Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Talon by Ronie Kendig


Talon: Combat Tracking Team (A Breed Apart #2)

Suspense, action, drama is high in this book. It is also a clean read. A Christian romance, mystery book with spies, military story.
The characters are good but you don't always know who a character really is till the book is through. Some of the suspense mystery I was able to figure out but most did not even guess.

The plot seems simple but their is always more going on than seams. It jumps time frame with lots of flashbacks into Russia. I admit I was lost at times till we got more information. You want to keep reading to figure out the answers.

Cardinal is a man with a mission. He does not want to work with a woman or use her. He is forced to work or play Aspen. Cardinal is a spy but he has so many secrets. I really like Cardinal and want to know all his secrets.

Aspen twin brother was missing on a mission. His body was never recovered but instead of calling him MIA they declared him dead.
Aspen thinks their is something wrong with that. She was working in the JAG during her military service. She boxes with guys. She has been training her brother's dog Talon.

Talon was in the military but when Austin went missing, during the fight he got PSD and now is afraid of loud noises. Did not realize that dogs suffered from that too. Talon is the hope of Cardinal and Aspen to find where Austin is alive or not. If he is alive why did he disappear.

I like Ronie Kendig books, they are full of action. I look forward to reading more of her books.
I was given this ebook to read and asked to give a honest review of the book when I finished it by
05/01/2013 PUB Barbour Publishing, Inc. 352 pages ISBN-10: 1616266015

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Air Force veteran Aspen Courtland wants her brother back—dead or alive. Instead she adopts his combat tracking team dog, Talon. But after the attack that separated dog and handler, Talon is afraid of his own shadow. Military Intelligence Operative Dane Markoski has spent his life running from the truth. Now it’s the only thing that can save him—and rescue Austin Courtland—if he dares to face the past. Dane and Aspen need each other to untangle the web of lies. . .and they both need Talon. But can Talon overcome his fear—or will he put everyone in danger?

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