Renegade (The Mercenaries Series Book 1) by Raven White – Review by Michelle King

Renegade (The Mercenaries #1)Renegade by Raven White
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

In this story, Eliza wins a singing contest/reality show to become the lead singer of a band. One night, after a show, she is attacked and left for dead. Her brother is a police officer and former military and he brings in a member of his former team to act as her body guard once she comes out of her coma. Renegade has to take the assignment. When a brother calls, you answer. He and Eliza have an instant attraction that could cause problems on the case. But he takes his job very seriously and vows to keep her safe while her brother works on finding her attacker.

This story was an interesting read, but for me, I wanted more details. There were things that were really skipped over and left up to you to make assumptions on how things occurred, but I think it was just because it was such a short story. It’s a good beginning to the series and I think it will only get better as the series goes on. The characters had great potential and intriguing personalities. I look forward to learning more about them. You’ve got to love a group of hot alpha military men! And Eliza is a strong, independent woman who knows what she wants and is willing to fight for it.

Reviewed by @chellek44

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