The fourth and final book in Dana Mentink’s Gold Country Cowboys series is chockablock full of danger and suspense, as the Thorn family gathers to celebrate another Christmas and help brother Keegan protect Tracy Wilson from danger.
Tracy’s temporary amnesia after witnessing a murder and Keegan’s strained relations with local law enforcement and his birth father, as well as a threat emanating from the motorcycle gang he had cut ties with, make for interesting plot elements. But amidst the action and excitement, the author’s signature humor breaks the tension at just the right moments.
Romance, memory loss, and murder. A rip-roaring finale to a highly enjoyable series, this will be a highly anticipated and satisfying conclusion if read in order.
Lost Christmas Memories by Dana Mentink (Cold Country Cowboys, #4) | Harlequin’s Love Inspired Suspense, October 2018 | ebook,
This review refers to a library e-book copy. All opinions expressed are my own.
From the publisher:
A witness with amnesia
Can she trust this Gold Country Cowboy with her life?
Tracy Wilson witnessed a murder—but after a head injury, she can’t remember what she saw. Now someone plans to silence her for good, and only cowboy Keegan Thorn believes her. With a killer after her at Christmas, Tracy is running out of time to remember…and falling dangerously hard for the cowboy who could break her heart.