Friday, June 12, 2015

Jodie's Review of Falcon by Ronie Kendig

Salvatore "Falcon" Russo is committed to his special forces team even if it means having to work with a former flame that destroyed his life. While the two have a history, he has no desire to dredge up the bad memories from his past or forgive the woman. He'll do what it takes for the mission but nothing beyond.

Cassandra Walker has regrets from her history with Salvatore but try as she might, she can't sponge him from her heart. How can she convince him to trust her again? Perhaps if she helps his team it will help to pave the way back to a relationship.

The two have issues with trust, communicating with each other, and so many other things. Will they be able to put aside all the hurts of their past and find new common ground together? Can they work as one to take down the terrorist who has been wreaking havoc?

Falcon is book three of Ronie Kendig's The Quiet Professionals series. For a glimpse into the lives of those who daily defend our country, this book is a great reminder of all they face.

This book was provided free for review by Shiloh Run Press, 2015. 

Posted by Jodie Wolfe A.K.A. Digging for Pearls
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  1. This sounds like a most interesting read. The series too.

  2. I don't typically read contemporary, but I have enjoyed this series. Thanks for stopping by, Mary.

  3. I am intrigued by this one! Thank you for the great review!

    1. Thanks for taking time to comment, Melanie. :)

  4. Sounds like a great read, Jodie. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Thanks for sharing. Sounds intriguing.