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Wild Montana Skies

28637713Search and rescue pilot Kacey Fairing is home on leave in Mercy Falls, Montana, twelve years after she joined the military to escape the mistakes of her past. With a job waiting for her as the new lead pilot of Peak Rescue in Glacier National Park, Kacey hopes to reconnect with the now-teenage daughter she sees only between deployments. What she doesn’t realize is that someone else is also back in town.

Ben King has been building his country music career since the day Kacey shut him out of her life. Now all of that’s on hold when his injured father calls him home to help run Peak Rescue until he’s fully recovered. It doesn’t take long, though, to discover his father’s ulterior motives as Kacey Fairing walks into the house and back into his heart.

With Mercy Falls in a state of emergency due to flash floods, Kacey and Ben are forced to work together to save lives. But when floodwaters turn personal, can they put aside the past to save their future?

**I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.**

5 Star
Some novels are just a breath of fresh air. You read them, and get so caught up with them that everything else just goes by the way side. This was one of those books for me. From the opening chapter, to the closing one, I found myself enjoying living in Montana for awhile. These characters came to life for me and I cared about them.

Wild Montana Skies has elements of many genres. Of course there is a love story here, but there’s also a bit of mystery. While some of the threads are left unresolved (which I assume will continue through at least the next book of this series), this one does have a satisfying conclusion. But that also leaves me to assume that this will be a series of novels that should probably be read in order.

At the end, I adored this book and I was sad to turn that final page. It’s a book that I would highly reccommend. It has wonderful themes surrounding shame and forgiveness all wrapped up in a story that is hard to put down.

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