Thursday, February 27, 2014

Atonement (Beartooth, Montana #4) by B. J. Daniels

Atonement by B.J. DanielsRomantic Suspense

What Goodreads says:

"Just how far are people willing to go to keep their secrets?
Protecting the citizens of Beartooth, Montana, is never an easy job. One year later, Sheriff Dillon Lawson still feels guilty that he couldn't save his twin brother, Ethan. But the biggest test of his bravery comes when Tessa Winters arrives, claiming to be pregnant…with Ethan's baby. At first, Dillon can't decide if this beautiful woman is a con artist or a victim. If Ethan didn't die in that car crash, then where is he—and why is he hiding?

Now, Dillon is prepared to do anything to uncover the truth…anything except admit his growing feelings for Tessa. But with violence threatening, Tessa and Dillon must trust in each other to save not only themselves…but also Tessa's unborn child."

Atonement is another riveting story filled with danger and romance.  Set in Beartooth, Montana some of the story is a carry-over from the previous books and some is new to Atonement.  If you have followed the series you won’t be surprised at the level of tension B. J. Daniel infused into the story.  If this is your first Beartooth, Montana story you are in for a treat.

Atonement sees the end to one mystery.  At the end of the last book no one knew what had happened to Pam and Frank and Nettie were left hanging.  That mystery is solved in Atonement.  A new mystery is introduced and a new couple work to survive and find a HEA.  Dillion Lawson was a side character in previous books but takes center stage in Atonement.  Now he and Tessa Winters are working to find Dillion’s twin, Ethan and remove the danger Ethan put them both in.

I could not put Atonement down and read it all in one day.  Now I have to wait for the next book by Daniels.

Harlequin published Atonement by B. J. Daniels in 2014.

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