Hidden Prey by Cheyenne McCray
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Contemporary, Romantic Suspense
Tori Cox is a talented musician that is also much sought after. She heads back to the small southwest town of her roots as she is getting away from an abusive relationship. When she arrives back in her hometown of Bisbee she finds herself in the wrong place at the very worst time. She witnesses the execution of a federal agent. An execution that is carried out by the son of El Demonio, who is the head of the Jimenez Cartel. Suddenly Tori and everyone she loves is in danger as the cartel comes after her to stop her before she can testify.
Landon Walker is a special agent with the Department of Homeland Security. He sees a beautiful woman running from the cartel, one of the world’s most ruthless cartels and by rescuing Tori he manages to save her. Now he is determined to protect her. Though soon protecting her isn’t enough for him. Landon’s heart has been wounded but soon the passion that blazes between them proves he wants Tori in ways he has never wanted another woman.
Diego Montego Jimenez is not about to let one young American woman threaten his family or his business. He will do everything in his power to kill Tori. He will not let anyone live that can testify against the Jimenez Cartel.
Landon will go to the ends of the earth to protect Tori. He isn’t about to let the cartel get their hands on Tori. He is also determined to show her that he will never let her go.
This is story that starts out fast and never slows down. The action is fast and furious and amazing. It makes for a story that is hard to put down. The characters are complex and well written and make for a story that the reader can easily get lost in. The small town of Bisbee comes to life for the reader and proves to almost be a character all on its own with the rich history of the town. This is the start of a series that if the other books prove to be as good as this one, will be one series readers that love romantic suspense won’t want to miss.
Received a review copy
I give this one 5 red roses