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Book Review: Kate's Capitol

Kate's Capitol by Sarah Holman (5 star review)

Kate's Capitol // Kate's Case Files series, #2

written by Sarah Holman

175 pages // published in 2016 // Christian fiction


Do the small compromises we make daily really hurt anyone or matter to God?

Kate’s first case as an FBI agent is nothing like she expected. Posing as an intern at the Texas Capitol, she finds herself spending more time behind the computer than she does figuring out the case. Is Representative Jason Ashbury guilty of a third degree felony or is one of his staff to blame? And how is she supposed to handle the effect Patrick has on her?

Patrick was looking forward to guiding Kate through her first case, instead he was assigned to Ashbury’s home office in Tyler. He cannot figure out either the case or his relationship to Kate. Are Ashbury’s dedicated employees covering for him, or the instigators? Will Kate ever let him be her friend, or will she continue to push him away?

My Review...

5 Star Rating

I love Kate's Capitol just as much as the first book in the Kate's Case Files series -- maybe even a little better.

Kate's Capitol has political suspense and FBI intrigue. I found it to be a fun book, with a lot of interesting angles in the plot. It's Kate's first case as an FBI agent now. She and the rest of the team are taking on undercover roles at the Texas Capitol to investigate who is stealing extra money from Representative Jason Ashbury's campaign. Surely it's not Ashbury himself?

What do I like about it? The FBI agents fit together like a real team. They work together on heavy cases, play around with each other, and learn from each other. Kate is starting to fit right in at her new job. It's always good to see growth and change in your favorite literary characters (emotionally, spiritually, etc.), and Sarah Holman is pulling it off well in this series.

It's a clean read, with some hints of romance. What I like about Sarah Holman's books is that you'll always know that there won't be foul language or immoral situations in her writing, but there's always an inspirational, spirit-filled message.

Overall, I'm comfortable with sharing this series with any adult friends or teenagers. I definitely like the direction that this series is geared toward and will be excited to see more of this series in the future.

Kate's Capitol is available on Amazon in e-book format.

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