Review: Honor (Operation Justice Force #3) by Reece Knightley

Rating: 4🌈 Operation Justice Force is such a excellent series and Honor continues this with a terrific couple and exciting storylines. Oliver Rains is a ex Special Forces who has an immediate connection with the former chief of police Parker Johnson that joins the unit. I’m not really a fan of instant love unless the… Continue reading Review: Honor (Operation Justice Force #3) by Reece Knightley

Review: Honor (Operation Justice Force #3) by Reece Knightley

Rating: 4🌈 Operation Justice Force is such a excellent series and Honor continues this with a terrific couple and exciting storylines. Oliver Rains is a ex Special Forces who has an immediate connection with the former chief of police Parker Johnson that joins the unit. I’m not really a fan of instant love unless the… Continue reading Review: Honor (Operation Justice Force #3) by Reece Knightley

Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Rating: 4.5🌈 The cover and description give the reader a pretty good indication of what Lethal, the first book in Reese Knightly’s new Operation Justice Force , has in store for them. Dark alley, hot, muscled men, with tattoos (some of them), just a hint of danger. Works perfectly for a undercover operation filled with… Continue reading Review: Lethal (Operation Justice Force #1) by Reece Knightly

Review: Department Rivals (A Valor and Doyle Prequel) by Nicky James

Rating: 4.5🌈 Prequels are tricky things, they are stories that set the stage and briefly introduce characters for a series to come. I’m always fascinated how each author’s treatment of a prequel storyline differs,their take on formatting as well as what the approach will be. James makes Department Rivals happen within the span of one… Continue reading Review: Department Rivals (A Valor and Doyle Prequel) by Nicky James

Review: Hell and Gone by Tal Bauer

Rating: 5 🌈 I’m thrilled to see Tal Bauer branching out into the western genre. Hell and Gone is the second western novel I’ve read of his. The first being the terrific Never Stay Gone, the beginning of his new Texas Rangers series. Prior to these stories, it was Bauer’s excellent espionage or political thrillers… Continue reading Review: Hell and Gone by Tal Bauer