Thursday, October 27, 2016

In Safe Hands by Katie Ruggle [Review]

 In Safe Hands by Katie Ruggle
In Safe Hands (Search and Rescue #4) by Katie Ruggle
Format: ebook
Source: provided through Netgalley for an honest review
Date read: July 16, 2016

Search and Rescue
0.5. On His Watch
1. Hold Your Breath
2. Fan the Flames
3. Gone Too Deep
4. In Safe Hands - Kindle

Katie Ruggle
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
In the remote Rocky Mountains, lives depend on the Search & Rescue brotherhood. But in a place this far off the map, trust is hard to come by and secrets can be murder...

It's all come down to this...

Daisy Little has lived in agoraphobic terror for over eight years. Trapped within a prison of her own making, she watches time pass through her bedroom window. Daisy knows she'll never be a part of the world...until the day she becomes the sole witness of a terrible crime that may finally tear the Search and Rescue brotherhood apart for good.
Thoughts on In Safe Hands: Book three ended on a doozy of a reveal. I honestly went into this one nearly breathless with excitement to see how things would play out. Because I had a hard time reconciling that reveal with what I wanted to happen. But, HOLY BANANAS, this book did not disappoint.

Sometimes the bad guys are hiding in plain sight and if you look hard enough you see all the things they try to keep hidden.

Daisy knows this better than most. Her agoraphobia has kept her housebound for years and she entertains herself by watching her neighbors as they go about their daily lives. Her window watching lands her in the middle of the killer's crosshairs when she sees something the killer wishes she wouldn't have.

And that, my friends, is when things start getting sticky.

Danger! Romance! More danger! Daisy's issues leave her balanced between wanting to help and worrying that she's crossed the line into full-on crazy. Especially when a person in authority begins questioning if she saw what she saw. Good thing she has a hunky deputy on her side who KNOWS her almost better than she knows herself. Chris takes her concerns seriously and that helps bolster her confidence.

Plus, he's awful pretty to look at.

I loved revisiting the couples we've met in the previous books and seeing them settle into their own relationships. I loved how Daisy and Chris brought out the best in each other. The only thing that's a downer is that I don't have another book to look forward to. Because I really liked the strong men and women we got to meet on this adventure and I'd totally be down for them causing more shenanigans.

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