Review of “Maggie’s Revenge”, by Jacquie Biggar @RosieAmber1 @JacqBiggar #RBRT

Magdalena (Maggie) Holt, a DEA Agent undercover in a Cartel who is in danger and a has become a captive, is working very hard to get back home and take down the man who has taken her a prisoner and intends to sell her to the highest bidder. She’s helped some women escape the hell that has become her reality, but will she survive long enough to help the women she is locked away with and herself?

Maggie’s intent on getting home and taking down Chenglei in the process so that she can rid the world of one of the scariest men she has met. She’s locked away in a compound in Mexico and needs to find a way to get home and take Chenglei down in the process. She manages to escape along with 5 other women who were being held with her, they make it out of the compound and hide until help can get there to take them back to the US and home.

Adam O’Connor, Maggie’s partner in the DEA and former lover, is beside himself that Maggie has been gone for so long and that they cannot locate her to bring her home. HIs SAC Amanda Rhinehold wants nothing more than to bring Agent Holt home as well, but she is a woman who is in charge and has to follow protocol to do it. She is trying to get Agent O’Connor off the case because she feels he is too close to it. Adam is sure that once Maggie gets back home they can work things out and get back together, but he’s confused because he’s attracted to his SAC.

This is the 6th book in Jacquie Biggar’s Wounded Hearts Series and is the first one I have read in the series. I wish I had read the stories in order from the first one to this one, but it did not retract from the story as Ms. Biggar gives a lot of back story to understand what is going on. I really enjoyed this story and enjoy reading Ms. Biggar’s books. They are well written and the characters feel like someone you would meet on the streets and like as a person if you talked to them and got to know them.

If you like a strong men and very strong willed women and enjoy a story where the heroine hides her fear when doing her job, but always has to win, then you will love this book. I give this story a 5 star review, and I look forward to going back and reading the other stories in this series.

6 thoughts on “Review of “Maggie’s Revenge”, by Jacquie Biggar @RosieAmber1 @JacqBiggar #RBRT

  1. Thanks for the awesome review on Maggie’s Revenge! This was a hard book to write. I wanted to properly portray the pain Maggie and the others had been through without going in-depth and making it too heavy of a storyline.
    I hope a kept that balance 🙂

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    • You did a great job! I loved it and yes, you kept that balance. I would love to read more of Maggie’s story though. I hope that she will be in future books in the series. I really do need to go back and read the first books before Maggie’s story though. I just need to find time. 🙂

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      • Thank you! Yes, this is an ongoing series. I’m doing a couple of separate books between, but hope to do Adam’s story by mid-summer. I didn’t want to rush Maggie and Frank; she’s been through a traumatic event. I think she needs time to recover.

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