While this story had a LOT of twists and turns and intrigue I did struggle quite a bit. The character list is extensive and most of the characters have three names they go by. Its a challenge to follow the main story when all are used along with the quantity. Speaking of the main story…its a doozie. I loved the idea of horse therapy facility especially for vets. This seems a minor plot point. As with most Chase Securities stories there is something bigger brewing.
I think my favorite character in here is Troy “Greece” Bremen. He has been a minor through the last couple books and in here he had a little larger role. I enjoy watching his changes and growth through his recuperation. Wes and Eleanor are both fine but they both are harboring secrets and are very intensely involved in the drama and chaos which is too much for me.
Overall this is a good story if you enjoy lots of action, suspense, drama and twists and turns like I haven’t seen in a while. This can be read as a stand alone but there are a few references to past books. I did enjoy where the title comes from and the actual journey that the MC’s took. I just had a few issues with this one and didn’t feel the connection between the MC because there was so much going on.