What would you do if you were accused of a crime you didn’t commit?
Kate watched as her campus was torn apart by bombs and now is being accused of perpetrating the crime. As the evidence quickly stacks up against her, she begins to lose hope that the truth will come to light. Even though the handsome FBI Agent, Patrick, has taken up her cause, will they be able to prove her innocence? Will God, who she neglected for so long, listen to her prayers for help?
Patrick is an agent with a very special team of agents. He wants to help Kate prove she is innocent, but as each new piece of evidence is revealed, that goal seems harder. He wonders why he feels so compelled to help her and so sure she is innocent despite the evidence. Will he be willing to put his job on the line to help her? Can he trust in God to make sure the truth will come out in the end?
When I first heard about this book, I wasn’t sure what to think. Then I started reading it, just a little bit before bed. Over two hours later, I finished the book. Now I want the next book in the series. 😀
I thought the characters were all well-rounded. I would have liked maybe a little more backstory about Kate, but am hoping that will come forward in the next books.
The Christianity, wit, and sarcasm of each character was well done. I loved how Scott kept challenging Patrick to go on God’s strength rather than his own.
There were plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing. I had a suspicion who that criminal was, but it wasn’t so obvious that I could know for sure.
Over-all writing quality:
Very well done. I can’t even remember if there were any typos. The writing was engaging and kept me reading well past my bedtime.
As I mentioned before, I couldn’t stop reading and didn’t until I finished the book.
Even if you don’t typically like suspenseful books, I think you’d like this one. Kate’s Innocence also gives you a slightly different look into the FBI.
Note: I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.