Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Book Review - Silenced (Alaskan Courage)

Silenced by Dani Pettrey was so good that I can hardly wait for her next book in 2015.   This book is number 4 in the Alaskan Courage series. Every book is like watching an episode in my favorite TV series.  I look forward to each book.   I am completely into what happens to the McKenna family.  

Silenced is about Kayden McKenna.  She is very strong.  She climbs, exercises, eats healthy and runs with dogs.  Kayden does not want to get close to anyone.  Even her siblings recognize that she puts up a wall. The crack in her armor is her feelings for Jake Westin.  Before she knew his true identity, she convinced herself that he came from a shady background.  It was easy to dismiss him. The previous book, Stranded let us know more about Jake.  He is a much better man than Kayden thought.  Now she must deal with her growing attraction to Jake when she would rather protect her heart.  

Kayden and Jake get to spend a lot of time together while the investigate the murder of a climber.  I liked how I was able to learn more about climbing during their investigation.   The murder weapon was unique.  It was not like you could lift prints from this particular weapon.  With Kayden’s expertise in climbing and Jake’s professional detective work, they get closer to an answer.  Silenced is another great tale of murder, mystery and suspense.  I suggest you start with the first book, Submerged. The build up to Jake and Kayden’s relationship can be found in the previous books.

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I received a copy of this book from Bethany House and Netgalley for an honest review.

Rating: 4 stars

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