Lake MacGregor, the government operative from Dangerous Ground, returns in Justine Dare's thrilling sequel.
The renegade member of MacGregor's elite military unit, the Wolf Pack, has gone into hiding after killing several of its agents. But before MacGregor can track down the assassin, he must return home to Colorado for his father's funeral. Shunned by the townspeople for a crime he'd committed as a youth, he hides out in a cabin in the mountains. Only the local art gallery owner - a beautiful woman with her sights set on MacGregor - knows the truth behind his crime. A truth that can shatter his life beyond repair...
Alison Carlyle was immediately drawn to the painting she was given by Colin MacGregor. He also gave her information to be passed on to his son Lake who painted the picture and whom he had not spoken to in decades. Lake, a former secret operative with the "Wolf Pack" sees the showing of his paintings as an opportunity to draw out and confront his arch enemy Joplin. Joplin was a rogue agent who had already killed Lake's colleague Rob and had attempted to kill another colleague Jess (from Dare's "Dangerous Ground"). What he didn't count on was Alison's belief in him and her ability to see inside the shell he believes that he has become. Satisfying sequel and good read.
Dare is always excellent!
This is a grea suspense and a bery author
Another good "Bombshell" book...good read!!