Firewall by DiAnn Mills



Blurb:
After a whirlwind romance, Taryn Young is preparing to board a plane at Houston International Airport, bound for a dream honeymoon, when a bomb decimates the terminal. Injured but still alive, she awakens to discover her husband is missing and they’re both considered prime suspects in the attack. Further, the FBI is convinced her husband isn’t who he appears to be.

Agent Grayson Hall’s number-one priority is to catch those responsible for the day’s act of terror. All evidence is pointing to Taryn and her new husband. But his instinct tells him her pleas of innocence are genuine. Is her naiveté just for show, or could she truly be another victim of a master scheme, possibly linked to the software she recently developed for her company?

With both their lives and reputations on the line, and the media outcry for justice increasing with each passing minute, Taryn and Grayson have no choice but to trust one another . . . and pray they can uncover the truth before they become two more casualties.
Firewall is a suspense read, and it is book one in a three part series about the FBI in Houston. The opening begins with an airport terminal explosion. The main character wakes up with fingers pointing to her as the cause, and her new husband is MIA. The FBI agent on the case is left with the possibility that the woman involved is actually innocent. They get together (of course, it's a romance) but it's a clean read.

I love a good thriller, and this fit the bill for light summer reading. It is a Christian suspense, so expect references.

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10th Anniversary Edition of Vegan with a Vengeance

Vegan with a Vengeance: Celebrating 10 Years of Vegan Domination by Isa Chandra Moskowitz is out and it kicks butt.



I've reviewed it on my blog Sand and Succotash, and included the recipe for Garlicky Kale with Tahini Dressing, too.
10 years ago, Isa Chandra Moskowitz put out a vegan cookbook that upended the typical stereotype of vegan cuisine with the emphasis on liberated and inexpensive vegan cooking. The original Vegan with a Vengeance contained a stockpile of recipes that were animal-free, and both tasted and looked great on the plate. 10 years later, she celebrates the anniversary with an updated version that contains ‘streamlined ingredients’ and ‘easier directions.’ And while it has many new recipes in the new book, the core feel is still the same – that cooking is fun and shouldn’t be complicated. Especially if you’re vegan.

Read the full review and try the recipe: Vegan with a Vengeance by Isa Chandra Moskowitz.