- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3270 KB
- Print Length: 385 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Windy Days Press; 1 edition (26 April 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WRBV97S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #188,860 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The story is a tragic tale of how the minority Indian people are denied justice by a corrupt legal system and how by using an ancient blood hunt Taylor's Indian grandfather seeks justice for his daughter after her death. Taylor is entangled in this as Gracie holds him captive and injured so he cannot be involved in the TEAM's chase to capture Peter before he completes his hunt and we see him grapple with what he knows is right legally and what he feels for his newly discovered family.
At the end of the book there is a taster for the next book in the series which looks so good in just one chapter that I wish I could place a pre-order now. So whilst a four star this time I do feel all is not lost for this great series and cannot wait for the next book.
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I'm so impressed with the writing I'm going to have to go back and read the rest of them. The characters are so clear and defined I wonder if the author knows these people personally. I was instantly sucked in and only stopped reading when I had no choice. Like I said, I'm going to have to read about the rest of these TEAM members. Brava, Irish Winters.
I instantly felt for Taylor knowing that he had been displaced from his family, was now out of the military, etc. It seemed that he was wanting to move forward, but had no way to do so. It is also very evident that he experienced verbal, mental, and probably physical abuse as a boy at the expense of his father. So when he is offered the true story to his past and the love of a good woman, his mind instantly rebels. Sometimes its easier to accept what you know than to open yourself up to possibly more hurt. That's what I felt Taylor was going through. I can't say that I agree with the way that the people who loved him got him to listen...that was a little far out to me...but I recognize that there are traditions and values relevant to the story that I may not completely understand.
Ms, Winters really made Taylor a character I wanted to get to know. He had that injured alpha complex...you know the ones all of us ladies want to hug and take care of. :) I'm so glad things worked out for him. I felt bonded to his character from the beginning of the book to the end. The only thing I had an issue with in the book is the way he was taken and treated while going through his ordeal. Other than that, I give Taylor 4 stars. Both the plot and characters were interesting. I look forward to reading more of this series and other books by Irish Winters.
While Taylor does have challenges that come from his time in the service it felt like he had a better control over his 'demons' from that time than our past Heroes. Now I think that is simply because he had a life time of misery to live before he ever stepped foot in a combat zone. Taylor is a scarred man, his childhood has left him feeling broken, unworthy, and unlovable. He made me want to let go of Harley long enough to wrap him up in my arms with a kiss to his forehead and softly whispered words of praise in his ear...and if someone can get me to let go of Harley you know it's serious. *wink*
I feel like I say this a lot with Irish's books but I don't want to go into too many details about the story itself because there are so many pivotal points where things shift and change that if I give you details it could ruin the story line and the suspense. Talking of suspense, this book is chock full of it, right from the first few pages. I have to admit that those first few pages had me confused. I kept trying to figure out what was going on. Did I forget something from the last book, Rory? Did, I miss a few pages? No, Irish just plain threw me right to the wolves with this one. If you are expecting a slow build up, forget it, this story starts out full throttle and doesn't really slow down until the final pages.
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