Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Vanishing Act by Liz Johnson

Vanishing Act by Liz Johnson

            Eighteen months ago, Nora James watched as her father was shot in an alley-and then she fl ed. She changed her name, her appearance and her job, hoping to keep her father’s shooter at bay. For months, it worked…but now her luck has run out. A ruthless assassin is on her trail, and soon Nora, now known as Danielle, will be found. But this time, she has FBI agent Nate Andersen by her side-right? The handsome agent would give his life to protect Danielle, but he’s wary of giving his heart…until a deadly confrontation leaves him with both on the line.

About the Author:
            Liz Johnson grew up reading Christian fiction, and always dreamed of being part of the publishing industry. After graduating from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff with a degree in public relations, she set out to fulfill her dream. In 2006 she got her wish when she accepted a publicity position at a major trade book publisher. While working as a publicist in the industry, she decided to pursue her other dream-becoming an author. Along the way to having her novel published, she completed the Christian Writers Guild apprentice course and wrote articles for several magazines. 

            Liz makes her home in Nashville, TN, where she enjoys theater, exploring the local music scene, and making frequent trips to Arizona to dote on her two nephews and three nieces. She loves stories of true love with happy endings. Keep up with Liz's adventures in writing at http://www.lizjohnsonbooks.com/.

My review:
I enjoyed this book.  I liked the two main characters and enjoyed their interactions.  This was the first book I've read that is "Love Inspired Suspense" and it was enjoyable.  The story was quick moving and it had many twists and turns that I didn't expect.  I would recommend this book if you're looking for a quick and interesting read.  I'm looking forward to reading more by Liz.

You can buy the book on Amazon


Cathy said...

Sounds really good Cathy!