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Review: Hunted

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Review: Hunted

Hunted by Sandra Robbinshunted
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Publisher: Larkspur Lane Press
Publication Date: May 13, 2016

After over 100 successful missions as the sniper Gray Feather, Colt Hanson has walked away from active duty to training others at the Firebrand Training Center. The Firebrand Brotherhood has all transitioned from being a covert arm of the CIA to being trainers for any law enforcement officers who need it. This has allowed them to pursue civilian lives in relative peace. While Colt enjoys the safety of the training center, he can’t forget his mission in Africa that brought down the leader of the Leopard Army but also ended the life of his unborn daughter and ultimately, his marriage.

Sloan Hanson has been running for five years from the grief of losing her baby daughter. Beaten nearly to death by Nimrod, second in command of the Leopard Army, she can’t seem to forgive her husband, Colt, for starting the chain of events in the first place. Traveling from job to job as a replacement nurse, Sloan manages to keep her grief on the back burner until one night Nimrod shows up at her clinic, taking her captive and killing three people to get to her. Used as bait to trap Gray Feather, Sloan fears that BOTH of them will die at the hands of this madman.

When Colt receives a text message featuring pictures of a battered Sloan, his panic knows no bounds. He follows instructions, ending up in Dallas, TX. From there, he uses his tracking skills to find the place Sloan is being held. He arrives in time to create a diversion as he sees Sloan escape out the back door. Can the two of them stay one step ahead of Nimrod and his cronies when it seems that someone else is working against them? Will they be able to work together when it becomes apparent that their love never died even though their marriage did?

This book was INTENSE! Every time I thought, “Whew! They got away!” Nimrod would show back up in their rearview mirror. It soon became apparent that someone they were trusting wasn’t very trustworthy. Safe houses weren’t safe. New transportation was traceable. Even bodyguards could be compromised. If you love suspense, this was one of the best I’ve read recently! I definitely recommend Hunted (Book #2 in the Firebrand Brotherhood series).

Rated PG-13: Many, many people die – some in pretty spectacular ways. This is NOT a book for young children.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by Publisher via bookfun.org. Thank you!

 

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