Friday, February 1, 2013

Guest Review ~ Trinity: Military War Dog by Ronie Kendig

A year ago in Afghanistan, Green Beret Heath Daniel’s career was destroyed. Along with his faith. Now he and his military war dog, Trinity, train other dogs and their handlers. Though his passion is to be back in action, the medical discharge has forced Heath—and Trinity—to the sidelines. Military intelligence officer Darci Kintz is captured while secretly tracking the Taliban. Only one dog can handle the extreme conditions to save her. Trinity. Only one man can handle Trinity. Time is running out on the greatest—and most dangerous—mission of their lives.

Reviewed by Sharonne Payne

If you like books that are “on the edge of your seat” exciting and full of suspense right through the last chapter, then TRINITY Military War Dog is the one to read.

Ronie Kendig has written a book that will keep your attention from the first chapter to the last. You will not want to stop to do mundane things like laundry, cooking dinner or cleaning house.

The bond between Heath and Trinity is amazing and inspiring. And then of course, there is the budding romance of Heath and Darci that may or may not happen. Between dodging bullets, climbing treacherous mountains, snowstorms, traitors, and spies there isn’t a lot of time for anything but trying to get out alive. Heath and Darci’s faith or lack of faith is tested and tried many times over. And when you think nothing else will happen, there is a little surprise at the end. Sometimes I will figure out all the characters before the end of the book, but this time I didn’t.

I highly recommend this book to everyone. Just waiting for a chance to read the next book Talon: Combat Tracking Team. 

Ronie Kendig grew up an Army brat, married a veteran, and they now have four children and a Golden Retriever. She has a BS in Psychology, speaks to various groups, volunteers with the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), and mentors new writers.

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  1. Great review, Anne's MIL! :) I also loved this book and am looking forward to reading Talon as well.

    1. I'm pretty sure I have her hooked on Ronie's books :)

  2. Ahhh, this is awesome! Thank you so much for the incredible review, and for posting it so I got to read it. :-D

  3. Oh yes, Anne, I am hooked on Ronie's books. Thanks for putting the review on your blog. Thank you Ronie for your kind words. I have to get more of your books. You really do write a good story!

  4. Mom, you'll have to get Nightshade from the Catawba Library because I don't own it, but I have the other three in that series I will loan you :)


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