????? The reader always knows best. Good luck, Diane.

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  8. I love suspense, this sounds like a great read
    marcus802001(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. It's a great suspense. Good luck, Mark.

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  9. Sounds like a good suspense. cheetahthecat1986(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. Sounds like a great suspense book.
    Karenskrayons(at)gmail(dot)com

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  11. Looks like A Great Suspense book Especially since it's a Love Inspired also Thanks for the chance to win Kav. iamabho (at) gmail (dot) com

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    1. I love this line too. Good luck, Linda.

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  12. You find the best books to have for your giveaways! I can't keep up with you! Every one that you review makes me want to read it!
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

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    1. Bwahahaha! So many great books, so little time!!! Good luck, rubynreba.

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