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Dangerous RefugeShaye Townsend is the one who finds the body of the old rancher, Lorne Davis, exposed to the elements of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

The last thing Tanner Davis, L.A. homicide detective, and Lorne’s nephew wants, is to return to the ranch. He belongs to the city and no longer has any ties to the Sierra’s. There is nothing to indicate foul play. Nothing, except his uncle’s hat still sits on the peg, yet his body was found outside, his dog is at the veterinarian with a suspected case of poisoning, a woman’s voice on the answering phone and a case of missing gold Gaudens. The body has no signs of trauma, there isn’t any motive, yet the LA detective’s instincts tell him this is a crime scene.

When Shaye and Tanner start to ask questions, the body count grows, as does the attraction between the two of them. But can a L.A, detective and a girl with the Sierra Nevada in her blood have a future? When Shaye’s life is threatened Tanner has a heart racing chase to reach her in time.

Elizabeth Lowell is a master of suspense as well as romance and writes page turning stories. She keeps you guessing right to the end as to the identity of the villain and whether Shaye and Tanner have a future together.

A great read and one of my favourite authors.

Marie M.