About the Book
Former FBI Special Agent Jack Tanner is working as a detective in Montana when he comes across a body in the national forest during a search and rescue mission. He’s committed to finding the killer, even if it means working alongside his old flame, US Forest Service Special Agent Terra Connors.
When Terra discovers that the murder victim had ties to a powerful and dangerous trafficker of archaeological artifacts, the investigation takes a deadly turn–one that hits too close to home. As Terra fears she lacks the courage to face what comes next, Jack is more determined than ever to protect her. But he’s failed her before. And if he fails this time, it will cost them far more than just their hearts.
Join bestselling and award-winning author Elizabeth Goddard as she plunges you into a web of deceit made of hidden crimes, open threats, and long-buried family secrets in this gripping first book of an explosive new series.
In My Opinion
Elizabeth Goddard begins a new series with lots of action, a huge mystery, plenty of twists and turns, and an abundance of romantic tension between Jack and Terra. In other words, Present Danger is a book to add to your to be read list right away.
Jack and Terra have a history that ended abruptly, so when an investigation throws them together again, there are a lot of dynamics happening—questions of what happened all those years ago, the determination to keep things professional despite their past, learning more about who the other is now.
As if that weren’t enough, there is also a plane crash, a dead body, and archaeological artifacts creating a mystery. One that someone doesn’t want solved.
I’m always a fan of books that take me by surprise, and Present Danger did that on more than one occasion. The cameos by some of the characters from Goddard’s Uncommon Justice series make this one that much more enjoyable.
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