Hidden Peril

Hidden Peril

As teenagers, Kristin Dane and her two best friends took a vow to make the world a better place. Twenty years later, she's fulfilling that pledge through her fair trade shop that features products from around the world. All is well until, one by one, people connected to the shop begin dying.Detective Luke Carter, new to the St. Louis PD, wants to know why. Before he can an...

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Title:Hidden Peril
Author:Irene Hannon
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Hidden Peril Reviews

  • Hannah

    This is one of Irene Hannon's best books! Loved it.

  • Susan

    A great addition to the code of honor series. The story of Luke and Christine was heartwarming. The mystery was excellent as was the narration. Looking forward to the rest of the series.

  • Lisa Johnson

    Title: Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)

    Author: Irene Hannon

    Pages: 416

    Year: October 2018

    Publisher: Revell

    My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Kristen Dane is a good friend of the other two members of the Treehouse Gang. Each member is in a different career, but their bond is strong. When Kristen learns that a monk she knew in a different country has died, she is broken hearted. She then attends the wedding of a good friend. However, after a couple days off, she enters her store to find the body of her cowor

    Title: Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)

    Author: Irene Hannon

    Pages: 416

    Year: October 2018

    Publisher: Revell

    My rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Kristen Dane is a good friend of the other two members of the Treehouse Gang. Each member is in a different career, but their bond is strong. When Kristen learns that a monk she knew in a different country has died, she is broken hearted. She then attends the wedding of a good friend. However, after a couple days off, she enters her store to find the body of her coworker and a mess in the store.

    The man who comes to the scene and try to gather clues is a new Detective on the force and covering for Kristen friend Colin while he is on his honeymoon. Kristen’s heart as well as the detective named Luke are attracted to each other instantly though neither is aware of the others thoughts or feelings. Luke was married and is now widowed. He tries to guard his heart so that he doesn’t mix business with personal relationships. Becca is his sister and she is trying to encourage Luke to allow someone to love him and be close to him.

    Book two has a lot of action, adventure and danger that really will keep people glued to the book. I cannot wait for the third book and wonder how the author is going to build that story. All I know is that Irene Hannon is quite an accomplished story writer. In this sequel, there is a beautiful romance building and a great example of having boundaries to protect the heart and relationship until after marriage.

    I sat and read the book in one sitting; I couldn’t put it down! So, if you haven’t read the first book, then catch up so that when book two is released in October of this year, your appetite will be ready for what is coming and trust me it is outstanding!

  • Emily Yager

    An amazing romantic suspense. More suspense than romantic, but still highly entertaining. A Terrorist plot involving homemade candles from Syria? Very interesting and unique.

    I had the villain figured out early on in the story and that took some of the tension out of it for me. But over all a great read. I recommend it to anyone who loves Romantic Suspense.

  • Maureen Timerman

    This is the second book in this series, and can be read alone, but we pick up at a wedding, and go forward from there with a chance meeting and then a sad professional meeting a few days later.

    This is a read that I felt I could be hearing on the news, it hits all too close to reality, and unfortunately it could all be true.

    While my mind did lock onto who the main culprit was you will have to read to see if you catch on too. With a lot of action here you will not be able to guess what is around t

    This is the second book in this series, and can be read alone, but we pick up at a wedding, and go forward from there with a chance meeting and then a sad professional meeting a few days later.

    This is a read that I felt I could be hearing on the news, it hits all too close to reality, and unfortunately it could all be true.

    While my mind did lock onto who the main culprit was you will have to read to see if you catch on too. With a lot of action here you will not be able to guess what is around the next corner.

    We are reunited with the life friends of the Tree House Gang, and I love the relationship they share, and how they are there for one another.

    With a bit of sweet romance, and a strong faith in God, you will be wanting to come back soon for another linger into the lives of these characters.

    I received this book through LibraryThing, and was not required to give a positive review.

  • Claudia

    Hidden Peril is the second book in Irene Hannon's Code of Honor series. Her meticulous research ferreted out from law enforcement officers gives her stories a ring of truth. This book confronts the realities of terror cells among us in this day and time. Kristin Dane is helping the world in her small corner of it. Following a stint in the Peace Corp, and some time to learn how to successfully run a business, she opened WorldCraft, a store that sells fair trade items and fosters community econom

    Hidden Peril is the second book in Irene Hannon's Code of Honor series. Her meticulous research ferreted out from law enforcement officers gives her stories a ring of truth. This book confronts the realities of terror cells among us in this day and time. Kristin Dane is helping the world in her small corner of it. Following a stint in the Peace Corp, and some time to learn how to successfully run a business, she opened WorldCraft, a store that sells fair trade items and fosters community economic development in third world communities. Little did she know that her business was unintentionally helping to fund terror cells much closer to home. Detective Luke Carter was still grieving three years after the death of his wife. He struggled with the idea of “replacing” her, but his sister and his growing feelings for Kristin helped him to realize that our hearts have a limitless supply of love and that we can love additional people without replacing the ones we have loved before. Now that he was willing to risk his heart again, he must see to the safety of his new love.

    Irene Hannon is a skilled writer of romantic suspense. The romance features of her stories play well against the suspense without detracting from it. Her suspense stories always keep their promise of being an edge of your seat, page turning, wild ride read. My advise is to give up on getting anything else accomplished once you pick one up. I thank NetGalley and Revell Publishing for providing me with a copy of Hidden Peril in exchange for my honest opinion. I was under no obligation to provide a positive review and received no monetary compensation.

  • Susan Snodgrass

    I never miss an Irene Hannon book. She is a very good suspense author with spiritual themes. This latest book is number two in her Code of Honor series and delves into terrorist activity and how they fund their missions.

    Her writing, as always, is impeccable, and her plots spot on in today's world. Her characters are always very well developed. I especially enjoy how she layers her suspense right up until the end, guaranteeing her readers excitement in her books. Recommended.

    *My thanks to the pu

    I never miss an Irene Hannon book. She is a very good suspense author with spiritual themes. This latest book is number two in her Code of Honor series and delves into terrorist activity and how they fund their missions.

    Her writing, as always, is impeccable, and her plots spot on in today's world. Her characters are always very well developed. I especially enjoy how she layers her suspense right up until the end, guaranteeing her readers excitement in her books. Recommended.

    *My thanks to the publisher for providing a copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinions stated here are entirely my own.

  • Cara Putman

    Irene Hannon is a favorite with many Christian fiction romantic suspense readers. Her latest, Hidden Peril, was another great installment. Set in St. Louis, you'll see glimpses of past heroes, but the action centers on a woman Kristen Dane who runs a shop that highlights sustainable products from around the world. She's worked hard to create a place where their goods can be sold and help provide support to needy groups in hard countries. When first the woman who works for her is murdered and the

    Irene Hannon is a favorite with many Christian fiction romantic suspense readers. Her latest, Hidden Peril, was another great installment. Set in St. Louis, you'll see glimpses of past heroes, but the action centers on a woman Kristen Dane who runs a shop that highlights sustainable products from around the world. She's worked hard to create a place where their goods can be sold and help provide support to needy groups in hard countries. When first the woman who works for her is murdered and then a customer, local detective Luke Carter finds himself interacting with Kristen and slowly falling in love. There are so many layers and intricacies to the plot that I couldn't stay away. Hidden Peril was a great read and will satisfy readers of romantic suspense. I truly enjoyed this romantic suspense. The romance was realistic and the suspense a fresh, creative twist. A good read!

  • Sarah Grace Grzy

    3.5 Stars

    So, I totally read that in 8 hours after getting the approval email from Netgalley . . . While not as suspenseful as some of Hannon's previous works, this one kept me reading all day long!

    Luke Carter and Kristin Dane are both interesting characters, and I enjoyed getting to know them and their backstories throughout the book. The storyline with Kristin and her family, in particular, I loved. While I can't say I'm a huge fan of Hannon's romances, the platonic relationships are always epi

    3.5 Stars

    So, I totally read that in 8 hours after getting the approval email from Netgalley . . . While not as suspenseful as some of Hannon's previous works, this one kept me reading all day long!

    Luke Carter and Kristin Dane are both interesting characters, and I enjoyed getting to know them and their backstories throughout the book. The storyline with Kristin and her family, in particular, I loved. While I can't say I'm a huge fan of Hannon's romances, the platonic relationships are always epic! I loved Luke's relationship with his sister, Becca, and Kristin's relationship with her best-friends-from-high-school, Colin and Rick. Talk about awesome big-brother material!

    The storyline itself kept me on my toes. A terrorist plot wrapped up in handmade candles from Syria? So unique! The villain was very interesting, but I guessed his identity pretty early on, which took some of the suspense out of it for me. The ending was very action-packed and nail-biting, just the way a climax should be.

    Overall, while this is not my favorite of Hannon's, it was still a fun read and worth checking out if you are a lover of romantic suspense!

    CONTENT NOTE: Recommended for ages 18+ for romance and violence.

    FTC disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley. I was not required to write a positive review. These are my honest thoughts and opinions.

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