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- Print Length: 204 pages
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- Publisher: Jerrie Alexander; 1 edition (May 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 17, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01FK3QOP6
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If you haven't read the previous books in this series I recommend at least reading Hell or High Water before reading this as Jake's story starts in that book. Also anything from this point could be spoilerish if you haven't read the previous books.
Jake's fate was hanging in the balance in the second and third book in the series. We finally get to see him recovered from his surgery but find that he is living with a ton of guilt over the things he did when he had the brain tumor. One of his biggest regrets is what he did to Holly even though in the end he saved her. Jake says good bye to his friends at Lost and Found, Inc and goes to work on his Aunt's farm. After a violent storm ravages the towns around him the last person he expects to see working at the temporary hospital set up to help storm victims is Holly.
After her horrible ordeal of being kidnapped and almost raped by a madman Holly decided she wanted to help others and went back to school to be a nurse. She is part a of volunteer medical team that gets sent to towns that have experienced disasters. Its been two years since she's seen Jake and she surprised to see Jake bring victims in. She's forgiven him for the past now if she could just convince Jake to forgive himself.
As with all disasters not only does it bring out good people but it also brings out the bad guys. Holly gets herself on the radar of a killer after a situation and Jake's immediately steps up to protect her even though he is at war with himself over his attraction to Holly.
Jake is a wounded soldier with a dark past. He did some terrible things and almost got the one he loved, from his past, killed. Jake could not remember who he was and his entire personality changed after his helo crashed in Afghanistan. Doctors found that he had a brain tumor that was causing his problems.
The group from Lost and Found had gone to school together and after they left the service they formed LNF. Jake had been part of that group from school. They rallied around Jake and he had the operation.
Now we move to this book Not all of his memory came back. He still felt unworthy to get involved with Holly, the woman he loved earlier and had saved so he left. Two years went by, then during a hurricane rescue mission in southeast Texas they run into each other. Holly is a nurse working in his hometown. During rescue operations a drug pusher makes Holly his target as he believes she got his brother killed. As Jake and others try to keep Holly alive they attempt to work thru their issues.
A very gripping suspenseful story. Will keep the reader on edge every minute.
A must read whether you have read the rest of the series or not.
Please read Jake and Holly's story but don't miss the rest of the series!
In general the first 3 books were okay. The only thing that really bugged me was the guys made some really dumb decisions. For men who were trained as SEALs or had other military training they acted like they didn't have a clue.
As for book 4. It was even worse. The first problem was all the random and senseless killing. Next you had the guys at the ranch and they acted stupid. Come on they knew someone was after the girl and they just let some stranger approach them. One of them or both for that matter should have been on high alert and openly arm. And finally you built the agency a high tech, secure compound were they stashed the girl and then they allowed some reporter to enter. Another dumb move. These guys should have had the place locked down tight were no one could enter.
I'm sorry Ms Alexander but my years in the military will not let you make these guys look so incompetent. You need to adjust your mind set about the military thinking. I hope in future books with military characters you will portray them better
Each paragraph flowed into the next never losing a beat. I never thought I would enjoy reading a dark thriller, but with each of Jerrie's books I found myself drawn into her Lost and Found Series and hope it continues with more books to come.
I am more of a paranormal girl, however, Jerrie has become one of my favorite authors. She gives you dark, but also blends in the good, trustworthy Alpha Men who show women there is dark in the world, but they are there to protect them at all costs. I truthfully can say I laughed, cried, cheered and worried for Jerrie's characters and want to keep reading their stories!
I encourage all my reading friends to pick up the Lost and Found, Inc series. It is a very good, down to earth series filled with a lot of drama and suspense that will keep you reading and guessing what will happen next. Onto the novella Hell of a Holiday Lost and Found Inc
Book 5 - A Hellava Holiday felt a bit rushed and we don't really get a satisfactory ending. I suspect there's another book to come in this series, as the killer in this book is unknowingly, someone from their past, who has chosen evil, again.