Emma and Craig fought so hard for their love, and came together at the end of Edge of the Heat against all the odds.
Now Emma's heart is sunk at the very real chance that Craig will be taken from her for good, either by nature or by design.
Can Emma win him back in time for him to care about saving her when her ex-husband's evil plans land her tied up in the back of an RV speeding to Mexico?
The action, suspense, mystery was well written, kept me clued to my Kindle. It has some curves to it that were surprise, angles that made it all interesting. The strong point of the series!
The romance still feels a bit clumsy, but better than in book one. Heat level of the story also arises with a love scene. I don't know how it is possible to make love just few days after life treading injuries and surgery, but here they do. Good for them!
The male characters are true alpha, strong and capable, but not afraid to show their feelings (yes, they cry).
The heroine, Emma, seems to be run by her emotions, a bit excitable. Tends to forget everything and everyone else except the focus of her current emotion.
The villain is truly evil sociopath. When some parts of the story is told by his point of view, it made my skin crawl.
The book does not end with a cliff hanger, but with a possibility of more to the story.
Three spoons for part two as well.
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