When her son is kidnapped at Christmastime, a therapist must turn to an FBI agent for help—before it's too late…
Something is stopping Special Agent Jack Prescott from being his best. He's run countless missions, but when one hits too close to home, he needs help that most men wouldn't ask for. Andrea McNeil has counseled plenty of FBI professionals before, but no one has been harder to reach than Jack.
She's never been involved with one of her patients up close and personal, but when her son is abducted, she turns to Jack for help. Now they have to help each other to bring her son home and stay a step ahead of his kidnappers.
Both of them need a breakthrough—and a miracle—if they're going to bring Ian home for Christmas.
From the moment Andrea and Jack meet each other, there's a palpable connection. And even though there's undeniable physical attraction in between them, the connection goes much deeper and takes root in their minds and hearts fast and tight. I loved how they bonded, were receptive towards the other, transparent, holding nothing back. And though it was rabid and swift, it was believable and convincing.
But this connection is taken to a test when Andrea's son is kidnapped. The constantly building and strengthening fear and danger creeps up to you, and gives you the chills. The elements of nature around them adds to the challenge of survival, exposing them to peril, driving them to pitfalls, and bring a new menace on their heels.
The possibilities of surviving are less, the vulnerability is higher, and the help isn't able to reach them.
The book deliver on every level, it brings intense situations that had me on the edge, with heart raising danger, and certain of the peril the characters would face. It has ardent passion between Jack and Andrea, and incredibly cute times between Andrea's son and Jack. The characters are charismatic and enjoyable making it easy to root for them, they are engaging and good-natured, holding your interest and they make you want to cheer them on. Even though the book had a satisfying ending and the case was closed, there are issues that run through the series and still require answers. There's absolutely no cliffhanger at the end, but the keen interest for the series to continue is high.
A spine-tingling thrill ride, filled with danger from the culprits and hazard from nature, along with wondrous human connections, fervent passion, and a heartwarming family unit. All this in a tale that unfolds in fronts of you like a riveting action movie, holding you on the edge of your seat
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side
Cindi Myers worked as a newspaper reporter, travel agent and medical clinic manager before turning to writing full time. She's written both historical and contemporary romance, as well as dozens of short stories and nonfiction articles. Cindi thinks writers have the best job in the world.
Former president of San Antonio Romance Authors, Cindi is a member of Romance Writers of America, Novelists Inc., and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.
She and her husband and their two dogs live in the mountains Southwest of Denver. When she's not caught up in creating new characters and stories, Cindi enjoys reading, quilting, gardening, skiing and hiking. She's also in demand as a speaker, teaching workshops and making presentations to both local and national writing groups.
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