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    The story takes off in an enticing and riveting manner that grabbed my interest from the very start and kept it through the book. The investigation is a multilayered operation with several culprits, possibilities, and theories and each of them as dangerous and possibly deadly as the other. The tension is high, the unanswered questions are worrisome, but the determination to find the culprits and to solve the cases are unwavering. I love when the heroines are strong and capable like Carmen Redhorse is in this story. Her experience as a law enforcement officer exceeds the one of Jake Lohmiller's yet they work together in a seamless effort, as a team, to find the culprits and bring them to the justice. The attraction between Jake and Carmen is immediate and they are not even trying to hide it or play games. They openly admit that they are drawn to each other, and honestly answer the questions and concerns the other has. Jake's mom and sister and the whole family dynamics are an important part of the plot. Getting to know both Jake's and Carmen's families gives an insight into them and their history that otherwise could have stayed hidden. A captivating story with many enthralling themes, from the cult, also known as the Family, to the Native Americans reservoir, to the post-military life and illegal smuggling of cactuses. Add danger and threats, sizzling chemistry and those first fumbling steps when you are falling in love and you have a smoothly flowing tale that was hard to put down until the end. ~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side

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