Love can move mountains . . .
Strong, athletic, and driven, Tristan Sinclair is determined to fulfill his late brother’s wish to climb Pakistan’s K2, the world’s second highest mountain. He never expects part of the challenge will be getting along with one of his fellow climbers—or that the greatest peril may lie beyond the summit . . .
A passionate, life-long climber, Pakistan born Farah Nawaz is skeptical of the hotshot from Arizona. But as she and Tristan help each other conquer obstacle after obstacle, they find they have more in common than they thought—including a simmering attraction. And when suspicious deaths put them in the sights of a ruthless killer, they’ll have to cover their tracks long enough to find out why—and stay alive for a future together . . .
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MK SO did it again!
(Friday, December 29, 2017)
Reviewer: Lauren (Romance Novel Giveaways)
MK SO did it again!
I LOVE HER BOOKS. This is the fourth one I've read, and I didn't even read the synopsis. I knew whatever this book was about, that it would be excellent.
MK has an EXCEPTIONAL talent of conveying the soul-deep love between the hero and heroine. I'm telling you, the things Tristan said and did will melt your heart. And MK always includes "that one thing" between the characters, whether it's a special item or idea, that resurfaces at a time that really drives home just how much they love each other.
This is a true romantic suspense. No shortage of mystery and "on-the-run"-ness here. MK kept introducing characters and hinting at reasons why they could each be the person behind the tragedies that seemed to follow Tristan and Farah. Heck, I considered that one of them was behind everything...and maybe they are...you'll have to read to find out!
But for as much suspense as there was, there was as much, if not more, love.
And the imagery. WOW!!! Much of the book revolves around the K2 mountain and climbing it. It's beyond obvious that MK did a lot of research in making those aspects of the story as accurate as possible. I felt like I was right there with them, climbing this mountain...except safely on the ground...I hate heights ;)
So, in conclusion, yep...still a HUGE MK fan and I can't wait for her next book!!!
(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)