DON’T CRY FOR ME by Sharon Sala
Don’t Cry for Me by Sharon Sala
Rebel Ridge, Book 2
Reviewed by Tanya
Mariah Conrad had finally found a home with her military career. She had thought she might have found Mr. Right but when he was wounded and didn’t return to service she went back to doing what she did best. She was an amazing soldier, so when she is badly wounded in Afghanistan and released Stateside she is at a loss for what she is going to do next. That is until Quinn Walker arrives at her bedside. He is the man from her past and one she had thought would always be in her life. What is he doing here now she wonders? Will Mariah be able to come to terms with the way her life has changed, her feelings for Quinn and her PTSD?
Quinn has finally settled into a life relatively free of PTSD episodes and he finds his job as a Park Ranger to be rewarding. Quinn hears about Mariah and knows he has to bring her to Kentucky to recover. She is the one that has never left his thoughts (or dreams) and the strongest woman he has ever met. As their relationship seems to be progressing Mariah also seems to be struggling and Quinn isn’t sure why but, with a mysterious poacher on the mountain things seem to be becoming more and more complicated.
Is there more than one form of evil in their midst as new drugs show up in the local town or are they all connected somehow? Something is definitely not right in the normally peaceful Kentucky countryside. Can Mariah overcome the obstacles that present themselves when she most needs her strength and trust her instincts?
Don’t Cry for Me is a heartfelt look into a true heroine and the depths she will take to save the one man that is definitely supposed to be hers. I was pulled into the emotional battle from the beginning and couldn’t put the story down until the very end. Suspense, mystery and recovery are all expertly wound together in Don’t Cry for Me. I found Don’t Cry for Me to be both a nail-biter and an uplifting story and am Joyfully Recommending it to all contemporary romance readers.