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Sunday, September 5, 2010

Review - To Take Up The Sword by Brynna Curry

Title : To Take up the Sword

Author: Brynna Curry

Publisher: Lyrical Press

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Rating : You Gotta Read

Reviewed By : Jennifer

After the acquittal of Gueraldi's right hand and favored killer for hire, Ashton Smythe, Special Agent Gabriel Spiller takes time away from his work with the FBI. Having failed in his mission to avenge his lost would be lover, Serena Roarke, Gabe returns to Alabama in search of the missing diamonds needed to reopen the investigation and to lay low from the death threats he's received since Smythe went free.

Almost two years after her sister's death, Leannan O'Neal feels the loss of Serena more now than ever. A secret meeting between them before she died left Lea with an ugly figurine and nothing but questions. Hang-up calls at work and a trashed house reminds her of the card Serena gave her. "If you find yourself in trouble, go to him and only him" were the last words her sister spoke to her.

With Smthye out for revenge and hot on her heels, Lea goes on the run in search of Serena's 'Angel', but how long can Gabe keep her alive, and is the cost worth more than her life?

Content warning; sensual love scenes, graphic violence, adult language.

This is a sequel, and I loved it just as much as the first. I love getting more of a glimpse into characters, it's like seeing an old friend. Ms. Curry is good at writing a story that pulls you in and keeps you going. Being able to pick up where we left off in Earth Enchanted was great. To see where Gabriel came from and what made him that way was great. In 52 pages Ms. Curry spun a tale that encompassed love, lust, intrigue, betrayal and suspense, all the while making it a believable tale. I can't wait for the future books.

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