Monday, October 31, 2016

Review: Wild Montana Skies by Susan May Warren

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About the book:

The last thing Search and Rescue helicopter pilot Kacey Fairing needs upon returning home to Mercy Falls, Montana, is to run into her mistakes. After a devastating crash during her recent military tour in Afghanistan, she is emotionally broken but ready to start putting her life back together. She just wants to reconnect with her teenage daughter and spend the summer working as the new lead pilot of PEAK Rescue in Glacier National Park.
But her mistakes aren't so easily forgotten. Because Ben King is also back in town.
Country music star Ben King abandoned his past when he moved to Nashville thirteen years ago to start his career. He hoped to heal his broken heart, caused by losing the woman he loved. But when his father is injured, Ben is called home to help manage PEAK Rescue during his recovery. He doesn't realize his father has ulterior motives until his old flame, Kacey, walks into his house and back into his heart. 
Now, with Mercy Falls in a state of emergency due to flash floods, Kacey and Ben will have to work together to save lives. But when secrets are uncovered and old hurts rise to the surface, will they walk away again? Or can they find a different ending to their country love song?

My Review:

Wild Montana Skies is a great start to author Susan May Warren’s newest series Montana Rescue.  We are dropped into a natural disaster and we get to meet the team of PEAK rescue.  This story focuses the most on the romance and back story of Kacey Fairing and her high school sweetheart and now country music star sensation, Ben King.  When these two reunite it goes as well as expected when there are unresolved issues, bitterness, and anger.  And to top that off, Ben finds out about a life changing decision 13 years in the making. 

I was really rooting for these two to kiss and make up and get back to the life they always wanted.  There was a lot of angst and drama with a few side stories going on in the background.  We do get to meet other characters who make up the rescue team and Susan May Warren just scratches the surface of their stories.  This series has already started off on a high note and I look forward to revisiting Montana and getting a resolution for a couple more of these characters.  I think this might just be my favorite Susan May Warren book to date.

I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher.  I was not required to give a positive review.  All opinions and views expressed are my own.

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