I selected this book based upon a previous book I read by Dani Pettrey and really enjoyed reading. This book did not disappoint me. It is thinner than previous books, but that in no way took away from the quantity and quality of the story within its covers.
In this story, Kirra Jacobs is matched up with Reef McKenna in a search as to why her uncle has disappeared from an Iditarod race. In the midst of their search they come across danger and surprisingly mutual admiration for one another.
Again, this book was a very enjoyable read. I’m just glad I was sitting near a fireplace because I could feel the cold temperatures reach thru and grip me. The book was that good.
This book was given to me from Bethany House in exchange for an honest review.