Psst, let me tell you a secret (ok, if you visit regularly, it’s probably not such a secret). I am a little addicted to the Love Inspired lines (especially the Love Inspired Suspense line). When I read the description of Sarah Varland’s Mountain Refuge, I knew I needed to read it.
In My Opinion
Danger and death lurk amid the rugged and majestic beauty of the Alaskan wilderness in Sarah Varland’s Mountain Refuge.
When Clay Hitchcock arrives in the small town of Moose Haven the last thing he expects is to be thrust into protection detail for a woman attacked. Yet he can’t help but admire Summer Dawson’s strength and beauty.
As the two race to uncover the identity of a potential serial killer—one who has taken to taunting Summer—they find themselves in the crosshairs of a madman.
With plenty of action to keep the story moving along with sizzling attraction and mutual admiration between the hero and heroine, Mountain Refuge pumps the reader’s adrenaline throughout.
I’m hoping we get to spend some more time in Alaska with the Dawson siblings (there are four of them).
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About the Book
When someone tries to grab Summer Dawson on a secluded mountain path, she escapes—but soon discovers she’s a serial killer’s latest target. Her brother’s friend, ex-cop Clay Hitchcock, promises she won’t become the next victim, though, even if it means putting himself at risk. Clay thought he was done with law enforcement, but after finding Summer running for her life off a mountain trail, he’s back in cop mode. Determined to protect her, Clay shadows the brave, beautiful mountain runner. Now if they want to stay alive, Clay and Summer must work together to bring down the crazed killer lurking in the wilderness.