Rescuing Riley was a fun and exciting adventure - even if it seemed a little over the top in the unrealistic realm of things. When Riley comes to visit her best friend Liza and finds out she’s disappeared, she is set on finding her and figuring out just what the heck is going on. But Liza’s cousin, Ex-Navy SEAL Joshua, along with his service dog are supposed to keeping an eye on her.
There are tons of roadblocks along the way, including an annoying assistant that never seems to tell the truth. And when Riley repeatedly runs headlong into trouble even though she’s warned not to - I started to get a little annoyed with her too. If the SEAL and the FBI are telling you it’s dangerous, then you might want to listen to them.
I enjoyed some of the story, and didn’t enjoy the rest of the story. I’m glad I read it because the Gold Coast Retrievers is a great series, and I love how the characters connect with each other from book to book. I just wish I could have liked this one a little bit more.
**I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book**