Why I read it
I’ve read all of the Gray Brothers books and loved them!
What I rated it
What it’s about
You can’t escape the past . . .
Noni is desperate. Her infant niece has been kidnapped, and the only person who can save her is a private detective with too many secrets to count–and more enemies than he can name. A man who walked away from Noni without any warning a year ago, a man who broke her heart. But with Talia’s life on the line, Noni needs his help now more than ever–and this time, she won’t take no for an answer . . .
The moment Denver Jones sees Noni, the memories come rushing back. The fire in her eyes. The determination in her voice. The danger of having her in his life. Denver had to push her away once, but now with vicious criminals threatening Noni and her niece, he’ll do whatever it takes to protect them. But enemies from his past are circling, and they’ll use anything–and anyone–to get to Denver.
Don’t let my ranking give you a bad impression of this book. I liked this book. I truly did. Three stars to me means that I enjoyed the book, and I’ll remember it.
I’ve been following the Gray and Blood Brothers since before I was a blogger, and I have always enjoyed the stories. All the brothers hold a special place in my heart. I was hooked to my Kindle, wanting to know what would happen next.
Noni and Denver had incredible chemistry together, and I loved the story development. Since this book was the final brother, I was anticipating the book would be a bit longer than the others, and I was correct. However, at times, I felt the story was dragging and could have been cut down a bit.
The Dr and the Sheriff are back and worse than ever. The book was FULL of twists and turns even I didn’t see coming! I loved it! But there were a few times I felt the story was extended unnecessarily. Denver has to make some choices, and a few times, I felt he took the wrong path, making things harder on himself later.
Overall, I truly loved this book, and if you’ve been following this group of soldiers, you will not be disappointed.