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Sabotaged by Dani Pettrey

The Iditarod race. A gruelling, race that demands everything from any person involved. With the isolated and rugged location, it offers the perfect back drop for all sorts of people to try many different things to see what they can get away with. And in Sabotaged by Dani Pettrey, one of the plots threaten not only people, but the beautiful Alaskan landscape as well.

Reef Mc Kenna and Kirra Jacobs have known each other since they were little kids. But, their extremely different personalities almost always clashed. Now, grown-up, they are working together on the search and rescue team for the Iditorod. When Kirra's uncle Frank, a musher in the race, fails to check in, they go our searching. They find Frank and he tells them that his daughter, Meg, has been kidnapped and he has to complete a task in order to save her life. Now, Kirra, Reef and Reef's entire family are working against the clock to find Meg and stop the people behind the plot before it is too late.

I read the first book in this series a few years back. This now is the fifth one, and I wish I had read the others as they had come out. This was another captivating read by Pettrey. It pulls you in from the beginning and doesn't lose your interest at all. While I would have liked a little bit more background for some the characters, overall, they were pretty well done. But the plot and the setting are really what make this book. I would definitely check out other books by this author.


I received this book free from BethanyHouse publishing in exchange for my honest review.

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