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Book Review: Honor Unraveled (Red Team) by Elaine Levine
Publication Date:July 27, 2013
Love Isn't a Battle...
Kit Bolanger, ex-spec ops soldier, has followed the trail of an international drug lord back to his childhood town, the one place he swore never to return. He and his team of terrorist hunters are the only thing standing between the town's residents and the evil threatening them. It doesn't help to know that she's here--the woman who betrayed his trust and shredded his heart.
...It's a War and He's Offering No Quarter
Deciding to put roots down, Ivy Banks has brought her daughter home to the sleepy ranching community of Wolf Creek Bend, Wyoming--the one place where she was certain she'd never run into her high school flame. But he's back, fighting a global enemy and homegrown terrorists in a hidden war that puts their lives and their hearts in jeopardy. He was bad news in high school, and he's even worse news now.
Surrendering to him is not an option...but it's the only thing he'll accept.
Ages: 18 & up (story contains sex, profanity, and violence)
Length: 88K words (approximately 375 pages)
File Size: 461 KB
Print Length: 394 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0985420545
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Elaine Levine (July 27, 2013)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Review: Well, this is book 3 in the series (if you click the author name in the tags down below, it will take you to the first two book reviews). This is also the last one in the series until 2014 :( In this one, we learn more about Kit (Mandy's brother - and remember; Mandy is also Rocco's girlfriend). He and Ivy have loved one another for years, but her fear of losing him again makes her not want to risk it. As with the other books, Kit has a trouble. His, like Ty's, was during his childhood and teen years, though very different from what Ty experienced. Once again, you feel for the characters and their struggles. Their fear of stepping into something scarier than the place they already hold. Once again, Ms. Levine has a winner in this one. Although, I do have to say, since a girl can change her mind, (previously I'd said I'd love to steal Val) - I'm changing that. After this book, val sort of annoyed me - his charm kind of left me. I'll steal Max - or maybe even Owen instead. :)