A Matter of Trust by Susan May Warren ~ Review

A Matter of Trust (Montana Rescue, #3)
Lucie's Review:

EMT Gage Watson, and member of PEAK, used to be a famous free boarder, but his career came to a tragic end, and now he works for the ski patrol when he isn't doing search and rescue. But he can't seem to shake the memory of the girl who betrayed him.

Ella Blair is an attorney and the second youngest senator, and she is also the girl who betrayed Gage Watson and broke his heart. But when her brother Oliver goes into restricted areas on Glacier National Park, she must rely on Gage to help her bring him back safe.

Will Gage and Ella be able to trust each other again?

Ella knows that she is the last person that Gage wants to see, but she know that if there is one person who can find her brother, that it would be Gage Watson. I was hard for me to like Ella at first because of what she did to Gage and her hardened exterior, but once I got to know her real self better, I liked her.

Gage is a great guy, and even though it's awkward to be with Ella, he still wants only the best for her, and is willing to do what he can to help her. I think that the dialog was excellent, stilted at first between Ella and Gage, then it warms and becomes more natural as they become more comfortable with each other again.

This is a fast, action-packed read with plenty going on, I really liked the side story with Ty and Brette, who are great friends. I loved the sense of community and teamwork from PEAK, and getting to see characters from other stories still working together. This is a well told story of love, forgiveness, second chances, and adventure. Highly recommend!

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