Saturday, July 20, 2013

Review: Talon by Ronie Kendig

by Ronie Kendig
A Breed Apart, Book #2
Air Force veteran Aspen Courtland wants her brother back—dead or alive. Instead she adopts his combat tracking team dog, Talon. But after the attack that separated dog and handler, Talon is afraid of his own shadow. Military Intelligence Operative Dane Markoski has spent his life running from the truth. Now it’s the only thing that can save him—and rescue Austin Courtland—if he dares to face the past. Dane and Aspen need each other to untangle the web of lies. . .and they both need Talon. But can Talon overcome his fear—or will he put everyone in danger?

My Review:
Talon by Ronie Kendig is packed full of adventure. This is a new genre and author for me, but I will be reading more by this author.  First up will be Trinity, book #1 in the A Breed Apart Series, which introduces the reader to the world of military war dogs. 
The suspense, romance and danger kept me reading long after I should have been asleep.  With the unforgettable characters of Cardinal, Aspen and the "star" of the book Talon, this is a book and series for men as well as women and sure the please both.  I give Talon a 5++ rating.

I received this book from Net Galley and Barbour Publishing for my honest review and was not paid in any way for the review.

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