Book Review of Present Danger by Elizabeth Goddard

Present Danger (Rocky Mountain Courage, #1)


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.

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I didn’t get a chance to guess any of the mysteries!

I have rarely found suspense that surprises me with the many I’ve read and finding many of the same plotlines yet Elizabeth Goddard manages to surprise me at least once every book, and with “Present Danger” I found that I didn’t guess anything correctly.

The plot kept me guessing, the romance was a sweet second chance, and the family ties for both main characters were a touch that I loved, along with the wounded warrior who kept popping up.

The bottom line? “Present Danger” is another 5 star thriller from Goddard!

I voluntarily received and reviewed a complimentary e/copy of this book which I received from the author/publisher. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.

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