Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2) by Irene Hannon

Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)

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 answer that question, however, the FBI weighs in and Kristin suddenly finds h...


Details Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)

TitleHidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)
ISBN9780800727697
Author
Release DateOct 2nd, 2018
PublisherFleming H. Revell Company
GenreSuspense, Fiction, Christian Fiction, Christian, Romance, Mystery
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Reviews Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)

  • Sarah Grace
    2018-09-27
    3.5 StarsSo, 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 r...
  • Maureen Timerman
    2018-09-03
    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 h...
  • Emily Yager
    2018-10-13
    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.
  • Claudia
    2018-10-03
    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 se...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    2018-10-03
    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 excitem...
  • Susan
    2018-11-05
    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
    2018-08-16
    Title: Hidden Peril (Code of Honor #2)Author: Irene HannonPages: 416Year: October 2018Publisher: RevellMy rating: 5 out of 5 starsKristen 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, ...
  • Madison
    2018-10-02
    Irene Hannon has created another thriller with Hidden Peril. Captivating characters, intense romance and a race against the clock to stop a terrorist plot, Hidden Peril has everything to keep you glued to the pages. Finding her shop assistant dead behind the counter of her fair trade shop was a terrible shock to owner Kristin Dane. She opened the shop to make a positive impact on the world and is heartbroken by the loss and eager to help the poli...
  • Gloria
    2018-10-01
    Hidden Peril is the second book in the Code of Honor series and is Kristin Dane's story. She is part of the Treehouse Gang that we met in Dangerous Illusions. Kristin, Colin and Rick have been best friends since they met when they were twelve years old. Colin and Rick sat with Kristin at lunch after noticing that she always sat alone. They have been friends since and each needed the friendship for different reasons. Kristin's parents have careers...
  • Loraine
    2018-10-07
    After the disappointment of Dangerous Illusions, Book 1 in the Code of Honor series, I am happy to say that Hannon's sky high suspense was back at the forefront (instead of the romance) in this book. The intensity grows from the beginning to the explosive ending. Hannon's plot is focused on terrorism and fits into today's current world situation perfectly. Her background research on this subject is obvious throughout the plot. The characters were...
  • Karina
    2018-08-10
    #irenehannon DELIVERS AGAIN. This christian romance suspense novel is full of the fast pace thrilling action coupled with those moments of tender drama that we love. #hiddenperil has it all. Second in a new series #codeofhonor , this one follows the story of the second member of the treehouse gang - and I already can't wait for the third next year! Its gonna be a long wait though cuz this one is only being released in October! Advance order / Res...
  • Victoria Lynn
    2018-10-30
    Did not finish
  • Toni Shiloh
    2018-10-19
    Another great book from Irene Hannon.
  • Jennifer Robb
    2018-07-06
    Romantic suspense--at first I thought we were going to be burdened with the "the person I'm interested in is involved with someone else" when they really aren't for a good portion of the book, but thankfully Hannon dispenses with the explanations to each other rather quickly, leaving us with a slowly building romance set amidst an unlikely scenario.I guessed who the lead was long before the author revealed it. That's not my norm, so either the au...
  • Trixi
    2018-10-04
    A remote monastery in the Middle East.Murders of innocent people.Mysterious candles.A dead terrorist.How did they all connect?Hannon neatly ties these elements together while writing an engaging and thrilling pulse-pounding suspense. For me, she's one of those authors who I'll follow anywhere she leads! Her books are on my automatic “must-read-now” category. That being said, this second book in her Code of Honor series was a much anticipated ...
  • Debi Lantzer
    2018-10-25
    I was invited to join the Blog Tour Team for Revell Books, a division of Baker Publishing Group for today's post about Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon.  While I hadn't heard of this author previously, she's clearly been producing amazing books for some time now so I need to catch up on this author!Hidden Peril is the second book in Irene Hannon's Code of Honor series, the first book being Dangerous Illusions. I had not read the first book, obvious...
  • Becca-Rae Weidel
    2018-10-04
    Islamic terrorism is a very scary thing in the world right now. The threat of ISIS is constantly present. In Hidden Peril, Kristin Dane thinks she's aiding refugees with her business, but instead discovers the charity has been infiltrated by terrorists. It's a long road for the detectives as they attempt to take down the terrorists before they can further their plans.For me this book focused too much on the romance and not enough on the action. I...
  • Rachael
    2018-10-04
    I love the relationship Kristin has with her two best friends; the boys are wonderfully protective and brother-like. It's refreshing to see that friend relationship portrayed without sexual tension between her and the boys--just mutual love and respect.Though he's not a major character, I liked Yusef Bishara and the choice he makes--it's much better than watching him give in to blackmail and travel down a road of self-destruction, which is what I...
  • Becky
    2018-10-15
    Often, romantic suspense novels are heavy on either the romance or the suspense to the detriment of the other. Not so here: the romance and the suspense are both on point.The short timeline of many suspense novels often makes any romance seem rushed. In Hidden Peril, though, the action is spread out over several months, making the progress in the romance feel natural. Also, there's a bit more romance than I expected, and I'm always good with more...
  • Kelly Bridgewater
    2018-10-22
    Irene Hannon is one of the go-to author for me when it comes to writing suspense. I know she will have a solid story with plenty of research and high tension enough to grab and keep my attention. With her newest novel, Hidden Peril, the suspense seemed, to me, pretty watered down. It was another novel having to with a terrorist threat on American soil. For me, this type of suspense really doesn't capture my attention. I know the threat is real. I...
  • Suzie
    2018-10-25
    The Treehouse Gang returns in Irene Hannon’s Hidden Peril (Book Two in the Code of Honor series). This time, fair trade shop owner and youth play director Kristen Dane is in the middle of an investigation which gets more complicated as it goes along. And the victims all seem to be tied to her shop. Luke Carter is on the case—and very interested in Kristen as more than a witness.Hannon weaves a tale of intrigue hemmed with possible terrorists ...
  • Joan
    2018-10-08
    I enjoyed this romantic suspense. Hannon gives readers a good balance of character development mixed with episodes of action. I really appreciate the international aspect of the plot. Kristen operates a fair trade shop, helping support people in third world countries. Little does she know that some of her products contain hidden items used by a domestic terrorist cell to fund their operations.The emphasis of the novel, however, seems to be romanc...
  • Natalie Walters
    2018-11-05
    In book 2 of the Code of Honor series, Irene Hannon drops readers right into the action from the very first page. I really enjoyed plot line of this story. It was unique, thrilling, and well-developed making this story a quick page-turner. I enjoyed the characters, especially the shared camaraderie. If I had one complaint, it's with the warp-speed in which heroine, Kristen Dane, and hero, Luke Carter, discover they "love" each other. In this part...
  • Melissa
    2018-09-24
    Oh my! It will take a day or two for my heart to stop pounding so fast! Such a great combination of action and romance. The identity of the villain wasn't too difficult to figure out, but the tense, thrilling situations are what make this book shine. Terrorists and a coordinated law enforcement effort come together for such an action packed thriller that I actually found myself holding my breath at times hoping that the various characters would b...
  • Sarah
    2018-10-24
    Whew! This is one intense suspense novel. Kristen is instantly endearing, as is widowed detective Luke. And let's just say he is VERY swoon-worthy. Liked this Code of Honor book better than the first, maybe because of the background shared about the Treehouse Gang (Colin, Kristen, Rick) in book 1. Interested to read Rick's story, whenever it releases. Learned a few more tidbits about him in Hidden Peril that will likely make him a rather compelli...
  • Amy
    2018-10-04
    Hidden Peril is book two from Irene Hannon's Code of Honor series. I liked this book. It was suspense filled, leaving me guessing "who done it". That kept me going and not wanting to put it down. I am giving Hidden Peril four and a half stars. I can not wait to find out what will happen next in the Code of Honor series. This is a great read and I recommend it for those who love a clean suspense.
  • Michelle Kidwell
    2018-11-05
    Hidden Perilby Irene HannonRevellChristianPub Date 02 Oct 2018I am reviewing a copy of Hidden Peril through Revell and Netgalley:Kristin Dane and her two best friends took a vow to make the world a better place as teens. Twenty years later she's fulfilling the promise she made as a teenager through her fair trade shop that features products from all over the world. Everything goes well until one by one , people connected to the shop start dying.D...
  • Dave
    2018-07-16
    I was pleasantly surprised. The romance side of the book will appeal to others more than it did to me, but wasn't overly annoying. The story kept me engaged and wondering just exactly what would happen until the end. The author did a good job of gradually revealing elements of the plot to allow the reader to make their own guesses about what was going on.
  • Deb Haggerty
    2018-10-23
    Deb’s Dozen: Candles, Murder, Cops, Menace. Good Deeds, Terrorists, Danger, Romance, and Hidden Peril.Irene Hannon has been one of my favorite authors for years, even more so after I had the opportunity to meet her in person and discovered we had much in common in our past. I’m sure I’ve read almost every book she’s written and was delighted to be given Hidden Peril, the latest book in her Code of Honor Series.When a book starts off with ...
  • Sara Wise
    2018-11-01
    ** “ … Trying to understand the mind of God was an exercise in futility. You had to trust in his goodness and accept that he saw the bigger picture, even if your own lens was murky.” **Irene Hannon continues the stories of the Treehouse Gang with Kristin’s story in “Hidden Peril,” a story of second chances and hoped for happy endings.Kristin Dane believes in helping people. A former Peace Corps member, she now runs a fair trade goods ...