This degree has also given her a fabulous perspective on her characters and how to not only make them deeper, stronger, but to make them realistic and know how they'll respond to each situation. Her debut novel, Dead Reckoning released March 2010 from Abingdon Press. And her Discarded Heroes series began in July 2010 from Barbour with the first book entitled Nightshade.
This is the second book in the series.
ABOUT THE BOOK
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No really…what a man!
I am not a thriller reader. I like suspense and will watch the occasional Law and Order LA, but I am not a thriller reader.
DIGITALIS and Ronie Kendig have made me a thriller reader.
I think what made this book so appealing is the romance. Let’s be honest here, Colton “Cowboy” is one hunky hero. Right. Off. The. Bat. This book got going. I thought maybe at first it was moving “too” fast, but quickly changed my mind. Piper and Colton’s romance smolders just below the surface, hot enough to feel the incoming flames. But when the strong wind of lethal secrets snuffs out what was just getting started, I was crushed.
Life continues to get worse and worse until I wasn’t sure if anything could bring them back together. Dialogue is snappy and to the point and the ensemble cast is really perfect. I always get a kick out of the “Kid” and hope I get to read his story…?
A couple of the actions schemes in Israel were a bit hard for me to follow personally- but again, not a thriller reader here folks. I’m not saying it was a problem with the fiction, I just personally got the glazed over feeling. But not for too long and it was punchy enough I didn’t want to quit.
Very good from cover to cover, I will want to re-read this one again!
This review is my honest opinion. Thanks to the publishers through CFBA for my copy to review.