Monday, 20 June 2011
Review: Wolfsbane by Ronie Kendig
Having escaped a brutal Venezuelan general, demolitions expert Danielle Roark fights her way back to the States, only to be charged with espionage. When she’s forced to return to the jungle to prove her innocence, she finds herself intentionally left behind. What secret does she have worth killing for? Haunted, former Green Beret Canyon Metcalfe is fighting off nightmares of a operation gone bad. When he’s thrown back into the jungle on a Nightshade mission, he must push the memories aside to rescue Dani. Will he lose another woman to the cruelty of warfare?
The sibling rivalry between Canyon Metcalfe and his brother is palpable when they are both attracted to the same woman, the beautiful but scarred Danielle Roark, and both men set into the jungles of Venezuela to rescue her from the clutches of a sadistic captor.
Full of adventure and intrigue, Wolfsbane is certain to thrill its readers. This is the third book in the Discarded Heros series, and the first I have read, by Ronie Kendig. I was pleasantly surprised. The book grabbed my attention at the first page, and held it throughout the entire story. While the book could easily stand alone, it made me want to read the rest of the series.
Publisher: Barbour Publishing Inc.
Date of Publication: 1 July 2011
Note: I received pre-release access to this book free from the publisher via NetGalley for the purposes of review. I am not required to give a positive review, just an honest one. The opinions expressed are my own.