DiAnn Mills’ Breach of Trust

» Posted on Feb 28, 2009 in Blog | 6 comments


Breach of Trust
By DiAnn Mills

I really enjoyed reading this romantic suspense. You get pulled into Paige Rogers’ world in a small town in Oklahoma. She’s the local librarian who can handle whatever is thrown at her because she was a CIA operative who “died” in Africa on a mission.

Split Creek, Oklahoma is a quiet small town, not anything like what Paige was used to, but surprisingly she settled into her life, enjoying her job as the town librarian. But some of the people of the town aren’t who they seem to be. Someone is watching her for Daniel Keary, the shoo-in as the governor of Oklahoma and the man who wants her out of the way because she knows the type of man Keary really is.

DiAnn Mills has put together a story of opposites—a quiet life versus a life and death situation, a local high school football coach versus a high powered lawyer and the next governor of Oklahoma, lies and secrets versus honesty. She has woven together a story with intriguing characters who are thrust into fighting for their way of life and in the end their very lives.

6 Comments

  1. This sounds like a fun story. Having grown up in small town Oklahoma adds to my interests in this story. I look forward to reading it! Thanks for sharing the the story.

  2. Thanks for introducing me to this book! I like to read books that have suspense in them Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

  3. A small town and a library mystery! how fun!
    martha(at)lclink(dot)com

  4. This sounds like such a interesting book and would really love to read it. Please enter me in the drawing.

    Blessings,
    Jo
    ladijo40(at)aol(dot)com

  5. interesting.

  6. Jo, I’m sorry I don’t have this book in a drawing. I just read it and blogged about it.

    Margaret

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