Harlequin MIRA, Sep 30 2014, $7.99
In Mexico though still hurting from his confrontations, the retired Stormchaser feels euphoric after he slaughtered the FBI agents pursuing him. However, his elation turns to rage when he learns his enemies not only survived but are with women he unsuccessfully tried to kill. This time he targets someone he worked with at disaster relief, Red Cross volunteer Laura Doyle, who survived a plane crash in the Rockies when her fiancé FBI Agent Cameron Winger led a rescue.
The Stormchaser begins a killing spree to get him closer to his intended victim, but uses a different M.O. to conceal he’s back. However, his setbacks, desperation and injuries lead to mistakes he never made before as the Stormchaser increasingly loses control.
The final Forces Of Nature romantic suspense (see Going Twice) is an exciting thriller as the audience anticipates the confrontation, but not a surprising third party hero. What makes Going Gone a winner is the mental deterioration of the villain from his Going Once diabolical brilliance. Sharon Sala provides a taut finish to this engaging trilogy.