Rescuing Reeve

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A broken widow. A deadly search. When the tables are turned, who will survive?

A year after her fiancé’s sudden death, geologist Dr. Cassidy Kincaid barely finishes a brutal week of field work on Volcán Arenal when a call from an estranged family member turns her world upside-down. Cassidy’s stepbrother, Reeve, has gone missing in the nearby party town of Tamarindo.

But going after Reeve isn’t so easy, and brings back the guilt of abandoning him years ago despite promising her father she would look out for him. Knowing she can’t turn her back on Reeve this time, and hoping the victory of finding him might make her strong again, Cassidy sets off to find the stepbrother she blames for straining the bonds of her broken family.

However, as the mystery draws her deeper into the darkest corners of paradise, Cassidy discovers a shocking truth about the stepbrother she never understood. And when suddenly, the tables are turned and she becomes the hunted, Cassidy is forced to make an impossible choice: save Reeve, or save herself?

Rescuing Reeve is a twisty tale of suspense and danger. If you like heart-thumping action, exotic settings, and broken heroines, then you’ll love Amy Waeschle’s captivating novel. Download Rescuing Reeve to experience this page-turning mystery today!

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