Thursday, January 12, 2017
Hunted by Sandra Robbins
After over one hundred documented missions as Gray Feather, the elusive military sniper, Colt Hanson is trying to put his former life behind him. However, a mission he carried out in Africa against the rebel leader of The Leopard Army still haunts his dreams because the shot that ended the life of the sadistic killer also brought about the failure of his marriage. Now after five years, members of The Leopard Army have come to America to sell a diamond that will enable them to buy guns to carry on their rebellion, and they are seeking vengeance on Colt for killing their leader. But they also have targeted Colt’s estranged wife Sloan, and the two find themselves thrown together again as they become the prey of the vicious hunter known as Nimrod. If Colt is to save Sloan’s life, they must put their differences aside and work together as they begin a cross-country journey trying to elude Nimrod who has vowed he will not stop until Gray Feather and his woman are both dead.
I completely enjoyed this book. Sloan has left her former life and her husband far behind. Things happened that were too much for her to take and now she lives moving from place to place as a fill in nurse. The problem is when the past catches up to the present. Colt has never stopped loving Sloan or hoping that they will reunite. He just didn't expect their reunion to go quite the way Nimord has planned.
The author did a good job making me like the characters here. The story flowed well and there was romance, suspense and action throughout. There were several times I thought the story was going to go one way and the author took it in a different direction. I wasn't surprised by who the bad guy was but it did make me sad the way it all went down! I want to read more about the Firebrand family and see what happens to them.
It was a 5/5 for me. While it is the second in the series, that doesn't take away from the story at all.
Thank you to the author for the review copy of this book (via BookFun Mag). I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.