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Mountain Ambush by Hope White

Mountain Ambush by Hope White
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A search-and-rescue mission turns deadly when Dr. Kyle Spencer is nearly killed by an assailant in the mountains. And when EMT Maddie McBride saves the doctor just in time, they’re both targetedbut no one knows why. One thing’s clear, thoughfrom the moment Maddie finds Echo Mountain’s most eligible bachelor left for dead, she can’t stop thinking about him. But she’s always been wary of the town’s Dr. Dreamboat. And Spence’s scarred heart’s been shuttered since a childhood tragedy. As someone stalks the injured doctor’s every move, though, Spence realizes that he needs the determined Maddie in his corner. However, he can’t be sure their partnership will be enough to save them especially against a seemingly all-knowing foe who’s got them both in his deadly sights.

Mountain Ambush (Echo Mountain #6)Mountain Ambush by Hope White

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Great book! I enjoyed this love inspired, suspense type book. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a light read from a book that takes you along an adventure that unfolds in a who dunnit fashion or to those that appreciate contemporary heartfelt romances within the Harlequin genre.

The characters were interesting and the author Hope White did a good job depicting the SAR, medical, and crime scenes from a small town perspective. I also enjoyed the storyline with stylistic twists that built suspense at the end of each chapter, making it a real page-turner.

There was a couple times the cat and mouse games got a little drawn out and repetitive but I liked them anyway because each subplot was unique enough to still keep the book exciting.

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