Read Hidden Online Free - Hidden—A Christian romantic suspense Home is where our story begins ... DANA JACOBS would rather forget the night of tragedy and violence that marred her childhood. She is now supervisor in charge of the Department of Homeland Security in Taos, New Mexico. Her team is prepared to handle any threat—biological, chemical, conventional, cyber, even nuclear.
BENJAMIN MARSHALL is newly assigned to Dana’s office. Straight from a six year military deployment, he is not what Dana wants or needs. Ben knows God has a reason for putting him in this place at this time—to help Dana. When a local school is threatened, they open a case which leads them on a chase through the Enchanted Circle and Carson National Forest, pursuing a man filled with a bitterness Dana can understand. But her anger is different. It’s justified, it remains hidden inside, and it hurts no one.
Can Dana face her own mortality? And when she does, can she truly understand what it means to forgive and to be forgiven?
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December 27, 2015
This novel was one of extremes for me.
The main characters Dana and Ben were likable. Their backgrounds added to the story line. Dana's spiritual journey was credible and I enjoyed watching it unfold. The criminal and criminal acts were solid.
My main concern is the romance between Dana and Ben whi...
August 27, 2017
This was okay writing wise, nowhere near as good as the first book of the 'Remnant Series'. Character development and pacing was wacky-not done well at all! Dana was annoying, and Ben, while I wanted to like him, was WAY too pushy about having a relationship with Dana! I mean, seriously! Ben has...
December 31, 2014
Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://tinyurl.com/lrvzozf
Have you ever picked up a book where the characters, steadily developing romance, plot, and setting all came together in such a way that you wanted to prolong the reading experience? That perfectly describes the way I felt about Vannetta C...
November 09, 2014
Favorite author, Vannetta Chapman, has now dipped her pen in the inkwell of contemporary fiction. Leaving Amish buggies behind in a cloud of New Mexico dust, she has woven a tale that moves with fascinating speed and intrigue in the dangerous world of Homeland Security.
A deranged man who has broo...
October 01, 2014
Hidden is a prime example of why Vannetta Chapman is such a fantastic author!
It doesn’t matter what she writes…
She is talented!
It won’t take more than a sentence to have you hooked. It won’t take more than a page before you’re pulled into the lives of these characters and then you simply can not...
December 22, 2014
Dana Jacobs is supervisor in charge of the local Homeland Security office in Taos, New Mexico. Benjamin Marshall is the new guy in town, assigned to Dana's office after a 6-year military deployment. His charming personality rankles Dana to the core in spite of his brilliance as an explosives expe...
July 30, 2016
(This review was originally published at sarahruut.com.)
The perfect blend of gripping suspense, tender romance and patient faith.
Dana and Ben find themselves in the midst of an investigation that not only endangers their entire team and their community, but also threatens to undermine everything...
October 04, 2014
Wow! No Other Words Necessary!
I have read all of author Vannetta Chapman’s Amish fiction books. I sit here amazed at the talent this author has. Yes, her Amish fiction books have been good but this story simply blew me away! I hated every minute that I had to put this book down. This is by far th...
March 06, 2016
In Hidden, Dana Jacobs manages the Taos office of the Department of Homeland Security. Her newest employee is Ben Marshall, an ex-Army explosives expert . . . which comes in handy when there’s a bomb scare at the local high school.
Ben senses an immediate connection with his new boss, a knowledge...
September 29, 2014
Inspirational… Romantic… Suspense…
Wow! That pretty much sums it up!
I wish I knew how Vannetta creates and describes her characters – they’re so full of life, so bigger than life!
I had barely made it into Chapter three when the descriptions I had been reading about fully enabled me to see, in my...