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Brynn Nealey is a forensic nurse who works with a team to perform dangerus search & rescue missions in the Cascade Mountains. Following the news of a plane crash the team prepares to set out to look for survivors, unfortunately the weather is against them. Alex Kinston is a former US Marsal that lies his way onto the team, he knows exactly who was on that plane and he wants to make sure that one of the passengers does not survive. The journey into the blizzard brings more dangers to light than expected, the team must face their own fears and overcome them if they hope to survive. Finding the crash site turns out to be the easy part, what they find when they get there could change all their lives forever.
This book takes place over a few short days in freezing temperatures, more than one team member has secrets and we do not uncover them all in this trip. I hope to see some of the characters in future novels so we can get to know them a little better. Brynn was a likeable heroine, her need to help others stems from an accident in her childhood that saw her lose her best friend. Alex's backstory was the one that kept me reading, his need to find the man that did him wrong and see justice being served has influenced his life and decisions for so long, I found myself willing him to get justice so he could get the closure he needs.
Emily Sutton-Smith was fantastic with the delivery of the story
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
I would like to see some of the reflection on the past as action scenes. I continued to read thinking it would eventually improve and grab my attention
What do you think your next listen will be?
Would you be willing to try another one of Emily Sutton-Smith’s performances?
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
No, not at all. When I finished all I could think of was-why???
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Too many characters; I found it difficult to follow the story. I gave up at chapter 5 as I kept 're-reading and rewinding as I was getting lost. It's too constipated and long winded.