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Point of No Return by Tanya Jean Russell #Review #RomanticSuspense #Giveaway #BlogTour


Jake Williams has been undercover as a captain at Great Britain Air for months and he’s beyond frustrated. Tasked with finding the airline insiders who are smuggling chemical weapons into the country, he’s getting nowhere fast.   

Bree Phillips has spent her whole life wanting to travel and experience life outside of the small village she grew up in, but her family needed her. Now, years later than planned, she is finally joining her best friend to work for Great Britain Air, and her adventure is beginning.

Jake knows he is better off alone, it keeps him sharp and focused, but despite his efforts to keep Bree at a distance, she is drawn further and further into his world. Both have to ask themselves whether some risks are worth taking.


My Review:

This is a contemporary romantic suspense with an undercover agent endeavouring to discover just who is involved in smuggling chemical weapons into England. He is Jake Williams, working as a captain for Great Britain air and he’s been working there for months with no real success. He’s a loner, friendly but not making real friends – he can’t if he’s to discover who the culprits behind this dangerous enterprise are. When he meets the new airline stewardess, Bree Phillips, he’s shocked at his attraction to her. This is unheard of for him and, in an effort to negate her distracting him from his job, he comes across as blunt, uncaring and derogatory.

Bree grew up in a small village and had always dreamed of travelling the world as a stewardess with her best friend, Simon. Now that dream is coming true and, despite the negative attitudes of her boyfriend and Captain Williams, she’s determined to make the most of her new adventures. However, neither had foreseen the dangers they would encounter or just what would happen to them as their journey puts them both in the firing line of the smugglers….

With a developing relationship, frightening encounters and surprising bravery, this is an engaging romantic suspense, complete with red herrings to keep you guessing and keeping you entertained if you enjoy escaping into this genre.

I requested and was gifted a copy of this book and this is my honest review after choosing to read it.

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Author Bio –

Tanya Jean lives in England with her award winning performer husband, Fisher Stevens, and their two teenage boys.

​She has always loved (been obsessive about) books, and has an embarrassingly huge and ever growing pile of things that she just ‘has’ to read, next to her bed. 

​The Cabin Crew Series, Broken Trust & Point of No Return, allowed her to combine her love of writing with her experiences of working in the airline world.

She squeezes her writing (daydreaming…) around her family and her day job , and is convinced that chocolate & diet coke should be considered a well-balanced diet.  

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