Thursday, February 5, 2015
Sabotaged - A Review
Series - Alaskan Courage Book 5
Author - Dani Pettrey
Title - Sabotaged
Format - ebook, paper
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Reef McKeena has finally returned home. Accepting his family's love and forgiveness hasn't always been easy for him, but he's working hard to make them proud of him. When he volunteers to do Search and Rescue for the Iditarod race, he finds himself paired with local vet Kirra Jacobs. Kirra was a goody-goody growing up. And she and Reef were always at odds for some reason or another. He's the last person she wants to be partnered with, but he claims to have changed. When Reef catches her sneaking out of camp one night in search of her uncle, who has gone missing, Reef knows he has to join her. Soon the pair find themselves racing against time, and the race itself, to get answers and locate Kirra's kidnapped cousin before disaster strikes. But as Reef and Kirra are pulled into more and more danger, neither can deny their growing feelings. Reef wants to show Kirra that he would never hurt her, but Kirra's been hurt bad in the past and is afraid to trust this former bad-boy.
I think that this conclusion to the McKenna family saga is my favorite. I have loved each book in this series, but for some reason, Reef just climbed further into my heart than the other siblings.
True to Pettrey's style, this book is an adventure ride to the finish. I actually found myself having to put the book down because I needed sleep. I love the family dynamics in the McKenna family. I love how they are willing to help each other out, no questions asked.
I also loved how Reef didn't pressure Kirra to share her past. Yes he finds out. But he was willing to give her space. I also loved how Kirra had no other option but to trust Reef.
While I'm sad to say goodbye to this family, I'm excited to see what Dani has in store for her readers next.
I received this book for free from the author for the purpose of promoting. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recommended to fans of Dee Henderson, Irene Hannon, Dani Pettrey, romantic suspense, Terri Blackstock.
Rating - 5 stars