Sara's Review: Redemption River (Men of Mercy #1) by Lindsay Cross
Author Provided Copy Publisher: Cypress Bend Publishing, LLC Released: October 21st 2015 Genre: Military, Suspense Length: 320 pages Format: eBook, Paperback Add to Goodreads Buy Links
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Hunter James didn’t want or need redemption. Until one mission turns his world upside down. He left Mercy to fight for his country and escape a broken heart. Years later, he is hard. Cold. A man without mercy. Part of an elite Task Force, he tracks a brutal terrorist to his home town. And runs into the woman who betrayed him…
Evangeline Videl was destroyed when Hunter left. Determined to move on, she finds another man, but discovers too late the monster hidden beneath his smooth smile. Struggling to find the conviction to live, Evie finds her life spinning out of control. Then Hunter returns…
Forced to band together to find the terrorist before its too late, Hunter and Evie must learn to forgive or risk losing the promise of redemption and their lives… Three Boundless Stars
I was provided a copy of Redemption River in exchange for a honest review. It is also currently available on Kindle Unlimited The book started out giving us the dossiers on each member of Task Force Scorpion. Because I don't like not understanding what I'm reading I had to ask what certain terms meant. Luckily I work with ex military so I had no issues. I could see this dissuading others. I didn't know what direct action was. I had to ask, I couldn't find the term on a Google search (but didn't look too hard). There is a lot of action and the plot is extremely interesting and relevant. However, it kind of reminded me of the movie Hard Rain. With all the action happening during a flood. I'm not sure why because they are completely different but, scenes from that movie kept coming to mind. There were some points that I found just silly. Like swimming in flood waters. Flood waters move so fast there is no swimming! But I liked most everything else. For a romantic suspense, it keeps the adrenaline flowing the sex hot and the men alpha and even hotter. This book gets a solid 3 it was good.