This is one pulse-pounding adventure you don’t want to miss. ~Robert Liparulo, author of Comes a Horseman, Germ, and The Dreamhouse Kings
An Intriguing Woman Draws a Former Marine into a Deadly Game
Colton Neeley left the Marines to take care of his four-year old daughter. Although he’s firm in his faith now, the repercussions of his former life are still evident—namely debilitating flashbacks from combat-related trauma. But his position with the Nightshade team give him a new lease on life.
Piper Blum is hiding—from life and the assassins bent on destroying her family. Although smitten by Colton, she fears the day he discovers her secrets. Because those secrets could very well put his life and family in danger, too. And no relationship has a chance when it’s built on lies.
Colton must find a way to forgive Piper’s lies, even when her justifications catapult the team into another near-death mission. They’ll find out the hard way if love covers a multitude of sins.
Balancing a story of high action and deep emotions isn’t easy, but with Digitalis, author Ronie Kendig pulls it off with the casual grace of a truly talented storyteller. I don’t know what kept me on the edge of my seat more, the fast-paced military intrigue or the powerful tugs on my heart. Doesn’t matter: This is one pulse-pounding adventure you don’t want to miss.
– Robert Liparulo, author of Comes a Horseman, Germ, and the Dreamhouse Kings
An action-packed thrill ride from start to finish…if you liked CBS’s long running hit series THE UNIT you’re going to love Ronie Kendig’s DIGITALIS. Enjoy the ride and the read. I only have one question…where do I sign up for Nightshade? ~Bob Hamer, veteran FBI undercover agent and the author of Enemies Among Us and Targets Down
“My heart hammered against my chest with each new plot twist. The danger and the romance set the stage for Ronie Kendig’s Digitalis. A writer to watch!” – DiAnn Mills, author of the Call of Duty series
Each chapter reveals new secrets, leading to a crescendo of surprises. Family values, team loyalty, and relational fidelity are strong for both lead characters. Kendig portrays military engagements realistically, without egregious gore, and she leaves out the expletives. Digitalis is #2 in the “Discarded Heroes” series and is well written, easily read, and a captivating page-turner. – John Bernstein CBA Retailers