False Security is the third book in the Wilderness, Inc. series, yet it can be easily read as a stand alone. It is packed with danger, close calls, wilderness survival situations, and a love story that begins to rekindle when it seems that all hope may be lost.
I really liked the two main characters, Olivia and Zach. They had history together and their history was pretty heartbreaking. Their past love for each other added great tension to the story as they attempted to stay alive while searching for Olivia’s missing brother.
This novel had so many close calls and the danger stayed high all the way through the story! The author did a really good job of creating many struggles for the characters to work through while also building up the attraction between the two of them. I definitely recommend this book to those who enjoy romantic suspense.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinons are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Arriving at her secluded cabin to find her brother missing, Olivia Kendricks follows his trail into the woodsuntil two shooters take aim at her. She only escapes when ex-detective Zachary Long, her brother’s friendand Olivia’s first lovecomes to her rescue. Now as they run for their lives in the snowbound wilderness, they must search for her brother while figuring out why someone wants them dead. And though Zach’s police force training may be what will save them, it’s also what once drove them apart when he gave Olivia up to chase his dream. In a freezing landscape as deadly as it is beautiful, they’ll have to let go of the pastand face down powerful men willing to kill to keep secrets buried.
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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.