Burden of Proof Book Review

by Sandy Kirby Quandt

If you enjoy fast-paced Christian romantic suspense with characters, twists, and turns that keep you guessing until the final chapter, then DiAnn Mills’ Burden of Proof  is the book for you.

Filled with likable, as well as despicable, characters Burden of Proof tells the story of FBI hostage negotiator, April Ramos, and her kidnapper, Jason Snyder, as they work together to solve a murder in a small east Texas town run by a corrupt sheriff.

After a strange woman thrusts an infant into April’s arms and runs off, Jason shows up demanding she turn the child over to him.

Jason seems sincere, but should April actually trust a fugitive accused of murdering his best friend while he’s pointing a gun at her?

In a town filled with secrets, April must rely on all her skills to discover the truth, while Jason works hard to prove his innocence and find the real murderer.

When I began Burden of Proof, I didn’t expect to get hooked on the story so fast, but I sure enough did. I imagine you will too, as you follow the twists and turns DiAnn so expertly weaves throughout April and Jason’s story.

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I wish you well.

Sandy

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The author provided me with a complimentary copy of this book for a fair and honest review, which is exactly what I gave.

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