Sunrise by Susan May Warren // Review

Pilot Dodge Kingston returns to his stomping grounds after ten years away working as a pararescue jumper. His homecoming comes at the perfect time to help his family out on their Alaskan ranch turning his short trip into an extended stay. His former flame Echo likes to live life on her own terms in the wild, but when her friend goes missing in the middle of a blizzard will he be able to find her in time?

An action packed reunion set in the breath-taking wilds of Alaska. The first in the series this book introduces us to the Kingstons of Sky King Ranch, giving a glimpse into the past where the rift between the brothers began and setting up the next books in the series. I liked the interaction between Echo and Dodge as they reconnected and found trust. I liked that the relationship between Dodge and Echo didn't lean too heavily on the past, as well as how Dodge's father was a wise man of strong faith and gave excellent advice when needed. 

Overall, a fast paced read with excellent characters, strong faith, and an excellent plot. Echo is a gutsy heroine, who isn't afraid to face the wilderness and stand her ground. I'm excited to read the rest of the books in the series. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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