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Family Feud. Attraction. Murder. Maggie Somers returns from her grandfather’s funeral to find his house trashed. Zach Collier, the grandson of her family’s nemesis, stands in the middle of the mess looking as guilty--and handsome--as sin. For decades the two families have feuded over the priceless diary of Father Santiago. Zach’s grandfather has also recently died, and he b Family Feud. Attraction. Murder. Maggie Somers returns from her grandfather’s funeral to find his house trashed. Zach Collier, the grandson of her family’s nemesis, stands in the middle of the mess looking as guilty--and handsome--as sin. For decades the two families have feuded over the priceless diary of Father Santiago. Zach’s grandfather has also recently died, and he believes the deaths are somehow connected. The diary's discovery along with a possible treasure map is what destroyed the family friendship. Danger is everywhere when Zach and Maggie realize they're not the only ones looking for the treasure. If they are ever going to find answers to their grandfathers' deaths and unravel the ancient diary's secrets, they must put aside their anger. It doesn't take long to realize the killer is now after them. Will Maggie and Zach learn to trust each other before the treasure and their lives are lost?


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Family Feud. Attraction. Murder. Maggie Somers returns from her grandfather’s funeral to find his house trashed. Zach Collier, the grandson of her family’s nemesis, stands in the middle of the mess looking as guilty--and handsome--as sin. For decades the two families have feuded over the priceless diary of Father Santiago. Zach’s grandfather has also recently died, and he b Family Feud. Attraction. Murder. Maggie Somers returns from her grandfather’s funeral to find his house trashed. Zach Collier, the grandson of her family’s nemesis, stands in the middle of the mess looking as guilty--and handsome--as sin. For decades the two families have feuded over the priceless diary of Father Santiago. Zach’s grandfather has also recently died, and he believes the deaths are somehow connected. The diary's discovery along with a possible treasure map is what destroyed the family friendship. Danger is everywhere when Zach and Maggie realize they're not the only ones looking for the treasure. If they are ever going to find answers to their grandfathers' deaths and unravel the ancient diary's secrets, they must put aside their anger. It doesn't take long to realize the killer is now after them. Will Maggie and Zach learn to trust each other before the treasure and their lives are lost?

30 review for Into the Danger

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jan Locke

    Another wow! I opened this ebook and walked right in to an adventure! I love to be instantly drawn in to the story and the lives of the characters and Margaret Daley does it every time! I liked the tie in to the first book in this series, which has been my favorite, and readers get to know how Zach is doing since his South American adventure. From the first page you'll feel the suspense that the Collier-Somers feud started many years ago! Another wow! I opened this ebook and walked right in to an adventure! I love to be instantly drawn in to the story and the lives of the characters and Margaret Daley does it every time! I liked the tie in to the first book in this series, which has been my favorite, and readers get to know how Zach is doing since his South American adventure. From the first page you'll feel the suspense that the Collier-Somers feud started many years ago!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Good a book about two people who each lost their grandfathers and the two who died were no longer friends.due to

  3. 4 out of 5

    Donald And

    Great book This was a great book. Kept you on the edge of you seat. This was a great series. Enjoy all Margaret books.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susan Hertzog

    Excellent and exciting tale Margaret Daley writes a moving story of intrigue and adventure. Combined with historical details the tales prove to be educational.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ophelia Sellers

    Into the Danger Intrigue. Suspense. Danger. Romance. I recommend this book to all readers who like biting their nails while reading, and who have time to read the whole book without laying it down.

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