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A Thrilling New Romantic Suspense from the Genre's Newest Star

Piper McKenna couldn't be more thrilled that her prodigal brother, Reef, has returned to Yancey, Alaska, after five years. But her happiness is short-lived when Reef appears at her house covered in blood. A fellow snowboarder has been killed--but despite the evidence, Reef swears he's innocent. And Piper believes him.

Deputy Landon Grainger loves the McKennas like family, but he's also sworn to find the truth. Piper is frustrated with his need for facts over faith, but he knows those closest to you have the power to deceive you the most. With his sheriff pushing for a quick conviction, some unexpected leads complicate the investigation, and pursuing the truth may mean risking Landon's career.

With Piper waging her own search, the two head deep into Canada's rugged backcountry--and unexpected complications. Not only does their long friendship seem to be turning into something more, but this dangerous case is becoming deadlier with each step.

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Shattered (Alaskan Courage Book #2)
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4.7 / 5
October 4th, 2013
Shattered by Dani Pettrey. Second in her Alaskan Courage series. Another entertaining read. Again we return to Yancey, Alaska and the McKenna family. Shattered concentrates on Piper and her determination to prove her wayward brother, Reef, didn't kill a female ski competitor. Distracting Piper is Deputy Landon Grainger. He holds not only evidence that supports the theory that Reef killed Karli Davis but also Piper's heart. The problem is that she will tell him Reef is innocent but won't tell him how she feels. Landon believes Piper is better off without him. Thus a journey of solving a mystery and being honest with each other begins. Pettrey has an easy writing style. Her stories flow and are easy to read. I had the same issue as with Submerged though that at times location and times are different but I don't feel they've been portrayed effectively. Also it seems to take a few chapters into the book to know how the McKenna family is comprised. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a taste of Alaska. Despite my dislike for cold weather, I want to visit Pettrey's Alaska.
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