Published by Entangled Publishing. LLC (Amara) on October 23rd 2017
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After attempting to help the FBI expose a ruthless weapons and drug dealer, Owen Fixx, Amber Kelly enters the Witness Protection Program. Unfortunately, her sister, who was once married to said drug dealer, is forced to join her—key word, forced. When Rachel grows tired of their new life and runs off with a local man, a nightmare ensues for Amber.
The only person who can help her is Gage Morgan, an edgy former police officer. The mysterious and compelling Gage must convince Amber that he is not only on her side, but he is also her best bet to stay alive.
Amber wants her sister back. What she doesn’t want is to be attracted to her sexy new protector. But in the haunted Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, desire trumps logic. And it leaves a smoldering trail for Fixx’s gunmen to follow.
Amber Kelly is in witness protection with her sister after she attempted to help the FBI with exposing a ruthless drug dealer. It just so happens that her sister was married to the said drug dealer. Gage Morgan is enlisted to help Amber get away from the thug who has found her and her sister. Amber is intent on getting her sister back even if it causes problems for her and Gage. While on the run they fight the attraction for each other which is a losing battle.
In an Oyster Shell – The narrative was a bit dry and hard to get through though there was a lot of action.
The Pearls – There was a lot of action. The characters could never stay in one place because they were constantly being attacked. They were being followed and could not figure out how. So no matter where they were they had to fight there way back to safety.
The supporting characters added depth to the story.
The plot was interesting. It was most interesting that they were constantly followed. It added a little mystery to the mix.
The Sand – The sister was a really weak character that Amber kept fighting for it was a bit frustrating. Overall the narrative was a bit dry and didn’t spark a connection for me.