Falling in love can be a deadly proposition in this pulse-quickening Mission Recovery novel from the New York Times bestselling author.
Jess Taylor and Derek Daley were in the throes of first love in a small Vermont town when they were kidnapped by a serial killer. They escaped his clutches—but not the trauma of the unsolved crime. With their lives changed forever and their romance cut short, they went their separate ways to exorcise their fears.
Jess is living on the edge as Hollywood’s hottest stuntwoman. It’s no longer terror thrumming through her veins. It’s adrenaline. Derek is a former Navy SEAL spinning his ordeals into heart-pounding bestselling thrillers. But when Jess is called home on a family emergency, she must face the past—and face the man she left behind, who is just as haunted and, like her, still so much in love.
Now, as an old flame reignites, Jess and Derek are taking advantage of second chances and putting their bad memories behind them. But here, in the quiet town of Taylorville, a killer is getting a second chance as well.
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Exciting is one of the words to describe this book. There is intrigue, drama, heartbreak and romance and a large dose of evil. This is an excellent read and now ties my other favorite Dana Marton book “Girl in the Water”. I guessed who the bad guy was about half way into the story, but was not absolutely sure until the end. There is a disturbing quality to the story that makes this a truly excellent read. On an other note “stuntwomany” is my favorite word. Excellent read.
THREAT OF DANGER
THREAT OF DANGER by Dana Marton Mission.Recovery 2
Jess was a stuntwoman , liked being invisible, good at her job. A text, from her Mom, in Taylorville, a place of nightmares for her, yet, she was needed.
Nothing had changed, till panic set in seeing Derek, ten years, and part of her worst nightmare. Would she be rejected. Or could she conquer the fear. Was the madman still out there, waiting since she did live. Tense, gripping plot, of letting go of a horrible past, of dark memories. Was it possible to rebuild a life, instead of always being invisible. Dana has once again given readers a story that compels us to read to the end.
Given ARC by Net Galley and Montlake Publisher for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.