Wednesday, January 1, 2014


I received a copy of Beowulf by Ronie Kendig from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Beowulf—a hulky, brindle-coated bullmastiff—is the only “boy” for Timbrel Hogan. And she has a history to remind her why. But when Timbrel, a handler at A Breed Apart, embarks on a mission to detect WMDs in Afghanistan, she reunites with Tony “Candyman” VanAllen and her no-other-man philosophy is challenged. While tension mounts between Timbrel and Tony, the team comes under fire after Beowulf gets a “hit.” When tragedy threatens Tony’s career and Timbrel’s courage, they must maneuver through an intricate plot and a mission like no other. . . 
I really liked this book.  This is the 3rd and last book in the A Bread Apart series.  Ronie does a great job of creating characters that I can really get to know and relate to.  I'm sure it helps that I'm an animal lover since Boewulf is a working dog.  It's great to see how animals can help keep troops safe and also help injured troops after they make it home.  

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