Margaret gets you straight into this story by chapter one. Once you read this book, you will not be able to put it down. Kyra Morgan has her own business, which is why she is Flamenco Bay to get some relaxation and sun. She has been so busy doing her business thing, that she really needs some time in the sun and not thinking about work or all that it entails.
As she is enjoying the quietness of the beach, a body comes to her and tells here that a man is after them. Kyra grabs her gun and chases after where they were. She comes across a young woman who isn’t hurt but is very upset and she takes off running. She continues chase but losses him in the swamp. As she returns to the original crime scene, she sees her once secret crush working as a doctor., Michael It turns out that Michael’s sister is one of the survivors and know what is going on.
As Kyra starts along this journey of trying to help Michael find his baby sister, Amy. Kyra will do anything to get Amy and her friend Laurie away from the bad men and help them get resolved what needs to be. It turns out that Amy, Laurie, and their boyfriends saw something that they should’ve. The guy is willing to kill them and all connected to them to keep this a secret.
As the heat crakes up on this case, so does the connection between Kyra and Michael. Can this throw them together or will they both wind up dead?
I loved this story. I finished it in a day and felt that all the issues I had built, had been resolved, I did NOT read the end of this book first, although it I did die a little inside. I would recommend this story to so many people. It was clean and fun and something that everyone could read! Enjoy!
You can read an excerpt here.
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Title: Hidden in the Everglades
Author: Margaret Daley
Format: Paperback, eBook
Page Nos.: 216
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Release Date: Sept. 6, 2011
**I received a copy of this book from the publisher but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.
Page Nos.: 448
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Release Date: September 2010
**I received a copy of this book from NetGalley but was not required to provide a review and it did not impact my review in any way.