Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Wilderness Peril
Elizabeth Goddard
My Review:
Elizabeth Goddard brings us a spine tingling suspense interlaced with a romance.  Her well developed characters show strong emotions of both courage and tenderness.  Her brilliant use of imagery will transport the reader into the story.  The plot flows effortlessly and will keep you turning the pages.  This story is set in the Alaskan wilderness where survival skills are a must to survive. 
Shay is a lovely, young woman who has known much turmoil in her life.  She works as an airplane mechanic and keeps mostly to herself. Rick Savage is to accompany her on this trip to assist his brother Aiden with the retrieval of the plane.  Soon after arriving in Alaska and being unable to locate Aiden or the plane, Rick and Shay find things are more complicated than they ever imagined.  While out searching for both the plane and Aiden, they encounter another vehicle which chases them into the bush and literally runs them off the road, leaving them for dead.  Any hope of survival from the deadly elements lands directly on Rick and his survival skills learned in the military.  Just as they were trying to figure out a way back into town and survive the brutality of the Alaskan wilderness two ruthless men show up and take them captive.  Shay quickly realizes that things have gone from bad to worse, and the one person she never wants to need turns out to be the only one she can trust.

Will  Rick be able to protect be able to protect Shay?  Will Shay be able to let her guard down and trust Rick's ability to figure out a means of escape?  As romantic tension mounts will Rick and Shay admit their feelings before it's too late?
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of her stories.  I would recommend anyone who likes a good suspense to pick up one of her books. 


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Elizabeth Goddard is the award-winning author of seven contemporary romance novels and two novellas, including a romantic mystery, The Camera Never Lies--a 2011 Carol Award winner. Elizabeth is a member of ACFW and has served as a board member in her local RWA chapter. She is a 7th generation Texan who lives in East Texas with her husband and four children. She and her family recently spent five years in Oregon, which serves as the setting for several of her novels, including Oregon Outback, releasing with Barbour Publishing in Spring 2012.

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Her books are available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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