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    fast paced and hauntingly suspenseful

    What a rush! Walker launches her latest series with suspense, intrigue, action, and unbridled passion. The story comes to life through her vivid narrative, bringing you along for the ride. The intricate and unforgettable plot weaves together in such a manner that you can feel the action of the tale. At the same time, the danger and intrigue kept my heart pounding. I loved getting to know these characters in such an up-close and personal manner. The camaraderie between the characters really did it for me. These aren’t simply individuals thrown together by circumstances; they are friends who’ve been to hell and back together. The verbal and nonverbal communication between them highlighted just how close they are while also showing who they are as individuals. And let’s not forget the fantastic main characters that Walker introduces us to. They were the type of individuals that I could really root for. The chemistry between them was undeniable, and I couldn’t help but laugh at everything that came between them. This novel was fast paced, captivating and hauntingly suspenseful from beginning to end. Walker has definitely created a crew that will do this series proud. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
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    Hell or High Water

    Awful. Could not finish this book as it was so poorly writen. Juvenile in the extreme. Characters meant to sound tough but just came off as silly and devoid of any education or intelligence. Ultimately annoying and a waste off reading time.
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    Hell or High Water

    Julie Ann Walker's newest book is fantastic! This new series is going to be a blast to read. CIA agents, former Navy SEALS, stolen chemical weapons, terrorists, and a fortune in Spanish treasure to located in tne fabulous Florida Keys! Along with a sizzling romance, this story had me on tne edge of my seat! I am really forward to the next one!
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    HELL or HIGH WATER

    OMG i loved it cant wait for book 2 keep on wrighting Julie you are fantastic. i love and have read all of your book and will read them again. :)
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    The Wayfarer1's Whackass Wednesday scores 4.5+

    ** Provided by Netgalley in Exchange for an Honest Review ** Judging a Book by it's Cover: Cover is reminiscent of the many other Action/Suspense stories out there today from any number of authors. Synopsis is good, but again, more standard fair for it's genre and category. To be honest, I may have passed this one up had I not seen the author's name attached to it. On closer inspection, the cover model, to me, does not accurately resemble Leo and worse... his upper right arm looks like a balloon animal arm (Deltoids to Biceps). Looking Deeper: The prologue highlights the last moments of La Santa Cristina and her crew before a hurricane turns her and her armed escorts into sacrificial lambs to Mother Ocean. Third person POV. I don't know if it's because it's an all new cast with just the mildest tie-in to BKI, but I found it difficult to connect to the story and it's characters in the beginning. Within the first twenty percent, you are introduced to Leo and his team*, Olivia, Jonathan Winters**, the bad guys - which are currently split in two groups, and some innocent bystanders. There's been a lot of little movers and shakers, but none of it has drawn me in at this point. By thirty percent, we are beginning to see how the story and all it's counterparts are coming together as well as experiencing the dynamic and camaraderie of the Deep Six crew. It's at this point that the story really begins to takes off with great chemistry between all characters, witty banter, believable interactions and natural-feeling dialogue. The plot is exciting and the story flows really well once all of the chess pieces are laid out be played. There are some conflicts that come up several times and, being the militant professionals that they are, each is resolved in a calm and mature manner... except when dealing with matters of the heart... then they can be a little dumb, as usual. Predictability was quite low and minor. The conclusion is great, with the inclusion of Mad Dog. I especially enjoy the hints we are seeing of "possibly more" between Bran and Maddy, they were both extremely enjoyable secondary characters. There is an epilogue that expands upon the prologue just a bit and makes for a juicy info nugget. I am actually glad I trudged through the beginning and look forward to reading the next book in the series. * Mention was made of Michael "Mad Dog" Wainwright, the 7th living member of their former SEAL team. His novella, the series prequel, was featured in WAY OF THE WARRIOR, an anthology benefiting the Wounded Warriors, released in early May. ** Jonathan Winters is a CIA character that has been featured in the BKI series and was raising red flags even then. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Heat Level: 4.5 ~ Score: 4.5 ~ Stars: 5 ------------------------------------------------------------------------
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