Monday, May 5, 2014

Raptor 6 by Ronie Kendig | RE:View

If I were allowed to give a book 6 starts, I would be giving it to Raptor 6 by Ronie Kendig.

This book was simply amazing!

The fast pace plot and high action sequences will keep you glued to your seat wondering just how long Kendig can keep it up. In Raptor 6, the first in the Quiet Professionals Series, she pushes her characters to the breaking point from a personal and professional standpoint.

Dean Watters, better known now as Raptor 6, is the strong silent type with a will made of pure steel. His sense of duty is suddenly tested when beautiful Zahrah Zarrick enters the scene. She's got a steel will to match his, though hers is fortified by the Lord and her sense of mission to teach the children of her mothers homeland in Afghanistan.

Enter a threat on Zahrah's life, the potential loss of secured information, and a talented Special Forces team and you've got more action than you'll know what to do with.

Honestly and truly this book was fantastic! Some have said it's her best yet and I'd have to agree. I would recommend this to fans of military action and suspense. Kendig writes like a seasoned veteran and draws you into the action. You'll find yourself laughing at this new Raptor team and their antics, crying with the emotion of it all, and flinching as the bullets fly past you in the night.

Book Description: 
*Description taken from Ronie Kendig's Site
His mission; his team. Those elements are the laser-like focus of Green Beret Captain Dean Watters. When a threat is launched that compromises the US military, Dean is forced to engage in a way that might come at the highest cost.
Purchase: Raptor 6 (The Quiet Professionals)  

Most of you know that I'm a huge Kendig fan! Check out my other reviews of her books Talon: Combat Tracking Team and Beowulf: Explosives Detection Dog.

I received a free copy of this book for review purposes, but was under no obligation to read the book or post a review. I do so under my own motivation and the opinions I have expressed in this review are honest and entirely my own.

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