Review of “Vow of Retribution” by Emma Renshaw @HiddenGemsBooks @emmarenshaw_


Wow, what a story! When I first started this book I thought oh, this is going to be a good story. When I got into the book though I completely changed my mind. Holy Vow! This is a great story, I love the men and women in this book. They are all very strong and loyal. They stand with their friends and family no matter what the circumstances. Can I have James, please?

Liam is a young man who has just returned home to Austin, Texas after living in Chicago for several years for college and then a job. He was missing his family and decided it was time to return home to be close to them again. He has a secret though that he does not want to share with his family, because he doesn’t want them to look at him differently. He reconnects with his high school friend Hudson upon his return. Hudson is a player, a man who works in his family business, but makes no commitments with women. He is loved by everyone and flirts with all the women.

Savannah is a young woman who moved to Austin, from a smaller town about two hours away. She needed a fresh start at life and found herself making it in Austin. She carries her own secrets and she doesn’t let many people into her life. She’s a badass, a survivor, a woman who can take care of herself and takes no prisoners. I love her! Savannah meets James at a tattoo shop not long after she moves to Austin. At first she is intimidated by his size and his stern looks, but they become family in a short time. He will protect her and show her how to protect herself. She is like a little sister to James and he watches out for her. James own a gym and is loyal, quiet, and lethal.

I love this book and hope to see more about these characters in the near future. This was my first read of Emma Renshaw’s work and I hope it won’t be my last. Her writing took me into Liam and Savannah’s life. I felt as it I knew these two and could not put this book down. I hated for it to end, but I also wanted to find out how their story would end. I really hope that it hasn’t, to be honest. If you are looking for a story about strength within, finding true love, or survival, I would highly recommend this book. I give it a 5 star review.

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