And now Susie May has a new series- Montana Rescue. And I was thrilled to review the first book- Wild Montana Skies.
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Kacey Fairing is a search and rescue pilot. She ends up back in her hometown, out of the army and looking for a new start to life. Just as she gets into town, she's caught up in rescue operations because of a flood. And then she discovers that her rescue partner is her hometown sweetheart who she never wanted to meet again.
Ben King has been traveling and singing country music. But when his partner steals his song and sets out to be a solo act, he heads back to his hometown. His dad has fallen and had several other medical concerns, so Ben feels as if he needs to get his dad to agree to go with him to Nashville and live where he can have care. Then Ben is determined to get his career back on track. But then he gets caught up as the partner of Kacey Fairing- his high school sweetheart.
As with all of Susan May Warren's book, the romance was sweet, the storyline was interesting, and the characters were well developed.
Kacey and Ben were realistic characters. They weren't perfect. They didn't have perfect lives. They had made bad choices and had had to face the consequences of bad decisions. I appreciate book characters that are real. I can't relate to the perfect characters who always do the right thing.
I love that no matter how many romance/fiction books I've read from Susan May Warren, the stories are varied and interesting. You would think there would only be so many ways that characters could develop a relationship. But their stories are all different.
As with many others before, I love yet another Susan May Warren story. I finished this one one night where my husband found me sniffling happily with another moving ending to another great book.
I give this one 5 stars- of course- and a PG rating for content. You can find the book on Amazon here (a preorder as of the writing of this post).
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are entirely my own, and I was not compensated in any other way.
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