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    Another Steele Ridge / Kingston winner!

    This was a riveting story that was a compelling and suspenseful book. Riley Kingston is an ethnobotanist who worked in Costa Rica on a pharmaceutical project. Coen Monroe is a soldier on leave after experiencing the horrors of war. The way that their two stories were interweaved was great and the ending kept me on my seat, which is saying a lot for a longtime reader of romantic suspense!
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    romantic suspense

    Curiosity and book smarts do not necessarily give Riley Kingston the intelligence to see a dangerous situation and leave it alone. Hear a scream – run to it – and then not run away when a scary man appears. See poachers – confront them instead of sending for help. Be told there might be a threat and pooh-pooh it as unlikely and be upset with the male testosterone that is roused in males of her family. That said, Riley IS able to think on her feet and is no shrinking violet. Coen and Riley get off to a rocky start as he tries to deal with a bad case of PTSD. They do grow close as they get to know one another, deal with the mystery of a package sent to her from her last research job in Ecuador, thwart a few bad guys and come to terms with how to move forward in the future. What I liked: * Riley’s personality and family * Coen’s unflinching ability to do what needs to be done even when suffering * The relationship between Riley and Coen that develops through the story * The Kingston-Steele family support network * The thwarting of the bad guys * The fact that there are more stories to be told that I get to read. What I did not like: * The bad guys – but then I was meant not to like them ;) * The HFN instead of HEA ending that left me wondering if… Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars

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