“WIND RIVER REFUGE” By J.M. Anton, a Review by Joan Adamak

Loaded with action, danger and romance

5 stars

This novel is a page turner from beginning to end.  Jax is the beautiful, petite, fiery foster daughter of Maggie and Dex McBride.  Dex’s Cousin, Garrett McBride is to pick Jax up at the Denver airport.  Garrett is a large, handsome, strong male, although suffering from PTSD as a Nam Vet.  He becomes angry quickly and has little patience and he meets his counterpart in Jax.  From the very first, there is a continual friction and admiration between these two, but neither wants to admit this weakness.  Their on-again, off-again romance heightens the danger for Jax as there is a murderer on the loose, whom no one can identify and it is only through attempts on Jax’s life that this becomes obvious.

The author does a tremendous task of character building with her several actors in this story so that you feel you know each main character thoroughly, and this plot is different than most plots because of this particular essence of danger always lingering.

I highly enjoyed this story and recommend it.  I was given this e-book free for an honest review.

 

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