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Review: Sabotaged

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Review: Sabotaged

Sabotaged by Dani Pettreysabotaged
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Date: January 27, 2015

DANI PETTREY HAS HIT ANOTHER ONE OUT OF THE PARK! “Sabotaged” was a thrilling conclusion to the Alaskan Courage Series.

Kirra Jacobs’ uncle has gone missing from the Iditarod. One of the mushers, Frank Weber, doesn’t show up at the first check-in station where Kirra works as a race volunteer. Partnered with her childhood nemesis, Reef McKenna, Kirra takes off in the middle of the night to track her uncle. They find him only to have him disappear again leaving behind the news that his daughter has been kidnapped and they have until he reaches Nome to find her. If they don’t, the consequences for all of Alaska will be dire and for Frank and his daughter, deadly.

Kirra and Reef race to follow the tiniest of clues, always staying one step ahead of the evil that is trying to make sure Frank completes the mission he has been assigned. While dodging gunmen and many other intense situations, Kirra and Reef begin first to rely on one another then to trust one another and over the course of time, they fall in love. Will they survive to the end of the race to begin their relationship on a whole new level?

Loved the fact that the McKennas are back in force in “Sabotaged.” While this is primarily Reef and Kirra’s story, the reader catches up with all of Reef’s siblings and the loves of their lives. Any romantic suspense addict will love this book. As always, Dani Pettrey has written a thrill-ride of a story.

Rated PG: While there is no sex or swearing in this book there are some pretty intense situations and some violence that might be too much for young children.

Reviewer’s personal copy.


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