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Summary

Search and Rescue: Book Two

Dog wrangler Preston Echo has been in love with his brother’s best friend, copilot, and business partner since high school - and Damien Ward knew it. As Preston grew into a stunning, hard-willed man, Damien began to dream of Preston too. 

Then Damien almost died in a helicopter crash. While his physical wounds are slowly healing, the blows to his self-confidence and goodwill are almost worse. His body is broken and he’s afraid to fly - how can Preston love him now? 

When Preston’s brother goes on a search-and-rescue mission and disappears in an earthquake zone in Mexico, Preston and Damien are thrown together in an effort to find him and bring him back. Preston’s merciless honesty - and relentless passion - may leverage Damien into his bed, but can Damien overcome his fears to allow himself to stay there?

©2020 Amy Lane (P)2021 Dreamspinner Press

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  • Teresa
  • 13-11-21

Awesome!

This is the second book in the Search and Rescue series, I loved how the Damien and Preston finally got together. They made me smile and laugh.

Julio Maxwell did an awesome job narrating this book.

Can’t wait for the next book in the series.

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  • Jennifer Javorsky
  • 12-11-21

Boring

I love Amy Lane books, but this one is so boring that I quit in the third chapter. It’s also unrealistic with Preston acting like he’s on the autism spectrum. Maybe the action would eventually pick up in the story, but I’m not sure this narrator would have made it interesting.