Friday, January 3, 2014

Book #1–Keeper

71RCXYT25QL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_.gifI almost bought Keeper a few years ago, but wanted it in the Kindle edition and was waiting. It never came out, so I bought it for myself for Christmas and finished it on Jan 2.

It’s the first Atticus Kodiak book and it wasn’t what I expected. It’s raw, and it’s in the middle of his story. He has a business protecting people, Natalie works for him, but he opens with a trip to an abortion clinic with a girlfriend. While he’s there, the doctor that runs it wants to hire him as she’s been threatened before a conference.

He is busy and torn, but when the protesters become threatening and he meets the doctor’s daughter, he decides to take the job.

It’s a wild ride, as they try to protect the doctor, investigate some of the protestors at the same time, and get to the conference. We meet Bridget for the first time (as does Atticus) and there’s so much tension with every scene. What will happen next.

It’s an emotional ride, and certainly brings to light a less mature Atticus than the one I read about in Critical Space.

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