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Wilderness Peril

2 Dec

Wilderness Peril

Wilderness Peril by Elizabeth Goddard


Run off the road and left for dead, Shay Ridiker’s only hope for surviving the frozen claws of the wilderness is pilot Rick Savage. The beautiful airplane mechanic came to Alaska expecting a routine repo, but a missing coworker and a crippled plane are just the tip of the iceberg. Now held captive by ruthless killers at a derelict gold mine, Shay needs Rick’s protection more than ever. But Rick has shadows that follow him into the land of the midnight sun. With gunmen at their backs, can he be all Shay needs—a haven…and a hero?


Wilderness Peril is an exciting story of adventure, suspense and romance! The plot twists and turns and sweeps you away to the frozen wilderness of Alaska. Don’t miss this great escape!

The action starts in the first chapter and doesn’t stop until the very end. Shay Ridiker is an airplane mechanic who has been dispatched to Alaska, along with pilot Rick Savage. These two co-workers are expecting a routine repair and repo, but soon find themselves running for their lives. Shay and Rick struggle to survive in the wilderness and escape the madmen who hold them captive.

Shay and Rick are both troubled by past experiences and reluctant to share their vulnerabilities. However, they must learn to trust each other in order to survive. Will their open hearts lead to love?

I enjoyed every minute of this action-packed adventure! Danger and suspense, coupled with troubled characters, kept me quickly turning the pages. Elizabeth Goddard has written another great escape and I can’t wait for her next adventure!

You can order your copy of Wilderness Peril today from Amazon, other online retailers, or your favorite bookstore!


highresgoddard-HR-2-2-e1382722351811Elizabeth Goddard is an award-winning author of eighteen romance and romantic suspense novels, including the romantic mystery, The Camera Never Lies—winner of the prestigious Carol Award in 2011. After acquiring her computer science degree, she worked at a software firm before eventually retiring to raise her four children and become a professional writer. A member of several writing organizations, she judges numerous contests and mentors new writers. In addition to writing, she home schools her children and serves with her husband in ministry. 

To learn more about Elizabeth and her books, visit her website at  www.elizabethgoddard.com.  While you’re there, be sure and sign up for her quarterly newsletter so you won’t miss any exciting news!

* I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review, which I have given.