ARC Review – The Defender: Ryder by Lisa B. Kamps @LWoodsPR @LBKamps

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5
Ryder “Boomer” Hess receives a phone call from his little sister while she is on an island stating that there is a matter of life or death. He drops everything and makes his teammate and co-worker from Cover Six Security, “Ninja”, go with him. The main reason he went was because the call cut out right after she said that.

Allison Hess and her childhood best-friend are part of a group that helps rebuild areas that have been destroyed by destructive weather in poor countries. That’s why they are on a remote island that is only accessible by boat. When Allison and Hannah stumble upon some questionable activity on the island near where they are rebuilding a school for the children of the island, Allison decides to call her brother for help to figure out what is going on. None of them expected what they found though and Boomer and Ninja are in as much danger now as Allison and Hannah.

This is a story of second chances, con men, and dangerous dealings in secret that can cause a lot of trouble. I really liked this story. The twists and suspense pulled me right in and kept my interest throughout the book. The characters were great together and Boomer and Ninja are men who take no prisoners and will dig around until they get to the bottom of what is going on.

I give this story a 4.5-star review and look forward to the next book in the Cover Six Security. I really hope its Ninja’s story. A quiet, deadly man who fights his attraction. If you like stories of ex-military men who go in to security and are fierce protectors, I highly suggest this story as well as this series.

 

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