Chelsea Turner barely managed to survive at the hands of a psychotic stalker. She is still fighting inner demons when circumstances force her into hiding with the one man she's desperately trying to avoid: sinfully handsome, confirmed bachelor, Blake Harrington.
As Blake Harrington's boat explodes, killing two of his closest friends, he is certain it wasn't an accident. Convinced he's still in danger, Blake pulls Chelsea into hiding with him and turns to his old college friend, Special Agent Nicholas Braun, for help.
As Blake, Chelsea, and Nicholas search for answers, they find someone is ruthlessly determined to keep secrets buried. As they discover a trail of lies and deceit, will they be able to expose the truth before more lives are lost?
A charming group of characters, who find themselves in the world of trouble, with their lives in danger.
The story continues where the previous Trail series book ends. To get more out of this story, I would recommend to read it first.
The turmoil after the attacks is still heavy in their minds, as they try to gather their lives again.
The book is riddled with characters, friends, with intertwined story-lines. They are young, successful, and charismatic. Love interests, romances, fears, and disappointments are part of their life.
Then tragedy hits again. The suspense intensifies as the story unfolds. New threat and danger seems to be behind every corner, keeping the momentum high.
The attraction between Blake and Chelsea is alluring. They get to know each other, share about their lives and dreams, while on the run, before moving into a more intimate relationship. You can see how the characters are growing and developing, as the story goes on. After several life and death situations, they re-evaluate their life, set priorities in different order, embracing life and love.
The story gets a bit scattered with so many characters, with points of views, and their own storyline in the book.
~ Three spoons
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