Tailspin is another exciting addition to the Mountain Cove series. If you haven’t read the other books, this one stands alone nicely. However, I have really enjoyed reading each book in the series and then meeting up with the characters as they reappear in future novels.
Tailspin drops the reader into the action right from the very beginning and keeps up an intense pace throughout. The two main characters are likable and strong individuals. I couldn’t help but feel scared and nervous for them as they entered into dangerous situations. Sometimes I felt that Sylvie headed into danger without being fully prepared for what she would need to handle. But, fortunately, Will was also a strong character and tried his best to protect her while also recognizing that she was a strong and determined woman. I liked that Will and Sylvie both had their own fears to overcome in this novel and were put to the test many times.
I definitely recommend this story to those who enjoy romantic suspense.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
DIVING INTO DANGER
Nothing can stop Sylvie Masters from scuba diving to find her mother’s downed plane—except possibly the hit man determined to keep the truth from surfacing. When brave bush pilot Will Pierson comes to her rescue, she knows she can still reach her goal, but she needs his help. Will wants answers about the crash, too, especially since his mother was the missing plane’s pilot. He’ll be the hero Sylvie needs, but can he ever trust her? Sylvie is shrouded in secrets that keep leading her back to Mountain Cove. Secrets someone will kill for. Will may protect her, yet no one can persuade her to end her search…not even a killer.
Mountain Cove: In the Alaskan wilderness, love and danger collide.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Elizabeth Goddard is an award-winning author of nineteen romance and romantic suspense novels, including the romantic mystery, The Camera Never Lies—winner of the prestigious Carol Award in 2011. After acquiring her computer science degree, she worked at a software firm before eventually retiring to raise her four children and become a professional writer. A member of several writing organizations, she judges numerous contests and mentors new writers. In addition to writing, she home schools her children and serves with her husband in ministry.
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