Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Wild Montana Skies by Susan May Warren

Kacey Fairing's return to Mercy Falls, Montana, dredges up memories of her old flame, Ben King, from the moment she arrives. Determined to stay focused on reconnecting with her daughter, healing emotionally from her last military tour, and functioning as the lead pilot of PEAK Rescue, she refuses to harbor any interest in Ben when she learns that he's also back in town. However, when Ben and Kacey are paired together to work PEAK Rescue, old secrets begin to emerge and the brokenness of their past is exposed. Neither Kacey nor Ben think they are interested in healing or reconciliation, but spending time together resurrects their original passion. As truths emerge and circumstances spiral into danger, they must turn to the One who created them for love. Read more in Wild Montana Skies by Susan May Warren.

Wild Montana Skies is the first full-length novel in Susan May Warren's Montana Rescue series. The prequel novella, If Ever I Would Leave You, concentrates on Ian, Sierra, and Esme. Although the prequel is not as well-written as Wild Montana Skies, I do recommend reading it first as it explains Ian and Sierra's relational history.

The first paragraph of Wild Montana Skies hooked my attention. The strong opening demonstrated admirable talent and creativity by Warren. Naturally, I wanted things to work out between Ben and Kasey and it was a pleasure to observe their spiritual and relational development. Unique phrasing, descriptive prose, complicated romance and breath-taking danger forged together into a captivating and memorable novel.

I recommend Wild Montana Skies to readers who love a well-written adventure novel with plenty of romance. Warren has officially catapulted herself into my top five favorite novelists and I'll be checking out some of her previous releases while I wait for the next novel in the series, Rescue Me, to be released next year .

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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