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Book Review: Shattered Valor (Red Team) by Elaine Levine

, by Mystee

Book Description

 November 12, 2013
Every step leads her deeper into danger...

Eden Miller has her life arranged exactly as she wants it--until a reunion with her high school BFFs places her in the middle of a turf war with a ruthless prison gang, their terrorist allies, and the hunters tracking them. Her every move draws her deeper into the danger surrounding Ty Bladen and his team of terror fighters, but his seductive charm and engaging smile make her believe his promises of protection.

A secret is a dangerous thing...  

When the terrorists Ty Bladen is tracking infiltrate his remote ranch in Wyoming, he learns the past he buried cannot be so easily escaped. Though he's recovering from a bullet wound he received in Afghanistan and is hunted by an unseen enemy, he knows he can't leave Eden alone to face the danger swirling around her, danger he and his team have brought to her--even if he has to risk letting her near his frozen heart. But when she learns his terrible secret, will she stay or will she run?

Product Details

  • File Size: 491 KB
  • Print Length: 389 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0985420529
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Elaine Levine (November 12, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
Rating: 5/5

Review: Ok so. I must again say- cowboy hat on the cover? Ahh well. That's ok.
This time we get to focus on Ty, although all the guys are still around. We also meet Kit's former girlfriend and the daughter he's never met. As with the first book (Rocco's), I feel a connection to the characters and their devotion to each other (If only we could all find friends as dedicated.). 
Ty's story is another that tells of tremendous abuse. (Remember, Rocco had PTSD?). His was from his child/teen years. Eden is more than willing to accept and try to help him release the past.
As with book 1, there's suspense and action. There's still the on going war and keeping the town and it's law enforcement safe. And Ms. Levine's made Val an absolute refreshing character in this one (wonder if she'll give me Val in an upcoming book - well, since Kelan seems to be taken?).
Another must read. I'm off to go purchase book 3 - Honor Unraveled.

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