Friday, January 18, 2013

Review Relentless Protector by Colleen Thompson

Relentless Protector By: Colleen Thompson

Former army ranger Cole Sawyer reacts on instinct when he sees beautiful young widow Lisa Meador pull a gun at the bank. He foils the robbery, but when Lisa screams as the real robbers take off with her son, he realizes that things aren't what they seem. Driven by a painful secret, Cole makes the split-second decision to join forces with Lisa and trail the criminals across Texas.

Haunted by his failure to save Lisa's husband in Afghanistan, Cole is determined to help her rescue her son. But he's even more determined not to give in to his growing attraction to her. As they untangle clues and face the potentially devastating loss of their quarry, they soon realize that the kidnappers' motives run deeper—and darker—than they ever expected.…

My Review

This story starts out with revenge written all over it... but is written in such a way that it leaves you constantly guessing what is going to happen next.

Lisa Meador is the widow of a fallen solider with a little boy named Tyler. She is a determined heroine who is strong in the face of heartbreak and willing to do anything to save her son from a kidnapper even rob a bank.

Cole Sawyer is a former army ranger who is  dealing with his own "failures" and blames himself for the death of Lisa's husband. He tries  to stop a bank robbery and is doing everything in his power to right wrongs and save Lisa's Son. 

A Kidnapper from the past who Lisa can't remember that leaves the reader wondering who exactly is Evie LeStrange???

Throw in a couple of local cops, one that can't follow directions and follows her "own" rules. 

And you get a fast-paced, suspenseful, thriller written by Colleen Thompson that is a quick read that leaves you guessing until the last chapter.

* I won this book in exchange for a fair review. 

I rate this 4.5 out of 5

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