Author: Sheralyn Pratt
Publisher: Bonneville Books
Softcover: 213 pages
FTC FYI-I purchased my own copy
“Whoever he was, the man was a scoot from death. He sat with both legs dangling ten stories above street level, his hands gripping the ledge and pushing his body into a precarious forward lean. A hundred feet below, a large crowd gathered to witness the potential suicide of a man whose name no one knew.” page 1
This is the second book of Sheralyn’s that I have reviewed. Why? Because I love them! The Rhea Jensen series just gets better and better. City Limits does not disappoint.
Rhea’s “missionary” (the one who converts Rhea to the LDS church) Andy is in town. He is getting ready to start BYU, and is staying with Rhea’s boyfriend. Rhea’s best friend Kathryn, who has recently moved to town, is suspicious of Andy’s true feelings for Rhea.
When a huge news story breaks, Kathryn needs Rhea’s help. But that favor leads to a lot trouble for Rhea when men from a secret society show up at Rhea’s door “suggesting” she not help Kathryn with the story. Where the story goes from here is so exhilarating and heart pounding, I didn’t breathe until I was finished, and it was way past my bedtime.
I love Sheralyn’s books. They are so fast-paced and exciting. The ending of City Limits is amazing. If you are looking for a fun summer read, the Rhea Jensen series is for you.
5 stars out of 5
Car chases, explosions, kissing