Little girl lost
Ruby Hudson finds new evidence that could shed light on her childhood friend's disappearance. But she'll have to fight for her life to keep it out of the wrong person's hands. Cooper Stokes' brother is still the prime suspect, and as the cold case heats up, so do Ruby's forgotten feelings for Cooper. Ruby wants justice for her friend. Cooper wants to prove his brother's innocence. Despite being on opposite sides, they find themselves drawn to one another. But the deeper they dig into decades-old secrets, the closer they come to having to make a choice between family and love.
Wings of Danger: The path to love is treacherous
Superb romance! This author has become one of my favourites because of her unique settings and riveting plots. In Hazardous Homecoming even the suspense is more...well, suspenseful! It's not just the danger lurking in every corner of the rugged landscape, but in the decades old mystery that doesn't want to be solved. Honestly, I was yo-yoing between suspects until every character in the book became a threat in my mind and then -- light bulb moment (not until very near the end though). It was just something that was said and I thought "Wait, why is it phrased that way?" Ohhhhhhhh! Rush of armchair-sleuth-solving adrenalin. Brilliant! And so is the romance. A wary first meet becomes a sweet, steady swell of something special until things get so complicated that Ruby and Cooper find themselves at opposite ends of an impossible mess. Talk about emotional entanglements! A page-turner from beginning to end.
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