Quick Summary: A gritty romance set in Afghanistan where absolutely anything can happen.
What I liked: I liked the descriptions of Afghanistan and life there that made the story live for me. I enjoyed the beginning of the story that set up the entire novel with tight suspense. The story itself is believable since in that part of the world anything can happen. I also liked the connection to characters in her previous series.
What I did not like: I cannot remember anything I did not like.
The bottom line: Readers looking for Christian romantic suspense need to pick this one up today.
Another favorite from Ronie Kendg!!! Even though it starts with an ending and kind of make you worry throut the book when they are going to get captured, I still enjoyed it emensly!! She is best at putting all things CIA and special forces and foreign cultures and.... spiritual depth and of course romance and tie it like no other author!!! I was very happy to be introduced to another member of green berets and to get a glimpse into the previous heroes. all that business with technology breach made me order the next book right away so i can figure out when the danger will pass. My favorite part of all Ronie's books is her deep research and in this one the detailed interview with an actual special forces soldier, it made her story, even though fictitious to appear very realistic.
I recommend this book to all military fans, and to guys especially ... you feel like your world is too hard to tackle try reading this book and learn what hard life really means.
Disclaimer: I have received a free copy of this book from the publisher, through netgalley, in exchange for my honest opinion.
My fifteen-year-old daughter grabbed this one as soon as she found out I had it. Her first question when she was done was, "When's the next one coming out?"
I had a hard time getting into this book, but I persevered because I KNOW that Ronie Kendig is an excellent writer. After the first chapter or so, I was hooked, as I knew I would be. Ms. Kendig managed to take us into the dark places we rarely think about--and would prefer not to experience--to give us what I assume is a fairly accurate portrayal of life as a special forces serviceman/woman. In her typical manner, she showed us the dangers they face every day as they fight for our freedom.
Kudos to Ronie Kendig for another excellent book, though the romantic in me would have preferred a bit more romance. :)
***I received this book from the author/publisher in return for an honest review.