Welcome! Vannetta Chapman is the author of thirty published books which includes Dead Wrong, The Amish Christmas Matchmaker, and Plain and Simple Miracles series. Vannetta currently writes for Harper Collins Christian Publishing and Harlequin/Love Inspired. She recently signed a contract with Harlequin/Love Inspired for six additional books. Vannetta has a BA and MA in English Literature from University of Texas at Arlington. She currently teaches English at Central Texas College as well as writes. Vannetta Chapman has a blog plus readers can find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.
Fading into the Night by Vannetta Chapman has Nora Brooks heading off to Shipshewana, Indiana to thwart a cyber-attack by elusive Dash. Nora has been chasing this terrorist for some time, but he always manages to disappear without a trace. They were able to track him to the tourist town of Shipshewana where Nora encounters Benjamin Lapp. Ben was surprised on his way to barn to find a woman all in black with a gun pointed at him. Dash is a chameleon and a charming one at that, but he would have no clue how to milk a cow which eliminates Ben as the threat. Nora was shot hunting for Dash, so Ben cleans up her wound while she explains her mission. Ben wants to help stop the threat to his community and Nora could use the assistance. They join forces to catch the elusive Dash and stop his threats once and for all.
Fading into the Night by Vannetta Chapman is the first book in the new Cyber Division series. It first appeared in Summer of Suspense. Fading into the Night is a short story at only fifty-five pages, but it is a captivating. I was instantly drawn into this suspenseful book. It is short but packed with action. I liked Nora who is a strong female agent who does not let a bullet wound stop her from completing her mission. Ben Lapp was the perfect counterpart for Nora. Shipshewana was the ideal spot for Dash to pick because the area does not have camera and most of the community lives without electricity. He can blend while he plots his latest attack. I appreciated the epilogue which nicely completed the story. Fading into the Night has suspense, mystery and action. I enjoyed this riveting tale and cannot wait to read Midnight Strike.
Fading into the Night is available through Amazon* (Amazon UK). Midnight Strike is the second novel in the Cyber Division series and it releases on January 3. I hope I have helped you to find a new book to read today. Tomorrow I will return to feature Verse and Vengeance by Amanda Flower. It is the fourth tale in A Magical Bookshop Mystery series. I hope that you have an inspiring day. Take care and Happy Reading!
The Avid Reader
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