Manhunt (A Rocky Mountain Thriller Book 1) Kindle Edition
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First, I swear Shanna is a complete airhead. She doesn't question anything; from the get go she doesn't find it odd that her boss invited her on a hunting trip when she's never once shot a gun? Second, she doesn't think about consequences of her behaviors or actions. Third, she only gives partial truths when people need to know the full story to help her.
Jace...I can't see why someone who has never met this woman or has any ties to any of the people involved (except a random neighbor he bought land off of) would suddenly risk his life. Retired cop or not, there should have been some hesitancy.
The actions that nearly got them caught were just complete and utter stupidity ones. For a retired cop, he should have squashed some of the crazy ideas that Shanna had.
Shanna thinks she’s on a hunting trip with her boss to talk over her promotion. However, it becomes clear that she’s the one Bri g hunted and she has no reason why. All she can focus on is staying alive for her daughter.
Jace finds Shana as she is running away from something. He doesn’t want to get involved, but as an ex-cop, he’s compelled to at least hear her out. That slowly turns in to him helping her figure out why her boss turned on her.
In the midst of uncertainty, trust issues and a need for the truth, Jace and Shanna let down their guards a bit. Could there be a future for them?
This was a satisfying read full of intrigue and drama. I really enjoyed it.