Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Review: Jeremiah's Revenge by Sandra Brannan

Jeremiah's Revenge
by Sandra Brannan

Publisher: River Grove Books
Pages: 350
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  Liv has recently returned to work at the FBI from a forced leave of absence after witnessing the brutal murder of her boyfriend, Jack Linwood. As she painfully emerges from her grief, Liv comes face-to-face with two facts: She did not truly love Jack, and she does love her long-time colleague and mentor Streeter Pierce. But she wonders if she can find the courage to let him know or just how much longer she can hide her feelings. As Streeter and Liv are drawn together and a tender relationship begins, a gritty and often shocking set of events is unraveling around them. And while fans of the series have long waited to know the truth about his past, Streeter’s honest revelations lead to nothing but fear and his worst nightmare—where Liv is put within inches of losing her life. The title of the book, an evil twist referencing admonitions from the Bible’s Book of Jeremiah, sends a warning to the steadfast agent’s fans they won’t soon forget.

Kritters Thoughts:  It was perfect to go straight from book 6 to this book as this book begins on the same evening as that one ends on.  It was seamless to go from one to the other.  And to remind readers this is a series where the mystery is self contained in each book, but I suggest starting at the beginning with this as there are major character developments that go from book to book.  

There were two storylines going on at the same time and it seemed pretty easy to keep all the things straight in each one.  I loved in this book the major focus on the character development and the mystery was there but the relationship and change in Liv was the big focus and I enjoyed really focusing on her.  

I think this one has become my favorite in the series.  The pacing was incredible.  I read this book almost completely in one sitting and I love when a mystery/thriller is one that makes you stay up late or wake up early to read it.  

I wonder how many more Liv Bergen books there will be.  I would love to see Sandra Brannan start a new series with a new main character and maybe in a new setting and see where should could go!

Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Ebook 2018 Challenge: 66 out of 100

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from Netgalley.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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