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Review: Trinity

25 Feb Posted by in Reviews | 1 comment
Review: Trinity

Reviewed by: Lara M. Van Hulzen
Genre: Christian Fiction
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: September 2012

Former Green Beret, Heath Daniels, suffers from a traumatic brain injury he received while fighting in Afghanistan. When he and his Military War Dog, Trinity, are asked by an old friend to join a team called A Breed Apart, he’s skeptical, but curious.

Darci Kintz, a Military Intelligence Officer is posing as the leader of a geological survey team while tracking the Taliban in the Hindu Kush. Captured by her former boyfriend, who also happens to be an extremely dangerous man, only Trinity has what it takes to find her. And Trinity won’t obey anyone but Heath.

After meeting at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan, Heath is mesmerized by the tiny woman who refuses to let him get close to her. Agreeing to dinner, Darci knows letting Heath into her life is dangerous, but letting him into her heart is downright impossible. Once Darci goes missing during a mission, Heath is called upon to find her. Even though cautious because of the side effects of his injury, he goes after the woman who has captured his heart.

Once again, Ronie Kendig has written a fast paced, edge of your seat thrill ride. Full of action, drama and romance, this story does not disappoint. With detailed background in military operations, Trinity is an adventure any suspense romance reader will enjoy.

I particularly liked the relationship between Heath and Trinity. A dog lover myself, reading about their trust and loyalty was heart-warming. It also gives the reader a good look at what Military War Dogs do for our country and I have a new found respect for them. Trinity is the first book in a series and I look forward to the next title, Talon.

Rated PG: I chose PG instead of G because the military situations are intense for young readers. However, I would let my 12 year-old boys or my 14 year-old daughter read them. Ronie Kendig writes nothing that is inappropriate in any way. Her books are very clean.

                                        Review copy provided by the publisher. Thank you!

 

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