* Review * MISSING IN BLUE MESA by Cindi Myers

* Review * MISSING IN BLUE MESA by Cindi MyersMissing in Blue Mesa by Cindi Myers
Series: The Ranger Brigade: Family Secrets
Published by Harlequin Intrigue on February 1, 2018
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A cult, a missing infant…

And a fearless lawman

To prove her sister’s murder, Michelle Munson infiltrates the cult led by “Prophet” Daniel Metwater. Having endured a tough life in foster care, she’s fiercely independent and distrustful of police. But when her baby disappears, she knows she’s come too close to learning Metwater’s secrets, and turns to Ranger Ethan Reynolds for justice. Facing down harrowing danger in Colorado’s wilderness, the resolute lawman fights to protect Michelle…and open her heart.


Vanished into thin air! Intrigue abounds from the start as we are brought into the fold quickly to realize the heroine is pretending to be something she’s not in order to find info on what happened to her sister. She’s taking daring chances and it comes back to bite her early in the book. If you’ve read any of this series previously, you will recognize the cult they are investigating as well as some of the other task force cops. The story was exciting and the characters easy to connect with. Looking forward to the next book in the series!

When Michelle Munson joins Daniel Metwater’s cult of happy followers, she has a goal in her sights. She plans to find proof that he and/or his brother murdered her sister and somehow made it look like an accident. She knows she’s gotten too close when Daniel catches her doing some sleuthing and shortly after her infant son comes up missing!

Task force member, Ethan Reynolds and his team have had their eyes on Metwater’s goings-ons for awhile and are eager to have an inside source to things that might be going on in that camp. When Michelle comes to him for help after her son is taken, they tentatively agree to help each other. Close quarters lead to strong attraction … but she doesn’t trust cops, so can he actually convince her that he’s an okay guy?


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