Sabotaged

SabotagedSabotaged by Dani Pettrey
Series: Alaskan Courage
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Published by Bethany House on January 27, 2015
Pages: 336
Also in this series: Submerged, Shattered, Stranded, Silenced
Also by this author: Submerged, Shattered, Stranded, Silenced, Cold Shot, Sins of the Past

 

Reef and Kirra have known each other since they were young. While most of their past years have been spent at odds, they must now work together if they are going to save Kirra’s cousin. Meg has turned up missing, and according to the man who pointed a gun at Reef and Kirra, it’s all due to her Uncle Frank.

Uncle Frank has been in the Iditarod race before, so why is he now missing from the pack and not checking in at the check points? In a brief encounter after searching and finding him, Uncle Frank tells Kirra that death may come to many people if Meg is not found before he finishes the race.

Meg and Reef, with help from the McKenna’s, must solve Meg’s kidnapping before it’s too late. With emotions running high, feelings are fast approaching the boiling point of no return. Can Kirra and Reef find Meg before it’s too late? Or will their budding relationship keep them on the sidelines?

One of the best series ever told (in my opinion), Pettrey easily weaves the storylines drawing the reader in to the lives of each and every McKenna family member

Dani Pettrey, winner of the 2014 Daphne Du Maurier Award for Inspirational Romantic Suspense, writes this final novel in the Alaskan Courage series. The McKenna family is a name we have come to know and love over the past few years. This reviewer would be amiss if she did not admit to a feeling of sadness at this final chapter in the saga.

One of the best series ever told (in my opinion), Pettrey easily weaves the storylines drawing the reader in to the lives of each and every McKenna family member.   Unique to this author, Pettrey has been very instrumental in keeping her readers connected to the characters. Posting side tidbits of information on social media, sharing the characters favorite snacks/beverages, and even listing what their favorite music playlist may be. What a great way to keep readers involved!

The characters are very well developed; background history is carefully built along the way. Slowly and delicately, it’s like learning of a new friend’s past.

Besides the emotional attachment I had to the series, there were other reasons I was always so eager to read a Pettrey book. As previously mentioned, storylines are well told, flowing freely across the pages. There is no stumbling while reading, fluency is not an issue with this author.

The characters are very well developed; background history is carefully built along the way. Slowly and delicately, it’s like learning of a new friends past. It’s not something you want sprung on you; you want the details easily given so there are no surprises or shocking revelations to hamper the growing relationship.

There is a reason this book is characterized as Romantic Suspense. Boredom is definitely not an issue with this author! From snowmobiling to plane rides, this book is packed full of adventure, just as fans have come to expect. You know that feeling you get as you sit on the edge of your seat eager to see what’s around the corner, not totally sure you can handle what’s to come? Yes, you’ll find that here in Sabotaged.

There is a reason this book is characterized as Romantic Suspense. Boredom is definitely not an issue with this author!

This book is an easy 4 hour read, completely done in one sitting. But you’ll have to put everything else on hold as you rejoin an old family friend. The laundry can wait; it will still be there tomorrow. But the McKenna family? This is their last hurrah. So buckle up and get ready for the ride of your life!

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