Eton’s Escape book 3 of the Bullard’s Battle.
Eton journeys to Switzerland, unimpressed at finding Garret there as his backup. Barely recovered but pissed and mobile, Garret refuses to be kept out of service any longer. Eton’s intel leads them to a small village, to a woman in distress, and to someone who likes cleaning up a trail a little too much.
Living a quiet life with her aging father, Sammy is surprised by an offer of help when she gets an unexpected flat tire. Strangers in this area are not common, and neither are they well received. Still this stranger’s a can-do person, and she instinctively turns to him when she soon needs additional help.
Only to find he’s partly why she’s in trouble—and he’s got bigger troubles of his own. Now they both had to get out of this nightmare and somewhere safe and sound, … before it’s too late.
Great action and suspense!
This is book 3 in the Bullard’s Battle series and it features Eton and Sammy. As the guys get closer to figuring out who’s behind this whole mess, Eton‘s journey takes him to Switzerland, which is where he meets Sammy. She’s strong willed and very independent. Their relationship unfolds strangely. They TALKED more about having a relationship than actually having one. I felt so bad for her with the whole situation regarding her father. It was heartbreaking.
The action and suspense were fantastic! The characters were great. Even though the romance doesn’t play a huge part in the story line, what little there is, is kind of just thrown in at the end.
Eton and Garett explore another lead to catch the group which attacked Bullard's plane. The setting is Switzerland and the land is anything but peaceful. A woman at the side of the road -- strong and determined, her own life uncertain. A romance, a mystery, page turning action, family, great characters. It is a standalone book but so much better when reading the series in order. Bravo!
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