Bo is the kind of person who likes to go out, ride her horse, listen to the quiet and spend a little time out in the woods camping, to think. When she realizes that someone stole a lot of money from her mother's foundation she hires an auditor to figure out what's going on. When she doesn't come back at the appointed time, most assume that she's the one who took it and ran off. Jace has dubbed himself as the one to find her and bring her back but the sight that meets him when he finally does catch up, gives him a well-deserved shock.
From the way the book is written you really get three stories in one, the investigation surrounding Bo's mother, her worried father, Jace's sister is interesting and then you have Bo, Jace and the two Ray's. These characters really made the book and in no way took away from the plot. I really enjoyed reading this.
When danger claims her, rescue comes from the one man she least expects
A cowgirl at heart, Bo Hamilton does her best thinking in wide-open spaces. So when money goes missing from the family foundation she runs—meaning one of her trusted ragtag employees is a thief—Bo rides into the Crazy Mountains to figure things out. But a killer hiding among the sawtooth ridges takes her captive…and isn't planning on ever letting her go.
Bo's disappearance gets folks thinking she's the guilty one run off with the money, but Jace Calder would bet his ranch that she's innocent. Not that he has any reason to trust the beautiful, spoiled senator's daughter. But she also gave his troubled sister a job when no one else would. For his sibling's sake, Jace is going after Bo and bringing her home to face the truth. But up in the mountains, he finds Bo at the mercy of a suspected murderer. As her only hope, Jace is about to find out what they're both made of.