Book Review : Dark Ambition

Dark Ambition by Irene Hannon is the final book in the Code of Honor Series. If you like a book that will pull you in quickly and keep you hooked, this is a great read! It is super fast paced and the story is intriguing! Heather Shields has joined the Phoenix Incorporated group of Private Investigators. When she is hired to help figure out where Rick Jordan’s missing friend is, she is thrown into a series of twists and turns.

I really loved Rick Jordan’s character and his history as a Army Night Stalker. I enjoyed how the story line brought in a bit of his past and his connection with friends from his time in the service.

I also enjoyed seeing Heather figure out just who she was as the new hire for the firm. She and Rick do immediately sense an interest in the each other and while they attempt to keep that at bay, both are looking forward to closing the case and exploring a personal relationship in the future.

Irene Hannon always writes books that take you on an adventure into places you never expected to go. There are many twists and turns that you do not see coming! I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading anything by Ms. Hannon in the future!!

NOTE : I received a copy of Dark Ambition in exchange for an honest review by Revell Publishers.

More about the book:

Former Army Night Stalker Rick Jordan usually has his camp for foster children to himself during the winter months. But someone has visited recently—leaving a trail of blood. One of the two clues left behind tips Rick off to the identity of his visitor, who soon turns up dead. The police deem it an accident, but Rick isn’t convinced. With the help of private investigator Heather Shields, he sets out to decipher the remaining clue. Except someone doesn’t want them to succeed–and will stop at nothing to keep them from finding the truth.

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