Wednesday, August 17, 2016

New Review! Loving Redemption by SM Stryker, 5 Cranky Stars

Loving Redemption (Second Chances #2)Loving Redemption by S.M. Stryker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars



***** 5 Cranky Stars *****

Loving Redemption is book 2 in the Second Chances Series. While it can be read as a stand alone, I strongly recommend you read book 1 first as it will have plenty of spoilers from it.



Toby Mitchell grew up in the foster system moving from family to family never staying with one family for more than a year. At age eighteen he joins the Marines. He now has his military family but after 3 tours he is injured and medically discharged. The only other family he has are two friends he meets while on leave once. They are there for him and convince him to start his own security firm.



Raven Whitehorse was raised by her father and grandparents. She always wondered what happened to her mother and the conspiracy behind the disappearance. At the age of sixteen she runs away from home in search of her. She lives on the street to working in a strip club until she finally gets a job for a new software company.



Toby and Raven meet and unexpectedly know they belong together. Wanting to help Raven put closure to what happened to her mother he sets out to find her as well as what happened to his own mother so that they each can have closure and move on to their next phase.



What secrets will they find and how will this affect each other and their relationship?



I was hooked right from the beginning and found it difficult to put it down until I finished. It was wonderful to reconnect with all the characters from the first book. This book runs more parallel with book one being told from Toby’s point of view. It was great to have Toby’s story told as there is so much more to his story then we know from the first book.



At one point I had to stop and message a friend stating how I did not see this turn of events in the story. It kept me guessing and things I thought were going to happen wasn’t what happened at all.



I highly recommend this book and will be reading the next book in the series.

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