The Hitman’s Mistake
After Miranda Whitley stops crooked cops from assassinating a prominent Seattle judge, she’s next on the hit list, and her survival depends on the buff FBI Agent she’s had one awkward encounter with. But can she find him in time?
The last person Grant Morley expects to discover on his annual supply run to a Montana mountain hermit is alluring Miranda Whitley, nearly dead from a bullet wound in her side. An accidental witness or the cold-blooded accomplice to would-be assassins?
Miranda must convince Grant of her innocence, evade the killers intent on preventing her testimony, and fight her unwanted attraction for the agent…an attraction which seems to be mutual. Fortunately, love thrives in Emma Springs. If you love sizzling chemistry, Montana’s mountain landscape, and fast-paced action, then you’ll love Sally Brandle’s galloping thriller, The Hitman’s Mistake.
Uncaged Review: After Miranda witnesses her friend and judge’s attempted murder, she has to disappear as her life is in danger. Miranda barely gets out of town in time, and goes to a dude ranch in Montana to hide out. When out for a trail ride with the guests, she falls behind and is shot at – they’ve already found her. A FBI agent she had met before, saves her and slowly she opens up to him.
This is a nicely paced suspense, with enough danger to keep you turning the pages with a sweet, clean romance that builds slowly. Secondary characters are well thought out, including my favorite, the mule, Red. He’s a hero in this book and Ms. Brandle can bring him over to my farm any day.
Reviewed by Cyrene