Fiction/Christian/Suspense & Romance
Book 2 in The Breed Apart series is just another example of Ronie’s devotion to our military. While I recommend reading Trinity (book 1) because it’s good, Talon can be read as a stand-alone.
Ronie is now on my short list of favorite authors. I read Talon in one day. I couldn’t not. I wasn’t feeling well, so I had a good excuse to stay in bed and devour this novel, and devour it I did, stopping only for the absolute necessities.
Talon is another outstanding book full of suspense, danger, and LOVE.
I can hardly wait for Beowulf. January is so far away. 🙂
About the book:
Aspen Courtland is out to find her missing brother. Only his combat tracking dog, Talon, knows where to look. Problem is, after a brutal attack that separated dog and handler, Talon s afraid of his own shadow. The search is on, but when one mistake means disaster, can Talon muster the courage for one last mission?
Rating: My highest – 5 roses