About The Book: In the small town of Raincroft, the bonds of love and family are stronger than all outside or dangerous influences and adventures while romance blossoms between two unlikely people. Through determination and strength, Grace’s engaging characters find the courage to overcome adversity. This fourth book in Marie Grace's series, MYSTERY MOUNTAIN finds a teen violently kidnapped and held hostage to locate a family in the Witness Protection Program. A brutalized family is rescued - from the father. A painful hidden fracture is discovered on a rape victim, and now mountain justice must prevail. An old printer is discovered; what to do with it? An apartment dug out of the mountain is finished. Romance blooms with unlikely characters. A giant of a man creates a haven for a destitute widow and her sons.
About The Author: Marie Grace claims that she loves the mountains, adventure, mystery and romance. Her Mystery Mountain series has all of it. From repelling straight down a 300 foot canyon wall to rescue a fallen toddler from coyotes, to a brave mountain man crawling into a burning and collapsing mobile home to save a widow who was struck by lightning. A teen is violently kidnapped as a hostage for a Cartel gang looking for a family in the Witness Protection Plan, and her rescue by a smitten deputy, who had often ran into things on his old Harley as he watched her, is the talk of the town. Tween boys plan their mother's wedding -while she is in a coma, right down to hiring the Judge. People see Big Foot all through the forest - too many reports to ignore.
Some say she has an unusual sense of humor because she can find humor in almost any situation. She loves to people watch. Many people would make good cartoon characters.
She loves animals and has a one year old Chihuahua. She didn't know anything about this breed until she adopted Shep..It's been a real learning experience. This tiny mutt has an aggressive spirit that will challenge a large buzzard.
My Thoughts On The Book: I am not a fan at all of this book. I had not read the first three and had no idea what was going on, or who was involved. The book was very hard to follow and I found myself hoping it would end soon. It was choppy, not well developed, and very juvenile. I give this book a three out of 5.
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