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Champion Backcountry Snowboarder Gage Watson Has Left The Limelight Behind After The Death Of One Of His Fans After Being Sued For Negligence And Stripped Of His Sponsorships, He S Remade His Life As A Ski Patrol In Montana S Rugged Mountains, As Well As Serving On The PEAK Rescue Team But He Can T Seem To Find His Footing Or Forget The Woman He Loved, Who Betrayed Him Senator And Former Attorney Ella Blair Spends Much Of Her Time In The Limelight As The Second Youngest Senator In The Country But She Has A Secret One That Cost Gage His Career More Than Anything, She Wants To Atone For Her Betrayal Of Him In The Courtroom And Find A Way To Help Him Put His Career Back On Track When Ella S Brother Goes Missing On One Of Glacier National Park S Most Dangerous Peaks, Gage And His Team Are Called In For The Rescue But Gage Isn T So Sure He Wants To Help The Woman Who Destroyed His Life More, When She Insists On Joining The Search, He Ll Have To Keep Her Safe While Finding Her Reckless Brother, A Recipe For Disaster When A Snowstorm Hits The Mountain But Old Sparks Relight As They Search For The Missing Snowboarder And Suddenly, They Are Faced With Emotions Neither Can Deny But When Ella S Secret Is Revealed, Can They Learn To Trust Each Other Even When Disaster Happens Again Now we re talking This novel is awesome I read it in one day, and I loved it from beginning to end.I was having a good time with this series so far, but A Matter of Trust took it all to the next level I m fully committed now.Gage is amazing Definitely, my favorite character in the book In the entire Montana Rescue series, actually He s real and always ready to help others no matter what I can t believe how much I enjoyed reading his story, his hopes, his past, and his dreams I felt a special connection with him Ella was great too, but Gage will have a place in my heart forever.Also, this book is so well written Susan May Warren is an artist with words I was totally involved with everything that happened throughout the book, even the sub plots It s incredible how the author is building the tension between the other characters in order to make you want and of them.It s working, Susie The PEAK Rescue team is far from over I know that this series will keep getting better and better, and I can t wait to see how all the details in the stories finally connect I received a copy of this book from Revell through NetGalley in exchange for my honest review All opinions expressed are my own This series is so EPIC I was pulled right into the story and felt like I was there on the mountain in the snowy powder cutting a line and dropping off cliffs I loved the backstory between Gage and Ella, the way they connected and felt like they could be themselves with each other There is plenty of conflict and angst as they are reunited and work together in tense and strenuous circumstances Being thrown together again made them face parts of their past that they had tried to forget, and they had great discussions about faith and God while resolving their difficulties Their chemistry was amazing and I loved the way Ella could keep up with Gage on the mountain and the joy they found in the extreme sport, even as they raced against a storm to find her brother Themes of trust, family, and finding one s purpose are strong in this story with fast paced adventure and toe curling romance Highly recommend I received a complimentary copy of the book all opinions in this review are my own How can a book series get any better, the characters dig deeper in your heart and make you want like a bad addiction I seriously don t know how this author does it Heart pounding adrenaline ride from the first mention of snowboarding down the mountain You can literally feel the spray of snow in your face, the biting cold down your neck your stomach dropping after each jump Gage is definitely in his element I could not wait to meet him in this book and I was not disappointed Flawed, hurting, and riddled with guilt, he leapt off the pages as someone I connected with Trying to make up for a past by becoming part of the PEAK team and burying the man he once was Until he meets up with the lawyer who prosecuted him years ago after he fell in love with her These two definitely clash With a common mission to save her brother Ollie from making the same mistake he did, they must learn to work together I enjoyed catching up with the other members of the PEAK team and their unbreakable bonds There are many layers to this as the story progresses I also love the strong faith theme and reminders that in spite of our past mistakes, God doesn t stop loving us If you love stories full of depth, flawed characters you can connect with, reminder of God s love, and romance rising out of the ashes of the past, then you ll want to pick up this one I highly recommend reading previous books to get the full effect of this series Lastly, like a good reader friend of mine says I ll be waiting on tenterhooks until the next installment I received a copy through Netgalley and wasn t required to leave a review All opinions are strictly my own Wow A simply amazing addition to the Montana Rescue series I enjoy these stories so much Gage and Ella were great characters I really liked Gage and felt for him and all that he had lost He was such an admirable character He pushed on, even though he carried some guilt and regret, and worked hard to help others I have to admit that I resented Ella some when I first met her on the pages But I quickly became a fan of hers, as well These two were perfect for each other in so many ways and this book was packed with danger, romance, and thrilling situations Once I started reading, it was almost impossible to stop.The Montana Rescue series has ongoing situations and characters that build on each other, however, I think A Matter of Trust can stand alone pretty well The author does a good job of mentioning some past events to catch the reader up I highly recommend the entire series.I received a complimentary copy of this book All opinions are my own.You can read this review on my blog at