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No Greater Hell (Lost and Found, Inc. Book 4)

by Jerrie Alexander

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Life expectancy for characters in a Jerrie Alexander book are not very long. High body count in this latest in the Lost and Found, Inc series.

If you haven't read the previous books in this series I recommend at least reading Hell or High Water before reading this as Jake's story starts in that book. Also anything from this point could be spoilerish if you haven't read the previous books.

Jake's fate was hanging in the balance in the second and third book in the series. We finally get to see him recovered from his surgery but find that he is living with a ton of guilt over the things he did when he had the brain tumor. One of his biggest regrets is what he did to Holly even though in the end he saved her. Jake says good bye to his friends at Lost and Found, Inc and goes to work on his Aunt's farm. After a violent storm ravages the towns around him the last person he expects to see working at the temporary hospital set up to help storm victims is Holly.

After her horrible ordeal of being kidnapped and almost raped by a madman Holly decided she wanted to help others and went back to school to be a nurse. She is part a of volunteer medical team that gets sent to towns that have experienced disasters. Its been two years since she's seen Jake and she surprised to see Jake bring victims in. She's forgiven him for the past now if she could just convince Jake to forgive himself.

As with all disasters not only does it bring out good people but it also brings out the bad guys. Holly gets herself on the radar of a killer after a situation and Jake's immediately steps up to protect her even though he is at war with himself over his attraction to Holly. ( )
  CindySnS | Oct 26, 2016 |
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