Rescuing Reeve explores an emotionally charged landscape of love, loss, and second chances—and the risks one woman will take to save a fallen family member.
When volcano seismologist Dr. Cassidy Kincaid wraps up her field season on Costa Rica’s most active volcano, she heads to the beach for a rare treat: five days of surfing and relaxation. But a call from a family member forces a change in plans. Cassidy’s miscreant stepbrother, Reeve, has gone missing in the nearby town of Tamarindo.
The last thing Cassidy needs is a risky adventure, especially one involving Reeve. The last time she saw him, a police officer was shoving him into a patrol car. However, Cassidy discovers that Reeve had called her on the night he was last seen. Had it been a desperate cry for help?
Driven by guilt, Cassidy vows to find Reeve, and embarks on a journey that will lead her into the underbelly of the Latin American surfing world. A place of deceit and darkness, of oppression and terror. Though what she learns about Reeve will surprise her, the journey comes at a terrible price, threatening everything she’s come to trust about herself, love, and her fiancé’s recent death.
With surf scenes from Costa Rica’s best waves, Rescuing Reeve delivers a gripping and heartbreaking story about the lengths we are willing to go to save our family, and the challenges we must overcome when learning to love again.