Tyler McCall was a teacher once. He made the mistake of falling for a young man who was also a student in the school where he taught. That mistake cost him his job, his freedom and everything he’d worked for. Now he lives in the Black Hills of Wyoming working at the Big Rock Inn. Linden Bourne is a no nonsense FBI agent based out of Arizona. When circumstances take Linden to Wyoming to question Tyler they find themselves trapped in the empty inn near Devils Tower by a blizzard. They’ve met before and their attraction to each other begins to grow.
The problem is they aren’t the only people stranded in the Big Rock Inn by the snow and wind. A killer has targeted Tyler and won’t let a little detail like an unexpected visit by the FBI stop what they’ve planned to do. Linden is completely out of his element but he’s sworn to protect and that’s exactly what he plans to do: protect Tyler at all costs.
As a fan of this series, I couldn’t wait to get started on this book. I have to say that once again I was blown away because Noble has been able to carry over the suspense, drama, action, everything from the previous books in the series into this book as well.
I was literally on the edge of my seat during certain parts of the book because the suspense was that great that I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen next.
Linden and Tyler were both great characters that it was really easy to connect with. Noble did a great job at making both men strong in their own ways, and still able to connect with and it was easy to see why they would be together.
Tyler’s character was so emotional for me, being able to follow along as he explained what all had happened to him, I couldn’t help but feel sorry for him. Thankfully things did end up working out, but I just wanted to hug him and hold him close because of everything.
Overall, a great addition to the series, and I will also add that although this is part of the Circles series, it can be read as a standalone. While it does mention the previous book in the series, it’s done in a way that shows it was just the introduction between the two characters.