Healing Danger by Maddie Wade

Healing Danger

By Maddie Wade

  • Release Date: 2016-06-10
  • Genre: Suspense
Score: 4
From 12 Ratings
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Dealing with the horrific murder of her best friend is more than enough for school teacher Lauren Cassidy, but now a madman has decided that she needs to die for her part in that death. With her life in danger and her past catching up to her, will she stay alive long enough to trust the one man she never forgot with her heart?

With the promise to catch a killer and keep Lauren safe, Dane Bennett must now protect her from the evil in her past and present. A sick cult group with ties to the government and the rich and powerful are determined to use her powers for their own evil gain. Will Dane be able to protect the woman he loves or will he have his chance at happiness snatched away. Dane must use every ounce of his elite special forces training to keep her safe, even if it means breaking her heart.

Determined to stop the evil that threatens the world and avenge the death of a friend, will Lauren and Dane be able to overcome their intense attraction to stop the people determined to end her life and start Armageddon or will their passion blind them.


  • Poor proofreading disrupts a ok plot

    By NoMoreGuardians
    This should have been a decent start to a family series, but the formatting, grammatical errors, and incorrect words are highly distracting. The plot is mostly predictable, the female lead has a talent that’s barely employed, but could have been nicely incorporated.
  • Story was good, but punctuation was bad

    By Cris Ipod
    This is a good book with entertaining plot and characters. But it really, really needs the grammar and punctuation fixed. Every time I got into the story I’d come to a paragraph that split off weirdly, had commas in the wrong places, or seemed to be dropped mid-sentence without explanation. It’s frustrating. Despite that, I finished the book and would gladly read the next installment— but only if it’s cleaned up.