Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Shelly Kittell

Motherland (Tom Grant #3)Motherland by Samantha Adair
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Isabella had to leave Russia when she was a child to get away from the Organisation. Fast forward to her adult years and her father has just passed away. She made a promise to scatter his ashes in the Motherland, Russia. In order to do so, she has to secretly get in and get out in one day. She is at a huge risk to do this. She hooks up with her friend, Tom Grant, who helps her to accomplish this but not without many challenges. I couldn’t put this book down once I started it. I got sucked in by all the action. Hold your breath action such as gun fights, knife fights, kidnappings, and other challenges will be experienced. You’ll feel the romance among the characters as they try to feel the love of their relationships through the trials. This was an amazing book, so well-written. The author did a fantastic job of keeping you guessing as to who was on what side. Every time I thought I knew who did it along came a twist. Book #3 in the series.

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