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5 Stars Out Of 5
Suspense? Through and Through
May 30, 2013
It's impressive to find a strong heroine that isn't shady about truth. That is Madison in a nut shell. It's even better to find out that her rock is none other than Jesus Christ and is able to apply it to her work, life and loves. Vicki is an excellent story teller with plenty of details that keep you reading from the very from the very first line.
I received this book from book fun.org for my honest opinion and would recommend it to anyone that loves a great thriller full of suspense
The third installation series of Lost, inc., "Torn Loyalties" was the finality of "who done it!" All of Vicki Hinze's books in the Lost, inc. series were excellent written suspense that kept you wondering who was the culprit. It also spoke volumes of overcoming, to love again, and trust with your heart.
In "Torn Loyalties", an ex-military investigator Madison Mckay does not trust anyone. An ex POW who felt betrayed in work and love. She does not want to allow herself to fall for Grant Deaver, who she finds it hard to trust in him. Madison is framed for security breach at a top military facility. Would she be able to let Grant into her life and help her, or will she let her "trust" issues stop her from opening her heart. This story is about letting go and believing to trust again. Opening your heart no matter what and Trusting in God to help you through your situations.
I received this book from, The Book Club Network to read and review. I recommend this book and the series.
One of the great strengths of this book is the kick-butt heroine. A war hero with gritty determination and a near inability to trust. Talk about fodder for plot-lines! Madison is a character I won't soon forget.
Grant's devotion, his steady pursuit and infinite patience with Madison is the stuff romance readers drool over. At least this one did. And he has an internal conflict that ups the angst quite a few notches.
But be prepared for a complex plot that relies on the two previous books in the series. If you haven't read them, just go with the flow at the beginning because you're given a lot of information that you won't be able to process right away. It will all come together though as the story progresses with plenty of twists and turns and confusions galore to keep your mind reeling.