The Renegades #3 | Romantic Suspense | Action | MMM
“It’s a fine line between not revealing your arsenal and creating disorder by showing your strength.”
Funny how calm you could feel when someone had ripped the heart out of your chest.
River and Reese Tenley had grown up on the fringes of society, spending most of their adult years as private military contractors in places nobody else wanted to go. It’d been the two of them against the world, and they’d never believed their missing puzzle piece had existed—until they’d met Shay. The young man who’d quickly become their everything.
So the moment he was kidnapped… The moment those sick bastards took Shay, the twin brothers had nothing left to lose.
The streets were going to run red with blood until they had their boy back.
Well, if this story doesn’t get your adrenaline pumping, you might be dead. I absolutely adore the Tenley trio. I loved how this book was formatted. We got views from all three of the trio, including jumps in the past to special moments between the three curtesy of River’s view point. It was amazing. We also got Crew’s POV, and Elliott. This book was focused on saving Shay, he became the most important person in the op because reasons that I won’t give away, you gotta read the story and enjoy the process. But it all leads up to this daring op that leaves your heart racing, tears welling your eyes and so much love and adrenaline. Whoa, it also ends on a major cliffhanger, which is par for the course in this series since we are following a major plot arc. It is making this series feel fast paced and suspenseful and full of heart pumping adrenaline. I love it, Cara Dee truly wows with this series and I can’t wait to read the final book. To see the daring rescues and the conclusion and hopefully so many bad guys getting their just desserts. The Tenley trio deserve so much love and peace and a HEA. I loved the ending for this book even though it came with a cliffhanger for the major plot arc. Reese, River and Shay have long since been one of my favorite throuples. And I loved their special moments.