A hidden enemy
Emily Graves left everything behind to save her aunt's struggling bed and breakfast, but she's hardly through the door before she's the one who needs saving. Someone in Bridal Veil, Oregon, will go to any lengths -- even murder -- to keep her from making the B and B a success. Sheriff's deputy Archer Reed has made it his personal mission to bring down the culprit. But first he has to convince Emily to accept his protection...and determine why anyone would want to harm her. As Emily's unknown enemy becomes increasingly violent, Archer may be the only person who can keep her alive.
First Responders: Brave men and women alert and ready for danger and love
Ooooeeeeeeeee, but I really love this series. This is the fifth book but reads fine as a standalone. However, one of the real charms of these books is how the author manages to include the First Responder gang in each story. There's such great camaraderie between them. Love all the teasing but they have a serious side too and they'll drop anything to help when one of their own is in trouble. What a great backdrop for romantic suspense. And speaking of that -- what a gnarly mess Emily and Archer find themselves in the middle of. The heart-stopping opening scene promises action and angst aplenty and Sleeman delivers on all accounts. Both in the suspense and the romance department. And there's a touching inspirational thread about following God's leading. Highly recommend the whole series.
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