Elizabeth Goddard returns to the Washington coast with a book that does not let go of it’s fast pace!
About the Book
Perilous reunion at sea
When shipwreck archaeologist Cora Strand is attacked and the research boat she’s on explodes, her ex comes to her rescue. Years ago, Kirk Higgins forfeited her heart, and now with no memory of who attacked her, Cora must trust him with her life. But at the risk of blowing his cover, can the NCIS agent stop a killer determined to put them both in a watery grave?
In My Opinion
Elizabeth Goddard opens Distress Signal with this line: This was not how she wanted to die. And from there, the speed of this story is set at break-neck.
There is very little breathing room in Goddard’s latest book. Cora is always in danger, even when she (and Kirk) believe they’ve avoided it. And I never knew who to trust, which makes the story that much more intense.
I loved that Kirk and Cora’s history and the doubt both had/have regarding a relationship is authentic, impactful, and relevant.
From the ocean diving to the threats on Farrow Island, Kirk’s one goal is to keep Cara safe. One that becomes more challenging as he tries to unravel the truth and all the players involved.
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