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Sometimes it takes a couple of attempts at reading until a book captures my attention. I expected to dive into Mel Odom's new series head first, but didn't get hooked until about ten chapters in.
From that point forward, I was a goner! "Deployed" isn't quite the high octane ride I found in Odom's previous military suspense, but the story was satisfying and left me anxious for the next novel.
One issue I had with the story was the opening. I didn't care much for Bekah at first, even though her situation would normally lead to sympathy. Not quite sure why, but I finally warmed up to her.
Mel has a lot of ground to cover introducing the new characters as well, but once everyone settles in and gets familiar with the unit, the story picks up the pace and the suspense kicks in.
Oh, and be prepared for an INTENSE final few chapters...you'll be up into the wee hours of the morning, chanting to yourself, "Just one more chapter, just one more chapter..."
I received a copy of "Deployed" through the Tyndale Blog Network in exchange for an honest review. I took my time with this book, wanting to give it a fair read. I'm glad I did, and "Deployed", despite a rocky start, is highly recommended.
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