Paramedic Zoe Chambers is used to saving lives, but when she stops a man from running into a raging inferno in a futile attempt to rescue his wife, Zoe finds herself drawn to him, and even more so to his 10-year-old daughter. She invites them both to live at the farm while the grieving widower picks up the pieces of his life. Vance Township Police Chief Pete Adams, of course, is not happy with this setup, especially when he finds evidence implicating Zoe's new houseguest in murder times two. When Zoe ignores Pete's dire warnings, she runs the very real chance of burning one too many bridges, losing everything - and everyone - she holds dear.
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This is a great series. The characters are fleshed out and believable. The plot is well written with several twists and turns. What I love most about this book is that it's a bit dark and gritty. There's no graphic violence but the feelings and actions of the characters are incredibly realistic. So much so, that I wonder if Dashofy (like LAW and Order) is getting her ideas from true life stories. I highly recommend this series.
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- Mystery Maven
Another Fantastic Entry
I love the way this author moves from scene to scene, first with one set of characters, then another set of characters, with ever increasing odds and heightened tension. You cannot help but root for Zoe and Pete. This town is so real, the characters feel like neighbors. Continuing with the next book immediately.
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