Prison by Toni V. Lee West Bow Press ISBN 978-1-4497-4851-7

The relationship between Sonja Grey and Max Trent did not start well. Both are undercover detectives and there is some tension between them. They are assigned to work together on a case and this brings about serious changes. Prison, by Toni V. Lee, is their story.
Sonja and Max are to capture a drug dealer, Rock, in the act of selling drugs. Coincidentally, Rock has chosen Sonja’s church as his place of business as he feels no one will suspect him of anything. Due to Rock’s arrogance and high opinion of himself, he doesn’t suspect he is being watched. Sonja and Max put a plan into action and a seemingly successful end is in view. At the last minute, chaos erupts which could end in tragedy.
The characters are interesting people. Sonja’s family is loving, honest and generous. They are a family with strong faith and actually enjoy being together. Some are blunt and some eccentric. One always knows where one stands with them. They are an integral part of the novel.
This is a fast moving story and easy to read.
I received this book free from the publisher through the book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review.


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