Thursday, 24 July 2014
Ricochet (Renegades #3) by Skye Jordan
Release Date: 14 July 2014
After a tragic incident in Afghanistan leaves Master Sergeant Nathan Ryker the only man standing in his tight-knit team, he spirals into an alcohol-and-sex induced escape. A call from his lifelong buddy pulls Ryker from the shadows with a request for help with his stunt company’s latest blockbuster. If Ryker can survive the next three weeks of leave and get back to his remaining men, he might just be all right. But a sexy woman who can take his mind off his trauma is too hard to resist, and when he hooks up with Renegades’ sultry, snarky office manager, his sanity takes a backseat to the first glimpse of a future he isn’t sure he deserves.
Still reeling from a bitter romantic betrayal, Rachel Hart wants nothing more than an uncomplicated hookup. So when the mysterious Nathan seduces her with a little dirty talk and one delicious kiss, Rachel drowns all her good sense in a Mandarin and soda and gives herself over to a night of sexual bliss. But her memories tarnish in the morning light when Rachel discovers his real identity and his link to Renegades. Her job and her friends are the only thing holding her life together, and she won’t be ruined by one sultry night with this damaged and dangerously sexy man.
My Opinion 5 STARS
**CopyProvided by NetGalley and Cygnet Books for an honest review**
OMG this book had me crying at Ryker's PTSD. Such a brilliantly written book that really pulls you in and grips you hard, i could hardly put the book down.
With our feisty Rachel coming to terms with the fact that her man had been cheating on her with her sister, Rachel who has that loving helping nature wants to change. Her night with Nathan Ryker does just that.
The chemistry is hot, but when Rachel finds out who he really is she feels betrayed but still they can't keep their hands off each other and every little thing more she learns about Ryker makes her want to help him more.
Ryker is struggling with his fractured mind and visits a friend who helps his struggle a little, but Rachel does help a lot. However the road is FAR from smooth and they both hurt each other.
The ending was a little on the soft side but i still enjoyed it and very much hope to see more of them in future books and really look forward to reading Troy's book next.