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Dani Pettrey’s Shattered

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A Thrilling New Romantic Suspense from the Genre’s Newest Star

Piper
McKenna couldn’t be more thrilled that her prodigal brother, Reef, has returned
to Yancey, Alaska, after five years. But her happiness is short-lived when Reef
appears at her house covered in blood. A fellow snowboarder has been killed–but
despite the evidence, Reef swears he’s innocent. And Piper believes
him.

Deputy Landon Grainger loves the McKennas like family, but he’s also
sworn to find the truth. Piper is frustrated with his need for facts over faith,
but he knows those closest to you have the power to deceive you the most. With
his sheriff pushing for a quick conviction, some unexpected leads complicate the
investigation, and pursuing the truth may mean risking Landon’s
career.

With Piper waging her own search, the two head deep into Canada’s
rugged backcountry–and unexpected complications. Not only does their long
friendship seem to be turning into something more, but this dangerous case is
becoming deadlier with each step.

Review

I’ve been waiting to read this novel since I finished the last page of Submerged. And it didn’t disappoint. The novel starts with a bang that carries it through until the end.  This is Landon and Piper’s story which began in the first novel. I enjoyed seeing Landon’s development into a man of God. Piper’s forwardness was endearing as most romance novels play on lack of communication issues. Although I will say, she is more impulsive than she should be, but then again that’s her personality. The romance between them was sweet and came together better than I expected. I enjoyed the siblings working together and I’ve got a feeling we’ll be hearing about Gage pretty soon. The mystery was a good mystery without being overly complicated and will have you guessing at the bad guys. And it’s definitely my kind of mystery. Spiritually, as I said, Landon develops into a man of God and I liked to see how natural faith was to (most of) Piper’s family. Highly Recommended and waiting for the next one!

** I received this copy from Netgalley. My opinion was not affected in any way.**

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