Former parole officer Mick Hudson blames himself for the death of Keeley Stevens's sister. If he hadn't paroled a criminal, she might still be alive. When he hears that the suspected killer has been spotted in Keeley's hometown, he worries she might be the next victim. Keeley doesn't want to take help from the man who could have prevented her sister's death, but she has more than herself to worry about. She'll do anything it takes to protect her family. And Mick will risk his life to make sure that the past does not repeat itself.
Wings of Danger: The path to love is treacherous
This was a good, quick read. Keeley's sister was murdered several years ago. Since then, she has been looking over her shoulder because the murderer escaped. Mick blames himself for allowing the man his freedom to kill Keeley's sister. When he catches word that the guy is back, and in Keeley's hometown, he can't help but go investigate.
I really liked how the author did her characters in this book. The way Keeley and Mick met (or met again) was great! I liked that he was willing to put himself between her and harm. The secret she is keeping, isn't as much of a secret as she thinks and may just be the reason the man is back and after her! The story line was good, I guessed most of the big 'reveals' but it was still a good read.
A 3/5 for me. Really a good, quick, clean read.
Thank you to the publisher for the review copy of this book (via netgalley). I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.