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Multiple character driven suspense that ends up with each on a p
Multiple character driven suspense that ends up with each on a path thatWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
intersects to a deadly showdown.
Elizabeth Ward’s FBI undercover op went wrong in so many ways and now
she on the run from the Mob. She ends up on a ranch in Montana in hopes
of hiding out. Elizabeth had a tragic childhood and combine that with what
went down on the FUBAR op, she a little broken inside. But beneath all the
pain is a woman that can kick butt and take names. The last thing she needs
is to be attracted to the sexy rancher Nat when she knows her life expectancy
isn’t looking to good.
Nat Sullivan is on the verge of losing his family’s ranch. His mom’s health is
not good, his widower brother is grieving with booze and women leaving the
raising of his young daughter to Nat and there sister. Along with the huge
responsibilities of the ranch and his family, he’s also still bitter about a
relationship and not very trusting of women. When Elizabeth shows up to
rent one of his cabins he instantly knows this woman is running from trouble
and wants no part of it. But it’s not too long before he realizes she has
awakened something in him he thought was long dead, getting through
to a woman holding her secrets pretty close to the vest isn’t easy.
The story bounces between the ranch, the Mob bad guy and Elizabeth’s
FBI boss Marshall Hayes who’s trying to find her before the Mob does.
The author did a great job with the three separate stories going on that
eventually intersect at the end. There is a story arc started in this book
between Marsh and Elizabeth’s best friend Josephine that’s going to be
continued in their book Her Last Chance which comes out in December.
I really liked Elizabeth and Nat’s story but I have to say that I cannot wait
to read more about Marsh and Josephine.
Posted April 21, 2011
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