Into the Dawn by Cindy McDonald
Another blockbuster plot – suspenseful and a very intriguing concept.
While on a camping trip in the Colorado Rockies, First Force operative, Casey Rhodes and Hawke International operative, Peyton Mattock were having the time of their lives.
Separated by an ocean, the two operatives rarely saw or heard from each other, but on this short vacation the sparks ignite the flames of passion they believed to be real, but now cannot deny. Peyton insists that on this lover’s holiday they leave all weaponry behind—after all, what would they need them for? Casey reluctantly agrees, and it seems like a wonderful idea—until Peyton goes missing.
Trapped in the middle of every-lovin’ nowhere, unarmed and alone, Casey must find the man she yearns for and fight with primitive weapons, alongside an unlikely ally to gain his freedom from those who have an unbelievable scheme!
About Cindy McDonald:
For 26 years Cindy’s life whirled around a song and a dance–she was a professional choreographer. She taught ballet, jazz, and tap. During that time she choreographed many musicals and an opera for the Pittsburgh Savoyards.
Most recently, she has retired to write her novels. She resides with her husband and Cocker Spaniel, Allister, on their Thoroughbred farm know as Fly By Night Stables near Pittsburgh.
To learn more about all of Ms. McDonald’s book series’ and to read excerpts from her upcoming books, please visit her website: www.cindymcwriter.com
You can also find out about her cozy mystery series, Fiona Quinn Mysteries, and her children’s books under her pen name, C.S. McDonald.
Review by Sherry Wilson:
Another blockbuster plot – suspenseful and a very intriguing concept. Not many people remember a time before cell phones and most couldn’t live without them or the other electronic devices we all have. I loved the twists and just when you thought you had it figured out, it changed!
This is one of the best series I’ve read and I really like how Cindy focuses on various members of the First Force team in each of the books. You can read them as standalone or in the order they were published. It’s a tribute to her writing that you feel so in touch with the characters and can’t wait to see the story evolve.
For me, I’m a happy ending kind of gal and always feel a sense of relief when that happens. Now I just have to be patient and wait for the next in the series. Thanks for a wonderful read and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good story that you can’t put down.