It's finally here--
the sequel to Untraceable!
I was lucky enough to participate in the Untraceable Blog Tour HERE, and I am honored to be part of the long-awaited sequel's blog tour. These books are great outdoor adventures.
As Grace recovers from tragedy, her science class is chosen by Agent Sweeney at the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to help with research on the new "Red Wolf Reintroduction Program".
While she’s excited about helping with the conservation of the endangered wolves, Grace knows this means being outdoors in the worst winter recorded, in a place she no longer feels comfortable. It also means working closely with Wyn (her ex) and his annoying girlfriend (Skyler), a girl whose idea of getting close to nature is picking silk plants and growing fake plants.
After a couple of wolves show up dead, Grace almost quits. However, when a fellow project team member goes missing, Grace continues the assignment under a renewed suspicion that someone might be sabotaging the conservation program. She quietly begins to hunt for clues.
Little does she know, she is being hunted too.
If you haven't read these books yet, you need to add them to your TBR list pronto. Yes, we all have too many books on our lists, but these ones are worth adding. I especially recommend them for fans of Hatchet and other outdoor stories. Shelli does a great job of building the outdoor tensions that come from the wild--both nature and man. Then, to top it all off, we get a taste of sweet romance. I liked Uncontrollable just as much as Untraceable. And I'm ready for the next book!
So excited for Shelli! Glad you liked this one as much as Untraceable.
Sounds great! I haven't read it yet but what's one more book added to my teetering pile of to-reads? It will never be too high!
Me too, Shannon. Shelli has put on a fabulous tour. I'm thrilled for all her success.
Oooohhhh, sounds so good!
All the best to Shelli! Yay! take care
CONGRATS to Shelli!
Glad you loved it! :)
Thank you so much for being part of my tour.
And thank you all for the support!
I loved both of these books - Shelli is brilliant!!! :)
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