BOOK REVIEW: Present Danger

BOOK BY: Elizabeth Goddard

An exciting new series by Elizabeth Goddard keeps the reader on the edge of their seat from start to finish.

Beloved characters from the Uncommon Justice Series return as Montana US Forest Service Special Agent Terra Connors works with former FBI Agent Jack Tanner (who happened to have a role in the UJ series) to solve the murder of a victim found in the national forest.

This book has a bit of everything in it – a police procedural, suspenseful action, intrigue, and a slow burning second chance romance. An intricate web of deception is woven throughout the pages leaving the reader guessing until the final chapters reveal the mastermind behind disappearing art and murder.

Readers are introduced to the black market of Native American art theft, and the lengths thieves will go to move the items. A surprising twist of the story points readers to real-life headlines in Iraq, educating in a reader experience not easily forgotten.

The romance between Jack and Terra takes quite a bit of page space, but they have a lot to work through given their history and internal struggles. 

Vivid descriptions of crashing planes, fist to cuffs fighting, and being hunted by a vicious opponent pulls the reader deep into the story set in Montana. Characters are loveable and easily disliked. Jack’s struggle with caring for an elderly aunt is something most readers can relate to.

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If you’re looking for a crime to solve, with a bit of nail-biting action, this book is for you.

I am pleased to be a part of The Present Danger launch team. All opinions expressed are my own.

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