Thursday, October 10, 2013

Forsaken (Beartooth, Montana #3) by B.J. Daniels (book review)

Danger runs high and passions burn hot in Montana's wild country

Big-city detective Bentley Jamison is a long way from home in the Beartooth wilderness when one of local rancher Maddie Conner's ranch hands goes missing. Towering mountains and a small, tight community are as unfamiliar to Jamison as herding sheep, but he's never shied away from a challenge. As the new deputy sheriff, he's sworn to protect every inch of this rough terrain--starting with unraveling a mystery that has left Maddie a wide-open target.

Maddie's as beautiful--and untamable--as the land around them. Like Jamison, she won't back down from danger. But desire that flares hotter than their tempers only raises the stakes when a fierce storm traps them in the high mountains. Caught in a killer's sights, Jamison and Maddie must trust one another, because now survival--and love--are all that matter.


I won this on GoodReads about a month ago. 
I don't usually read Harlequin books any because I have gotten sick of reading them  after reading them  for so many years but this book sounded good so I decided to give it a chance. 

Just like any other romance books like these the story was predictable but the story is very well written and I actually very much enjoyed it.  

If you are into this genre of books I think you will enjoy this book. 

I give this 4 out of 5.

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