Wednesday, March 27, 2013

An oldie but goodie ~ Nightshade by Ronie Kendig

I love sharing books with my MIL. After she read Trinity: Military War Dog, she was eager to read the first book in the Discarded Heroes series, written by my all time favorite military suspense author, Ronie Kendig. I do believe my MIL is hooked! And I am so happy to have someone to discuss these awesome books with. Here's her thoughts on Nightshade...

Rapid Fire Fiction

Nightshade by Ronie Kendig

Product Details
  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, (July 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 160260777X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1602607774

Reviewed by Sharonne Payne
Nightshade is the first book in the Discarded Heroes series by Ronie Kendig.
A former Navy Seal, fighting PTSD, Max Jacobs and his wife Sidney are struggling in their marriage. Running from the anger and the demons that are ruining his marriage and his life, he takes on secret Black Ops assignments.
In the meantime, Sidney is a reporter and a story has surfaced about terrorists killing villagers and a mysterious group that shows up to save them. She is following the leads to find out who is saving the villagers. Suddenly she finds someone wants her to stop looking into this story or else, but she persists in going ahead. This is where I, as a reader, want to reach out and shake some sense into her. Why does she keep going? Where will it lead her? Doesn'’t she realize she could be killed? And, as always, I have to keep reading to see what happens because Ronie keeps dangling the carrot in front of me, which is why I enjoy her books. :)
Will Max and Sidney work out all the problems of their marriage? Will she get the biggest story of her life and get a boost in her career? Will Max learn to trust God?
Well, I know all the answers now, but if you want to know you will have to read the book. My lips are sealed!

Read Excerpt here.
Purchase Link: Barbour Publishing


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