Gripping romantic suspense, set in far north Queensland, where the stakes are high but passions and deceptions run deep. Previously published as BORDER WATCH.
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Intrigue, danger and romance in Australia's tropical far north.
Above the crystal waters of North Queensland, Captain Morgan Pentland patrols the vast Australian coastline. When Customs Agent Rafe Daniels joins her crew, she is immediately suspicious. What is he doing around her plane when she isn t there? And why is he asking so many questions?
What Morgan doesn t know is that Rafe has her under surveillance. Critical information about their Border Watch operations is being leaked and she is the main suspect, but when Morgan and Rafe are shot down in a tragic midair attack, they realise they have to start working together and quickly. One of Australia s most loved icons is the next target and they have only nine days to stop it.
Will they uncover details of the plot in time, or will the tension that is growing between them jeopardise everything?
Wings of Fear, and Helene Young's second novel, Shattered Sky, have both been awarded the Romantic Book of the Year by Romance Writers of Australia.
This story is HUGE! It has depth of both plot and character that you rarely see in the contemporary romance-suspense genre. - Jenn J McLeod, blogspot
here's intrigue, adventure, the threat of terrorist attack and a romantic twist. - NW
If you're after romance that throws in an element of danger and intrigue this book is a must read. - Cairns Post
The story has pace, a great romance and the bonus of the author's knowledge of the risks and rewards of Lauren's world. - Woman's Day
Helene Young lives on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef in North Queensland. Her work as a senior captain with a major regional airline takes her all over the east coast of Australia and she is as passionate about aviation as she is about writing. WINGS OF FEAR (originally published as BORDER WATCH) was her first novel; SHATTERED SKY her second. The two are loosely linked connected. Visit her at www.heleneyoung.com and www.facebook.com/HeleneYoungAustralianAuthor