Excellent Romantic Suspense
Kirra Jacobs and Reef McKenna have been paired as volunteers supporting the annual Iditarod race in Alaska, but they quickly find themselves working together on quite a different kind of project after Kirra’s Uncle Frank doesn’t report in after one of the early stages. They locate Frank, who tells them Kirra’s cousin, Meg, has been kidnapped, and they need to find her before the end of the nine-day race so Frank doesn’t have to complete the job. And no cops, or Meg dies.
What follows is a fast-paced race against time as Kirra and Reef search for Meg and try to find why she and Frank have been targeted. Both Kirra and Reef have to address to some aspects of their past they are less than proud of, which adds a depth to the overall plot. It's hard to say anything more about why I liked it without giving away important plot details, so I'll just say I thought the suspense elements were excellent, and I loved the way the romance developed over the course of Sabotaged. Ah, Reef ...
Sabotaged is the fifth and final book in Dani Pettrey’s Alaskan Courage series, each of which follows the story of one of the McKenna siblings. Romantic suspense is one of my favourite genres, and I’ve enjoyed them all. Dani Pettrey’s writing style is similar to Dee Henderson’s, and I’d definitely recommend Sabotaged (and the rest of the Alaskan Courage series) to fans of Henderson’s O’Malley series.
Thanks to Bethany House and NetGalley for providing a free ebook for review. You can find out more about Dani Pettrey at her website.