A Matter of Trust

A matter of trustAuthor: Susan May Warren

Series: Montana Rescue #3

Publisher: Revell

Release Date: July 4, 2017

Rating: 5 Stars

Reviewer: Jessica Higgins

The third installment of the Montana Rescue Series proves to be the best by kicking up the action with a perfect romance!

Gage Watson thought his past was behind him, until a young snowboarder goes missing while trying to replicate one of Gage’s most complicated free rides. As a member of the PEAK rescue team, Gage goes out looking for him along with his sister Ella, who he was once romantically involved with before his life was turned upside down.  Together they race not only the dangers of the mountain, but also the danger of quickly falling for each other once again.

With each book in the Montana Rescue series, Susan May Warren has brought the characters to life and kept readers on the edge of their seats. A Matter of Trust brings all that and more.  Of the three books in the series, this has be my favorite.  Gage has a lot in his past he wants to let go of and it just isn’t going to happen for him.  That is so true for so many of us.  We may try to let go of the past but it always comes creeping back at us.  I loved the way Warren used Gage’s past to help him turn into the man he is today.  It goes to show that if we don’t let our mistakes, no matter how bad they may seem, ruin the rest of our lives we can do something great.  Ella has just as many demons that she can’t let go of and it almost brings her to the brink of destruction.  Fans of Warren’s work and the Montana Rescue series will be pleased to see many of the favorite characters back for smaller parts in this installment.  I didn’t expect to enjoy Gage and his story as much as I did but I am pleased to say it hooked me from the beginning and there was no turning back.  I recommend this book to fans of romantic suspense and those who have enjoyed Warren’s writing.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.

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