I thoroughly enjoyed this book, it is filled with action, suspense, mystery, and love.
Hadley Baker is a third grade teacher who unexpectedly found herself breaking up with her perfect boyfriend Spencer.
JD a FBI agent is in pursuit of crime boss Rabell.
The story starts out with a hotel bombing organized by Rabell, Spencer and his co-workers disappearing, and a mystery behind who was the real target for the bomb? It then delves into the controversial topic of human trafficking and the agencies that work together to stop the criminals in their tracks. It covers the topic of human trafficking without crossing the lines of inappropriateness.
JD, his partner Noah, and Hadley continue to wrack their brains looking for any information to ultimately solve the who and why of the bomb. While other agencies travel the world pursuing different leads.
Traci Hunter Abramson has once again written another intriguing book. Mistaken Reality is well written and uses her knowledge of CIA operations to make this book feel credible. This book had me staying up late to finish, and hoping that there is a happy conclusion. It left me thinking about the evils of human trafficking and what everyone can do to try and stop such a horrible practice.
I would recommend this book to anyone who loves mystery, crime, or romance novels. It is a clean novel that will keep you reading until the very end.
I was given access to this novel from the publisher, all opinions are my own.
Mistaken Reality is another incredible suspense novel by the talented Traci Hunter Abramson. This novel has everything you would want in one of Abramson's books: suspense, mystery, romance, and is very well done. Hadley is just a normal 3rd grade teacher, JD an FBI agent, but when a hotel bombing throws the two together they find themselves caught up in something even bigger than either could have ever imagined. With familiar characters from the Saint Squad, the Guardians, and Deep Cover novels, this book is so full of heart and action, I couldn't put it down! It also brings awareness to human trafficking in a way I've never been exposed to before and it truly touched me how Abramson was able to bring awareness to me as a reader while painting such an incredible story.