About the Book
When Coast Guard Investigative Service Special Agent LOGAN PERRY’s beloved grandfather is murdered, Logan races to his hometown of Cauldron Creek, New Mexico to investigate the murder. His teammate and friend, EMMY THORTON, insists on joining him. Not a good idea—not when he loves her, but carries a secret that he knows will tear them apart.
Emmy knows Logan will pursue the investigation no matter the cost, and she won’t let the man she loves plunge into a dangerous situation alone. She needs to be at his side, even if he believes friendship is her only reason for joining him.
What looks like a robbery gone wrong rapidly shifts, drawing Emmy and Logan into a dizzying maze where nothing is as it appears. Every lead slips through their fingers as threats against them grow deadlier at each turn. Having only each other to rely on, their love for one another deepens, but will they live long enough to admit their attraction to each other?
They’re in the killer’s sights. One wrong move puts their future together and their lives on the line.
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In My Opinion
Since the first time Logan and Emmy appeared on a page together in Dani Pettrey’s Coastal Guardians series, I wanted more of their story. And oh boy, did Pettrey deliver in The Shifting Current.
This book serves as a bridge between the author’s last series and her upcoming one (as a former resident of New Mexico, I’m looking forward to a full series set there!) but more importantly, it is chock full of the (finally) blooming relationship between Emmy and Logan and suspense that will keep you guessing.
This investigation is personal for Logan and as Emmy supports and comforts him, you can see what a great team they make—in both investigations and in life. And that epilogue? Totally worth the wait!
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