Justice lies just on the other side of fear
At the advice of her therapist, Harper Reynolds has traded her job as a crime scene photographer for a more peaceful life taking photographs of the natural world. But her hopes for a life surrounded by the serenity of the outdoors are dashed when she inadvertently captures a murder being committed. She flees the scene in fear–and loses the camera.
Former Green Beret Heath McKade, a reserve deputy in an understaffed county, has been called in to protect Harper, a childhood friend he is surprised to see back in the area. When Harper learns that the sheriff’s department can’t find any evidence of the murder she witnessed, she is determined to do what she can to see that justice is done. What neither Harper nor Heath could know is how many explosive secrets from the past will be exposed–or how deeply they will fall for each other.
Woo-hoo. This is a good one.
I read the first book in this series and it was okay but to me this one was amazing. I really liked it (if you can’t tell).
The mystery of what was going, what happened to Harper’s camera so she could prove she really did see a murder, kept propelling me through the book. Who was behind the murder and why? Which we do get to see the POV of the murderer, which always makes things interesting.
The slow, sweet romance between Harper and Heath was just as engaging as the mystery, too.
If you are a romantic suspense fan I am sure you will want to pick this book up and read it.
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A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher. All opinions are my own.