Reef McKenna is glad to back working with his family now that he has found peace and purpose in his life. He is also glad to be working along side Kirra Jacobs, though the always goody-two-shoes Kirra has a hard time believing that the wild womanizer, Reef McKenna has changes his ways.
When Kirra's uncle disappears in the middle of a sled race, she knows something is very wrong and takes off in the middle of the night to find him. But Reef catches her and will not let her track down her uncle alone.
Unfortunately, Kirra was right and something is very wrong and now Kirra, Reef and the rest of the McKenna family are working around the clock to rescue him before it's too late.
I have really enjoyed getting to know the McKenna family over this series of books. The hard thing for me is the unbelievable amount of dangerous situations one family can get into in such a short period of time. It would make me think twice about joining the family ;-)
Once you get past that, the story lines are interesting and the romance is not too in your face because there is a lot of danger involved. I also like that the people have past problems that are hard and believable that they have to deal with. It helped that it was snowy when I read this book - I was able to commiserate with the characters :-)
Thank you to Bethany House Publishers for a free copy of the book to review.