A mysterious plane crash . . . a dangerous trek through the Idaho wilderness . . . a smoldering attraction . . . and a deadly game of cat and mouse. In her latest tour de force of romantic suspense, New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard blends these elements into a gripping story that will keep readers breathless–and leave them begging for more. For in Linda Howard’s world, trust can be a weapon, a kiss can be a threat, and intimacy can be deadly.
Bailey Wingate’s scheming adult stepchildren are surprised when their father’s will leaves Bailey in control of their fortune, and war ensues. A year later, while flying from Seattle to Denver in a small plane, Bailey nearly dies herself when the engine sputters–and then fails.
Cam Justice, her sexy Texan pilot, manages to crash-land the aircraft. Stranded in the wilderness, and struggling to douse her feelings for the ruggedly handsome man by her side, Bailey begins to wonder whether this was a mere accident. Who tampered with their plane? Who’s trying to reunite Bailey and her husband in the afterlife? Cut off from the world, and with little hope of rescue, Bailey must trust her life–and heart–to Cam, as they battle the harsh elements to find a way out of the unforgiving wilds and back to civilization . . . where a killer may be waiting to finish the job.
Sexy, suspenseful, and lightning fast, Up Close and Dangerous showcases a beloved author at her dazzling best.
Very good read! So much detail that I felt like I was there with the characters!
A Must Read
I found this book in a friend’s house and then they moved away, I couldn’t stop thinking about it, once I bought and it downloaded I couldn’t put it down . You won’t be disappointed .
I enjoyed this book very much
This was a nice easy read I just with there was a little more insight into Seth’s decision to do a turnaround with his life. And of course I was looking forward to more revenge against the sister.
Most stories that involve aircraft have a lot of info so out of wack it makes me wonder if any research had been done at all. The only mistake I picked up in this is when one of the pilots talks about deadheading back from a trip. This would never happen because FAA rules state that private pilots are not allowed to deadhead on commercial flights. Otherwise bravo!