After being forced to kill an FBI agent gone rogue in self-defense while working in the violent crimes unit for the Investigative Services Branch, ranger Madison Thorn is comfortable with her move to the fraud and cyber division. At least numbers don't lie. So she's less than thrilled when a white-collar crime investigation in Natchez, Mississippi, turns violent. She could also do without being forced to work with former-childhood-enemy-turned-infuriatingly-handsome park ranger Clayton Bradshaw.
When a woman who looks just like Madison is attacked on the same night Madison's grandfather is shot, it becomes clear that there is something much bigger going on here and that Madison herself is in danger. Madison and Clayton will have to work together--and suppress their growing feelings for one another--if they are to discover the truth before it's too late.
USA Today bestselling and award-winning author Patricia Bradley closes out her popular Natchez Trace Park Rangers series with this complex story of family secrets, mixed motives, and learning to trust.
My thoughts: I have enjoyed this whole series, but this one might have been the best yet! I loved getting to know Madison through this fast paced story. Between her adoption to disconnected parents and then having to shoot her partner in self defense years previous, she has a lot of baggage to work through. When people around her start getting shot, and a woman who could be her doppelganger shows up, it's all she can do to try to get to the bottom of what is going on. This is a fast paced, suspenseful read! I loved all the twists and turns!
I received this book from Revell. This is my honest review.