The end of the first book in this series, “30 Days Hath Revenge”, left our hero in a very precarious position. Luckily, the author saw fit to give us a good synopsis of how we got to the spot we were in. Without giving too much away for those that haven’t read the first book, I’ll just say that this continuation grabs you by the seat of the pants and never lets go. Blake Meyer returns and has now suffered a personal loss, they’ve taken his family. As the clock ticks by, Blake is sure that he has lost them for good to human traffickers. Hot on the trail, will Blake be able to save his family and bring those behind this crime to justice?
From the start, to the middle, to the end, this book never gives you a chance to catch your breath before you are launched into a round of action and suspense. The main character is written with such passion and the story line flows throughout the book (although, I think careens is a much better description of how the pace of this story is). I do have an issue with some of the grammar/editing in the book, probably my only negative part of this book, but it is a something that will hopefully be addressed in future novels.
Is this a "Guys Book"? No doubt about it. Explosions, guns, interrogations….. All of the trappings to keep any guy happy while reading this book.
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