Danger on Dakota Ridge

Danger on Dakota Ridge

by Cindi Myers

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Her enemy. Her protector.

And yet he’s the last man she wants to see….

Paige Riddell never expects her relaxing hike to end in gunfire…or in Rob Allerton’s strong arms. The handsome DEA agent arrested her troubled brother years ago. Now he suspects a connection to a prominent Colorado developer’s death. The feisty blonde vows to prove her brother’s innocence, until she becomes the murderer’s target. But when her greatest adversary becomes her live-in bodyguard, protecting her 24/7, Paige wonders what will be the cause of her undoing: the killer…or her fierce attraction to Rob.

Eagle Mountain Murder Mystery

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335639479
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/18/2018
Series: Eagle Mountain Murder Mystery , #4
Edition description: Original Large Print
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 799,599
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Cindy Myers became one of the most popular people in eighth grade when she and her best friend wrote a torrid historical romance and passed the manuscript around among friends. Fame was short-lived, alas; the English teacher confiscated the manuscript. Since then, Cindy has written more than 50 published novels. Her historical and contemporary romances and women’s fiction have garnered praise from reviewers and readers alike.

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Danger on Dakota Ridge 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 12 days ago
Disliked the heroine-bad tempered and pushy. Most other characters were one dimensional. Liked the setting. Plot not surprising. May check out the author in the future to see if I like another work any better. pbn
BooksAndSpoons More than 1 year ago
An intriguing and explosive investigation to the mysterious Eagle Mountain Resort, to all the shenanigans and criminal activity that has been associated with the place ever since the start of the series. The build-up for the conclusion of many of the crimes has been intense, and the odd death of Henry Hake, the former owner of the half-built resort, tipped off that more than meets the eye has been happening at the small mountain town resort. The energy between Paige Riddell and Rob Allerton is sizzling. The attraction between them is strong, nearly visible force, even though Paige is doing all in her power to deny it. Paige is a strong, smart, passionate woman who loves her brother, her hometown, and the environment surrounding it. She is known as a straight-talking activist, who avoids relationships after being burn in a marriage. Rob loves her passion, her ability to stand up for herself, and the fierceness she looks after her brother. Parker, Paige's brother, turns out to be as protective of his sister, as well. I loved how Parker formed a relationship with Rob, how he didn't hold his own past mistakes against Rob, who arrested him. All the main characters are charismatic and likable, the supporting cast and crew having important roles in the development of the tale, as the plot thickens and the mystery surrounding the Eagle Mountain Resort gets new twists. I enjoyed the story, and the romance developing between Rob and Paige had the spark and fire that I have come to expect in the relationships in this series. There wasn't that much about the background of Rob revealed, just that he was dedicated to his career, loved his extended family, and was a charming and protective man. The mystery and suspense were twisted and deadly, yet all the strings are brought together at the end, every crime and the culprits coming to the light all the way from the beginning of the series. A fiery and violent crime spree in a small mountain town comes to a tense conclusion. An entertaining series that held me captive from the very start with heightened tension, sharp twists in the plot, and ardent romance stories that warmed the hearts of the readers. ~ Four Spoons