Sunday, July 23, 2017

Wilderness Reunion (Wilderness, Inc. #4) by Elizabeth Goddard

Title: Wilderness Reunion (Wilderness, Inc. #4)
Author: Elizabeth Goddard
Pages: 215
Release Date: July 4, 2017
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense
Format: Paperback (also available in eBook)
Note: I received a free copy of this book from the author. I have chosen to write this review to express my personal opinion.

About the book:

     Moving Targets!

     After stumbling on a drug operation, Alice Wilde races through the woods as bullets whiz past, using her skills as a wilderness guide to elude her pursuers. But she doesn’t stay safe for long once one of the armed men recognizes her…and starts stalking her. When the sheriff asks her to guide his men and photojournalist Griffin Slater—her ex-boyfriend—to the crime scene, though, she can’t refuse. Alice knows Griffin’s just there for a story, but after the two of them are separated from the rest of the group, he’s the only person who can save her. And with someone willing to do anything to hunt them down, Alice must put aside their past if she wants to survive.

My review:

     Filled with intense heart-pounding action and danger!

     This is a stand-alone story. Really the only thing that you can gain by reading this book after the others in the series is the ability to recognize the names of some very minor characters.

     I love the vulnerability that Alice displays. At the same time she has the courage and strength to carry on and do what she needs to do. Her help is vital to the cause of bringing justice. She is wounded by a past memory and it has crippled her abilities. She is also carrying wounds caused by Griffin’s departure from her life. The emotional journey that she goes on in this book trying to learn to trust Griffin again is great. She also has to learn to lean on God for His protection.

     The story is very twisted and it really kept my interest. I desperately wanted Alice and the rest of the group to survive their trek into danger. I needed to find out who the bag guys were and see how they were dealt with.

     This marvelous book is getting a 5 star rating from me. I highly recommend it.

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