About the Book
Author: Terry Odell
Genre: Romantic Adventure
Number of Pages: 359
Synopsis: If someone asks single mother Frankie Castor to clear a room, she’ll smile and find a vacuum cleaner. Ryan Harper, on the other hand, uses a gun. Is it possible they can work together when their lives depend on it?
Frankie’s returned to her childhood home in Montana to help care for her mother. Her biggest worries are balancing the budget and the upkeep of an aging home. When she offers a man a ride home from the hospital, she never imagines she’ll end up having to choose between her daughter’s life and matters of national security that could cost the lives of millions.
Ryan returns to his family home to find a way to prove he didn’t leak vital information on a covert ops mission gone south. As he searches for the meaning of a file he’s kept hidden from the mission, he has no idea that international mercenaries have been searching for it—and him. When the mercenaries come after Ryan, he’s torn. Fighting for his country wars with fighting to rescue people he loves.
Set against a Montana mountain backdrop, When Danger Calls is a story filled with action, adventure, and romance, where the stakes keep getting higher and higher.
When Ryan's assignment goes bad and he ends up injured his boss puts him on leave and suspects Ryan may have something to do with leaked information. Ryan heads to his hometown, angry, bitter and hellbent on clearing his name. What he doesn't expect is falling for Franking Castor, but that's exactly what happens. Ryan's life is filled with danger and when that danger appears in his small town and puts everyone he loves at risk, Ryan finds himself in the fight of his life. Can he defeat the enemy, rescue his loved ones, and win Frankie's heart?
When Danger Calls takes readers on a thrilling ride where danger lurks around every corner and romance is on the horizon. This is a great read. I was hooked from the opening firefight and captivated clear through to the last kiss. The story is well written and the author's knowledge and research are evident. Ryan and Frankie are complex and thoroughly developed characters and I felt an immediate connection with the pair. The array of other characters add to the story's excitement and believeability. I definitely recommend picking up a copy.