Forgotten (A Deep Connection Novel) Review post

Published April 18, 2017 by bookbesties

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The second in the scorching hot Deep Connection trilogy from the author of Forsaken.

Cole Talent never had to go looking for trouble. It always had a way of finding him. After his father’s arrest, the family money is gone, their name is in the mud, and both of Cole’s sisters, Elaina and Marsella, are missing. In search of answers, Cole leaves Reno for the last place he heard from Marsella—Ambrose, Ohio—and instead finds MacKenzie Sharp, the beautiful owner of the diner where Marsella once worked.

But others have followed Cole from Reno, intent on bringing the family down for good. When MacKenzie gets caught in the crossfire, the only chance she has at safety is to go into hiding with the one man who put her in danger. From Reno to Ohio and now Vegas, trouble keeps finding Cole. But with MacKenzie in danger, it’s time to stop running and face it head on.

MATURE AUDIENCE

This is a new to me author and even though I don’t really read suspenseful romance I wanted to give it a try. Cole is on the hunt for his sister’s after she disappeared and his dad is in jail for criminal activity. Que in Kenzie, a small town girl who knows how to find what he needs, in more ways than one. The only one problem is that Cole is not the only one on the lookout for his sister. This book was filled with suspense/drama and leaves wanting to find out if Cole and Kenzie will work it all out. It’s a slow start but it starts to pick up and by the end it was a truly satisfying read.

3 and a half

BOOKBESTIES- DAMARIS

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