Falcon (The Quiet Professionals #3) by Ronie Kendig

FalconGenre: Military Suspense
Publisher: Shiloh Run Press
Publication Date: May 2015

Special Forces operator Salvatore “Falcon” Russo has made many mistakes in his life, but one he intends to never repeat is trusting Lieutenant Cassandra Walker. Now, four years after tragedy tore them apart, Cassie is back. An elusive cyber terrorist is responsible for several attacks on Raptor 6 and the US military, and they’ll need their combined skills to catch him. But just because they are forced to work together doesn’t mean he has to like it, and it definitely doesn’t mean he’ll let her back in his heart.

Cassie didn’t expect Sal to receive her with open arms after what happened, but neither did she anticipate his volatile anger or the consequences that would follow protecting an asset who could help end the assaults.

The highly-anticipated conclusion to The Quiet Professionals trilogy has finally arrived and Ronie Kendig doesn’t disappoint her fans. Falcon is a heart-pounding page turner that puts the reader’s emotions through the ringer. I fluctuated between tears, joy, anger, hope and more as I wound my way through a labyrinth of emotions and twists that kept me completely engrossed in the journey.

This is one series I hated to see come to a close. Several times, I tried to put the book down, hoping to postpone the inevitable. Alas, the need to know what would happen next won out every time, bringing the dreaded last page much too soon.

Through characters that take on lives of their own, Kendig tackles poignant and heart-wrenching issues while imparting a message of hope. Though some of the topics can be difficult to handle, the author addresses them with sensitivity and care.

I strongly recommend The Quiet Professionals to Kendig’s fans and anyone who enjoys military suspense stories with a positive message. For those who are new to the trilogy, I suggest starting with book one since the main villain arches throughout the entire series.

Review copy provided by publisher. Thanks!

**Originally posted on Life is Story.


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