It should have been a simple mission...
Pararescueman Wade Rocha fast ropes from the back of a helicopter into a blizzard to save a climber stranded on an Aleutian Island, but Sunny Foster insists she can take care of herself just fine...
But when it comes to passion, nothing is ever simple. With the snowstorm kicking into overdrive, Sunny and Wade hunker down in a cave and barely resist the urge to keep each other warm... until they discover the frozen remains of a horrific crime. Unable to trust the local police force, Sunny and Wade investigate, while their irresistible passion for each other gets them more and more dangerously entangled.
Another action packed thrill ride, I absolutely loved spending time with!
There wasn't only fight against the threat of the evil villain with his many unknown webs, there was the fight against the nature, and partly the society at large.
So many layers to this story, that kept my interest from the beginning. The many different aspects of the suspense, the hazard of the wilderness, the different love stories braided into the story.
Also the concept of the last frontier town, their little society, with their own rules and regulations was fascinating.
Wade and Sunny had so many roadblocks in their way, the risk of trusting each other may be the largest one. I loved how they're worked their relationship obstacles out, and made compromises, supported each other...
It is a must read, in my opinion, for all romantic suspense fans ~ Five spoons!
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