Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren | Book Review

Troubled Waters by Susan May Warren Book Review

Susan May Warren is one of my all-time favorite authors. I think I’ve read all but two or three of her books (and she’s written a lot!), and I always preorder her new releases so I’ll have them as soon as they come out. As you can imagine, I was so excited when I had the chance to read her newest book, Troubled Waters, before it came out on January 2nd!

Troubled Waters is the fourth book in the Montana Rescue series, and it follows the members of the PEAK Rescue team in Montana, near Glacier National Park. The main characters in this book are Ian Shaw, the billionaire who founded PEAK to search for his niece when she went missing, and Sierra Rose, Ian’s former assistant and current assistant to the team. We’ve been getting parts of their story all through the series, and we finally get some resolution in this book!

Susan May Warren’s books keep getting better the more she writes, and this one is no exception! She is a master at creating characters who seem authentic from the first page, and who really come to life, with real challenges, struggles, uncertainties, joys, and successes. Every detail serves to add to the story rather than distract, and there’s enough action to keep things interesting, but none of it seems unrealistic. Most of all, I just love the stories she weaves… they make me want to move to Montana and meet the team! The best part is, we will have two more chances to catch up with the team with the last two books in the series. The next one, Storm Front, releases on May 1, 2018. I can’t wait! 🙂

The publisher provided me a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. I was not required to give a positive review; I just truly love Susan May Warren 🙂