About the Book
After Erin Larson barely survives a boating accident and learns her mother tried to commit suicide on the same day, she decides to move to Montana to care for her mother. She continues to work on her podcast which features missing persons cold cases, hoping to at least do something meaningful despite the unraveling of her personal life. Nathan Campbell is intrigued by Erin’s work on cold cases, as his own father was shot while working on a similar case. However, Nathan and Erin have a personal past, and their working relationship may get messy. But soon it’s obvious that they are being targeted, and working together may be the only way to successfully move forward.
About the Author
Elizabeth Goddard is the USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of more than fifty novels, including Present Danger and the Uncommon Justice series. Her books have sold over one million copies. She is a Carol Award winner and a Daphne du Maurier Award finalist. When she’s not writing, she loves spending time with her family, traveling to find inspiration for her next book, and serving with her husband in ministry. For more information about her books, visit her website at http://www.ElizabethGoddard.com.
This series has been so good; jam packed with action and suspense! I loved Erin and Nathan. They have such a fierce love for family and their passion for helping family and friends is incredible. I liked that they had a past and then reconnected to form a new relationship years later; it made their relationship more realistic and believable, I think. The suspense in this book is spot on: it starts with a bang and has tons of surprising twists and turns! I had a really hard time putting the book down. I do not think you have to read the first book to understand this one, but there are a few characters that appear in both stories, which is fun to read. I really enjoyed this novel and cannot wait for book three. I definitely recommend this series to all lovers of contemporary suspense!
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. Opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.