Robin Leigh Miller produces a page turning suspense as you race to find out what is going to happen next, both to Boomer and his team and with Ben and the “girls”. This one gets a highly recommended read from this reviewer.
The sequel to Black Smoke, but may be read as a standalone title.
Bizarre dreams haunt Boomer — a.k.a. Ben Campbell. Dreams of explosions, smoldering debris and young faces pleading for help in sign language. When he and his team are called in to rescue children taken hostage at a school for the deaf, the dreams become clear. Unimaginable horrors await these children if the team doesn't move fast.
Stepping out of the mayhem and coming to his rescue after a severe injury are two fiery redheads — Raya and her mother Hannah. In no time they burn their way into Boomer's heart. Raya is a burst of sunshine in his mundane life. Hannah is the other half of himself he didn't know he was looking for. Secrets swirl around their relationship, threatening to rip this ready-made family apart. Boomer will have to come to terms with Hannah's past and present quickly or face the rest of his life alone.