Title: Vanishing Hour
Author: Laura Griffin
Laura Griffin is hands down one of the best romantic suspense writers to date! Vanishing Hour has everything readers are looking for feisty female lead and a strong protective male who complement each other perfectly.
The story has a perfect flow from the growth of Ava and Grant to finding who they are and what they want. The murder mystery will have readers guessing until the end. Trust me readers will not want the story to end.
Trying to find a romantic suspense author who creates characters who are not just loveable but flawed so they come to life as if you could meet them on the street.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for advance copy of Vanishing Hour by Laura Griffin.
Corporate lawyer Ava Burch has had enough of the big city and the daily grind. She grew up with her father, who raised search-and-rescue dogs, in rural Texas and has moved to the small town of Cuervo to spend time in the dry, rugged wilderness near Big Bend National Park. When she and her dog, Huck, discover an abandoned campsite on a volunteer search-and-rescue mission, she's perplexed, but she carefully photographs it all the same.
All Grant Wycoff can see when he looks at Ava is a city slicker--with her designer jeans and shiny car--who has no business on a serious team made of seasoned outdoorsmen and retired cops. But when she tells him of her findings on the trail, he sees there's more to her than meets the eye.
Ava's discovery reminds Grant of the unsolved case of a young woman who went missing two years ago. As they look into the campsite further, another woman disappears under odd circumstances. With time running out, Ava and Grant must work against the brutal heat from both the Texas sun and their own electric chemistry to solve the case.
About The Author:
Laura Griffin is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than thirty books and novellas. She is a two-time RITA Award winner, and her book Desperate Girls was named one of the Best Books of 2018 by Publishers Weekly. Booklist magazine calls Laura's popular Tracers series "the perfect mix of suspense and romance."