Tuesday Review- Vendetta * Rebecca Deel

Tuesday Book Review-  Book 10 in the Otter Creek Series.

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Seven years ago, Marcus Lang made a choice that cost him everything, but he rebuilt his life and became a vital part of Otter Creek. Although his past isn’t dead, Marcus will be if he is unable to stop one man’s quest for revenge. If he fails, his life won’t be the only one forfeit. He will lose the woman he longs to make his. Pursued by a threat he can’t escape, Marcus refuses to let history repeat itself no matter the cost.

Paige Jensen excels at refereeing teenagers and raising funds for the community center. But someone sees her as a problem that must be eliminated. As the danger escalates, she realizes the enemy won’t stop until she’s dead. When the man she loves won’t allow Paige to face the threat alone, he becomes a target.

Desperate to end the violence before more innocents are hurt, she and Marcus appeal to Fortress Security for aid in defeating a foe with a long reach and deep pockets. But their nemesis doesn’t work alone and is ready to spring his trap.

 

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My Tuesday Review- the newest book in this romantic suspense -set in the small town of Otter Creek and the people that live there . This is the newest book -featuring Marcus Lang (minister) & Paige the local community center manager. Marcus & Paige has been friends but when Paige is in danger they become more. It;s now Marcus and the gang from Fortress to protect her. But who will protect Marcus when his secrets come out. And can there relationship survive small town gossip. It’s another winner in this series- that feature a great cast of characters from the previous book. I recommend – reading this series in order .

 

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Rebecca Deel is a preacher’s kid with a black belt in karate. She teaches business classes at a private four-year college in Nashville, Tennessee. She plays the piano at church, writes freelance articles, and runs interference for the family Westies. She’s been married to her amazing husband for more than 20 years and is the proud mom of two grown sons. She delivers monthly devotions to the women’s group at her church and conducts seminars in personal safety, money management, and writing. Her articles have been published in ONE Magazine, Contact, and Co-Laborer, and she was profiled in the June 2010 Williamson edition of Nashville Christian Family magazine. Rebecca completed her Doctor of Arts degree in Economics and wears her favorite Dallas Cowboys sweatshirt when life turns ugly.

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