When Cassie McBride discovers a dead body in a rental cabin, she quickly becomes the killer's next target. Now the upbeat, chatty property manager is under the personal protection of police chief Nate Walsh—the living embodiment of the strong, silent type. Nate's tragic past has taught him that a cop falling for a pretty witness can lead to disaster. Dogged at every turn by the murderer, Nate must stay focused and not let his growing feelings for Cassie interfere with his duty. If there's any hope for Cassie—or a future for them—it's going to take all Nate's skill to not only keep her safe…but to keep her alive.
Series: Echo Mountain
Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Love Inspired (September 6, 2016)
My review: Witness Pursuit by Hope White (Echo Mountain #5)
This is the fifth book in Echo Mountain series and the second book that I have read in the series. It can stand alone but there are a lot of familiar characters to see again.
Witness Pursuit is a good clean Christian read. It has lots of drama, suspense, action and prayer.
Cassie McBride has a job getting cabins ready for the next renters. When she is running late she finds a dead
woman in the cabin and a dog in the closet. Cassie calls 911 and while she waits she sees a man walk up to the cabin with a shovel. Cassie takes the dog and runs away without purse of keys.
Cassie is the youngest of the McBrides. She dreams of getting away to travel. She is also a chatterbox.
Police Chief Nate Walsh knows Cassie. In fact her older brother is a good friend of his. He is really concerned about her. He plans to protect her.
Cassie goes from one dangerous event to another as she is targeted. Know one knows why they are after her.
I want to read the first three books of the series someday soon.
I was given the Witness Pursuit to read for free from NetGalley and Harlequin. In return i agreed to give a honest review of Witness Pursuit.