30 August 2012

Firethorn by Ronie Kendig reviewed by Marian Baay, Discarded Heroes #4

Firethorn

Firethorn by Ronie Kendig
Discarded Heroes #4
Barbour Publishing 2012

Reviewed by Marian Baay

5 stars~*****


Having read Digitalis, Wolfsbane and Firethorn in one month, I became very attached to the Nightshade team. I loved all the books in this series. Ronie Kendig's writing is full action. You can hardly find the right time to stop to go to bed. So be warned not to start reading any of her books shortly before bed time, or you will lose sleep!

Spoiler alert!!
The shack was attacked, the Nightshade team was captured and separated. Kazi is hired by Lambert to get the team members back from all corners of the world. First she frees Griffin from the prison and together they are trying to retrieve the other men. They face many dangers. Griffin is surprised in Kazi
this small lady is capable of great things.


Griffin "Legend" Riddell is a big guy with secrets he didn't tell his team members. Kazi wants to keep her past and identity to herself, because she doesn't trust anyone. Both Griffin and Kazi are hurting, because of the things they keep hidden. When they get to work together they must learn to trust each other.

Unlike the other books in this series we also read a lot about the other team members. T
hat's why I recommend to read the other books in this series first. It's great to see all the men back with their families. A perfect ending to this awesome series!


*I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and was not required to write a positive review.*






Ronie's books can be purchased at CBDAmazonBarnes & Noble and other book stores.

GIVEAWAY: Leave a comment and your email to be entered in this week's contest. Drawing will be late Saturday. Your choice of Ronie's books, choice of format*. Void where prohibited by law. *International winners only receive the book in ebook format, not as a paperback.

17 comments:

  1. Another great review from the pen, er, computer of MARIAN BAAY! I have seen this book (actually this whole series) all over the place, and have heard nothing but great things about it! Wonder how RONIE knows so much about the military? This would be the hardest genre to write about, I would think!

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  2. Thank you, miss FLOWERS! RONIE is an army brat and married a veteran. I couldn't write this genre either, but I'm glad she does - and she's very good at it!

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  3. Thank you for a chance to win one of Ronie's books. I love her work and learn a lot about the craft from her work. Thanks again, God bless you.
    Glenda Parker
    parker.glenda@ymail.com

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  4. hi GLENDA, thanks for dropping by. We'll enter you in the drawing!

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  5. Sounds like RONIE writes both character-driven fiction and action-suspenseful plots! Thanks for the review Marian!

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  6. Wow, thanks again, Marian, for a great review! And thank you DIANA and MARIAN for your super kind words about writing this genre. All I can say is...it's in my blood. LOL

    Wow! GLENDA -- what a compliment. THANK YOU!

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  7. I have seen her books in the store and they sound great! Would love to win one.

    Battles2001@hotmail.com

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  8. Hey MELISSA, I have heard many people say that RONIE is an amazing writer! The Christy awards people must think so, too! Have a blessed evening!

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  9. Guess I should leave my email just in case:

    librarybooks at religious dot com

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  10. RICK, great to see a man coming by! You're entered!

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  11. Would love to win! seen this at the library but didn't check out but wish I had! Thanks for the chance to win!
    likesmusic2@consolidated.net

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  12. DEBBIE, you're entered! Hope you will win.

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  13. I've loved this series and hate to see it end, the Nightshade team is so awesome. Please add me to the drawing. Thanks!
    worthy2bpraised at gmail dot com

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  14. MERRY, I know how you're feeling. I was really in tears at the end of Firethorn. I didn't want to see it end!
    We'll add you to the drawing!

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  15. These books sound right up my alley. I'd love to win a copy!

    ecriggs1990(at)aol(dot)com

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