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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Kerry Baker

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I think this is a good start to a new series. It definitely felt like it was setting the scene for the other books to come but it was a great way to be introduced to the characters and the overall story. I enjoyed reading about the main character. She is strong and interesting to read about and, for me, carried the story.
The book was quite a short read, fast paced and fully of action. I think the author had a bit of scope to go into more detail and draw it out a bit longer but I enjoyed what had been written. This book has done its job and got me interested enough to read what comes next.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Jenni Bishop

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 stars

Fatal Memory is the first book in the Teagan Stone series. It is a political spy thriller that is full of danger and mystery, suspense and intrigue, secrets and lies. Fatal Memory is a fast-paced short read.

Teagan was a notorious spy in a world of espionage and deadly assassins. She has had enough of this world and is now focusing on her family but all that changes as her past comes knocking on her door.

The premise of the story is good but it just didn’t have the impact and structure I would have liked to have seen. I wanted more.

However, this is only the first book and I look forward to seeing the story and characters grow.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Kylean Sprosty

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Agent Red was a very fast read. Jumping right into Teagan’s “kidnapping” and reintroduction to The Firm to save an old team mate who had gone missing. One catch, Teagan doesn’t remember her previous life as Agent Red. I do wish the author would have went further into the background of Teagan and her team, but maybe that will be coming in Book 2. Page turning action from beginning to end.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Jennifer Gordon

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thoroughly enjoyed this fairly short but action packed story, which had me hooked from page one. Teagan Stone was working in the Navy when she was recruited to work with an elite group, where she became a rather notorious spy. However, after many years service she takes retirement to enjoy time with her husband and three children. Until one day, she wakes up chained to a bed in a small cell, with no memory of where she is, how she got there or why. Teagan has to rely on her skills that she learnt when working as an undercover government operative, if she is to survive and save her country. For a short story this was a really fast paced, page turner full of action, drama, adventure, suspense, crime and mystery, which kept me gripped. Teagan is a great heroine of this story, and I look forward to following her adventures in this new series.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Beverly Finnie

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Knowing Fatal Memory was short going in, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Well it was intriguing, kept me interested, and left me wanting more. I loved it. I didn’t think there would be enough time to do all that in the original length, but the author pulled it off. Some aspects were a little rough, but it didn’t take away from the story or make me lose interest, I had a wonderful.r ctb lol start to a series, I’m ready for the next one.
Agent Red suffered an injury and repressed her memories working for “The Firm.” Former Navy Seal Teagan is now a happily married stay-at-home mom. She doesn’t remember the life that kept her constantly on her toes and in danger. The Firm felt otherwise and brought her back in against her will. They needed her to get back one of their own, and get back involved with her last target. Apprehensive at first she ends up taking the lead against the will of Agent Broderick.
Again the author leaves you wanting more. Not only do I want more going forward, but I want more of a backstory too. Bring on book two!

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Codi Parham

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Teagan is a warrior. She has been raising her family with no memory of her life as an agent. Then she is recruited for a dangerous mission to find a missing agent, and her old best friend. As the story unravels, Teagan slowly regains memories of her past life. Secrets, lies, and betrayal. Will she overcome the obstacles and complete the mission?

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Kerry Carr

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is the first book in the Teagan Stone series and I can’t wait to read more. This book is full of so many twists and turns that at some parts its hard to keep up but it is well worth reading. This is definately a story that keeps the reader guessing and you won’t see the end happening. For a short story it is full of action and danger but for me personally i felt the end was a bit rushed, but I am looking forward to seeing what happens next.

Teagan used to be part of a company called The Firm. Their job was to work undercover to stop people who are a threat to Amercian and its people. When Teagan decides to retire she thinks her days as an agent are over and she settles into life with her family.
However that life is shattered when she is kidnapped by The Firm and because of her memory loss she can’t remember ever being an agent.

But here she is and in order to protect and keep her family safe she needs to find out what happened to her team member Leah and take down a drug lord.
But things aren’t what they seem. The people you think you can trust you can’t and when Teagan’s families lives are still in danger she has to decide who to trust and what to do to make sure they are protected.

Who can she trust? What choices does she need to make to guarantee her families safety? Can she remember how to even be a great agent?

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Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone Series Book #1) by Ava S. King – Review by Angela Hayes

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

3.5 Stars

 

Agent Red: Fatal Memory is the first book in the Teagan Stone series by Ava S. King. This is the first book that I have read by this author, but as I love a great spy thriller, I was curious to see what I would find between the covers.
This proved to be an action-packed story with espionage, politics, agendas, drama, danger, mystery, suspense, deadly assassins, intrigue, secrets, lies, and more.
I did enjoy the story and am interested to see where the series goes from here. Being the first book in the series, I felt that there were a few ‘teething issues’-but the character/s, premise, and developments have left me wanting to join in for the rest of the series as I am sure there is a lot more in store for super spy, Teagan Stone.
Happy Reading!

Thank you, Ava S. King!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Rachel Moss

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I can’t lie. This book was rough to get through. I did get this one free on Amazon, and to me it felt like there was little to no editing. The story was good, it just wasn’t well executed. I feel like a lot was lost in translation. It’s like it wasn’t fleshed out enough. I really struggled getting through this one. I wanted to love it because the synopsis was very interesting but I just couldn’t. Maybe it was an off reading day but I just didn’t enjoy this one like I would.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Michelle Mulvey

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I thought the book was well written. I didn’t realize how many books would be in this series. It was a quick read and I thought it was pretty good
But not sure I’d be able to read 5 more installments of this. It was very fast paced. The main character is one tough cookie and is not to be messed with. The book confused me a bit and I just really wasn’t into it but that’s my fault. The author did a great job.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Christine Baranek

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fatal Memory
By: Ava S. King
5*

This is the first book in the Agent Red: Teegan Stone Series. This book is incredibly fast paced and easy to read. It was also filled with many twists and turns that kept me guessing iwth each page I turned. It ended too quickly for me, I found myself wanting more. I’m glad that this is in a series because I want to continue to learn about Teegan and her teammates.
Teegan wakes up chained to a bed with no recollection of how she got there. She is concerned about her family and very confused. However, as those who abducted her soon reveal, her family is very safe. Rather, it is her they are after. Not in the typical way that a person who is generally abducted is after some one. Rather, they want to show her who she used to be. She used to be a member of an elite organization in the Navy who was in charge of protecting America. Teegan walked away from this life to devote herself to her family. She was tired of the danger, the death, the killing, the espionage. She is being asked to continue a mission that she has botched and this means awakening a piece of her that has been dormant for a long time. Throughout this book, we watch Teegan struggle with her desire to be a family mom, to reclaim her old life, and who to trust. I definitely recommend it!

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Shelly Kittell

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Agent Red is one of the most powerful suspense books I’ve read this year. Teagan is just trying to live her life and all of a sudden she is sucked back into her prior life as a spy. I found the story to contain lots of drama, adventure, suspense and mystery. It had everything I like to find in a book to keep me intrigued, and I was from the beginning. I found the characters well-written. I felt like I was reading about real people. They were very relatable. This was a fantastic book that I believe will enjoyed by others. I highly recommend it.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Santana Hicks

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you are looking for a quick read that is fast paced and filled to the brim with action, look no further!

Teagan Stone is a mother of 3 and a doting wife to her husband. One day she is kidnapped by her old team from an elite force of spies. With her memory gone, she has no idea who these people are and why they would want anything to do with her. Turns out she was a badass agent who decided to give up the spy life to raise her children. Unfortunately a former team member has gone missing and the clues lead to the last case Teagan and her team last worked together.

They tell her one more case and she can go back to her family. She never wanted to be dragged back into the life but has no choice.

The author did a really good job of stuffing the book full of action with a splash of politics. Taking place in the present with flashbacks so you know what the previous case was. I also really enjoyed the way the author wrote Teagan. She’s sassy, strong, smart and stubborn.

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Tausha Treadway

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King. I loved this book. Its a fast paced, action thriller. Its about Teagan Stone who is a retired operative on a mission to track down missing agent in Spain. Diablo Garcia is a very bad wanted drug Lord and Teagan doesn’t know how in the world she is going to capture him because she has lost all of her memory. She’s not excited about this mission but she knows she has to do it to save her Country. Being recruited by the Navy is a huge deal when she would really rather be at home with her husband and kids. She is having to rely on anything she can remember to save her self and get thru this mission. Teagan was such a fun, strong willed woman and I loved reading about her. This book will pull you in and you will be flipping pages way into the night. I can’t wait to read the next one!

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King – Review by Lorrene Huisman

Agent Red: Fatal Memory (Teagan Stone, #1)Agent Red: Fatal Memory by Ava S. King
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book truly topped the WOW factor! I love a good action thriller, but this one really blew my expectations really! The book was a quick read, and not a dull moment in my reading! I was highly invested!

Tegan Stone was wonderful female lead characters. I admired her ability to be strong, touch, and intelligent as she was, She had that never give up attitude. I loved how she handled her mission, and what shocked me was leading to the end, where her mission led to questions that made it difficult to complete her mission for what it was. I loved the writing style of the author, how they created a quick fast read that was amazing from start to finish! I could not put this down to the end! The suspense was too much to stop! Loved it!

The book was amazing and pumped full of action and suspense that I did not hesitate to love! I cannot wait to read more by this author and partake in Tegan’s adventures! Highly recommend this must read!!

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red:Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King

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Fatal Memory (Agent Red: Teagan Stone Series Book 1) by Ava S. King
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Page Count – 76

Early in her military career, Teagan Stone was recruited from the Navy to work with an elite group, where she became a notorious spy. After many years of service, all she wants to do is focus on her husband and three kids.

Instead of enjoying retirement, she wakes up one day and finds herself

chained to a bed in a 4×4 cell with no memory of how she got there or why. The life she tried to leave behind has dragged her back.

Once again Teagan must rely on her time as a undercover government operative, to work a mission she didnt ask for, while doing things she hasnt done in years, in order to save her country.

Follow this adrenaline-packed, political spy thriller as this once deadly homemaker navigates a world filled with espionage, intrigue, and deadly assassins!

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Ava S. King writes mystery, psychological crime thrillers, international espionage thrillers, political and action/adventure novels. Her debut novel, Agent Red Fatal Memory became a huge hit with100 BestSellers, Top Indie Favorite. 100 Debut release on all digital platforms. Born and raised in TN, filmmaker and lover of all things mystery and suspense. In addition to writing, Ava loves bringing her novels to life on the bigscreen starting with Agent Red series.

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No Pistol Tastes the Same (PTSD Disaster Book 1) by Jacob Paul Patchen – Review by Jessica Pritt

No Pistol Tastes the SameNo Pistol Tastes the Same by Jacob Paul Patchen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was great and inspiring. I loved the support JP received from his wife, it was my favorite part. This book shows the struggle and courage that PTSD people go through. This book had me wondering what is going to happen next. I am glad about the ending. I love the intros in the chapters.

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The Prisoner of the Dead (Dead World Book #1) by Megan Mackie – Review by Angela Hayes

The Prisoner of the Dead: Zombie Thriller Dystopia (Dead World Book 1)The Prisoner of the Dead: Zombie Thriller Dystopia by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

5 Stars

 

The Prisoner of the Dead is the first book in the Dead World series by the ever talented Megan Mackie. I never bother reading the blurb to any of Ms. Mackie‘s books before rushing to one-click myself a copy, because I already know that whatever it is I will LOVE it. And this book was no exception- hello zombie apocalypse among dystopian themes- with action, thrills, mystery, dramatic developments, immortals, fantastic worldbuilding, survival, plague outbreak, zombies vs humans, and so much more I can’t possibly list it all here without spoiling the story for you.
As expected from Ms. Mackie she didn’t just write another ‘zombie’ story- she has cleverly given the zombie apocalypse trope a good shake up by adding her own original spin to it- and thereby breathing fresh ‘life’ into the genre (pun intended 😊). I shouldn’t be surprised- but she really does amaze me each and every time she releases a new story- as she always manages to weave in the unexpected, keeping me glued to the pages full of anticipation at what is or might happen.
A completely engrossing start to an exciting new series…. I really can’t wait to see where we go from here!
Highly recommended!
Happy Reading!

Thank you, Megan Mackie!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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An Alien Storm (Soldiers of Saedo Book 4) by Calla Zae – Review by Jenni Bishop

An Alien Storm (Soldiers of Saedo, #4)An Alien Storm by Calla Zae
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Calla writes a variety of genres from sci-fi, fantasy, paranormal, to contemporary romance novels. I have read a few of her books and each one is totally different to the others. This book is a Sci Fi story and the visuals she brings in her writing transports you to another place. I didn’t discover until I was three quarters of the way through that this was the fourth book in the series, but I didn’t feel like I was missing out. But I will be going back and starting at the beginning of the series because I really enjoyed this book.
There is drama and suspense, danger, steamy scenes and romance. The world is well-crafted is engaging and entertaining with fully developed and endearing characters.
Vanessa has a past that has left her with scars both physically and the mentally. She has just found her slice of heaven and then she meets Arkon. Arkon can’t stop thinking about one woman who helped rescue but there is something coming that may keep these two apart.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Melissa Saxton

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Jump into an action packed high stakes military Sci fi adventure!

this is a well done military Sci fi that starts out with Kat a MC who thinks she’s been dispatched to a boring assignment but it turns into anything but. This multi POV military Sci fi brings so much camaraderie, sarcasm, quick humor and strong attention to detail that you feel immersed in these characters adventure and its hard not to like any of them.

I did feel like the action was a tiny bit rushed so I had to slow down my typical reading style to make sure I got all of the well built details but it is worth it as you can easily miss important bits it you aren’t paying attention.

this adventure is left open with hopefully more story to come as you’ll be invested in the outcome of the story at the end!

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Faith Jackson

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This action-packed read will have you on the edge of your seat as you become enthralled in this adventure. The characters really carried the book with the action that followed. I enjoyed every part of this read!

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Anantha Rusum

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A fast paced adventure about a special ops group called Daire’s devils, who have to protect their colony from invaders. But trouble brews when someone tries to play with the prototype aircraft, and it becomes difficult to trust if the enemy is actually from outside or inside. This is a sci-fi/ military thriller which keeps you guessing till the end. The plot is quite engrossing and the characters are likeable. It was an enjoyable fast read.

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Ashleyann Sanabria

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This story proved to be high stakes and totally immersive from the very start. Kat is an MC that is easy to trust. Her intuition proves to be her best ally. The relationships between the characters was very well done, especially how they dealt with death, even if the life was lost by their hand. The attention to detail by the author was really well done. Highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to get into military sci-fi. Once you start this story, your whole world is left behind and replaced by this one.

Reviewed by @asanabr1

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Candida Hopper

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This Sci fi military story isn’t a genre I would normally read but I am glad I gave it a chance because I enjoyed it very much. This book is full of action, great characters, suspense and danger. The author did an exceptional job keeping me entertained and the detail was so vivid that it felt real. I was kept on the edge of my seat wondering who was the enemy, who was working for who? Kat found herself in some dangerous situations, but she didn’t let it stop her from doing her job and what she believes is right. There are many other great characters. When I got to the end I wanted more. I look forward to reading more from this author.

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Daire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Roxsanne Lesieur.

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Corporal Katrion Alexander is a member of the 142nd Mobile Special Ops Team, also known as the Daire’s Devils and they are the ones called in to make the hard decisions and take on the hard missions and as their newest member, the Corporal is on the receiving end of the usual hazing by the rest of the team, however, when she is given an assignment which is separate from the rest of the team, she feels like she is been left behind.

While on this assignment, although she feels abandoned, she doesn’t have much time to think about it when she is thrown in at the deep end and left to sort out someone else’s mess, she is not impressed in the slightest, but she gets on with her assigned duties anyway, but the way in which she does it is not as protocol suggests and this gets her into a bit of trouble. This is only the start when she finds herself on the receiving end of some less than stellar treatment and starts to second guess everything she thought she knew, but she also uncovers some vital information at the same time, that a synthetic fighting operative has replaced a vital member of the hierarchy and she discovers this by ending up in a confrontation with one.

As she is debriefed, the plot thickens as a plot within the Allied Forces is revealed when someone tries to steal valuable information about AeroCom’s new flagship called the Cromwell and the secrets that ship holds, but nobody knows who the infiltrators are, or who they are trying to steal the information for. Meanwhile, the Devils are given a new mission to aid in the defence of a planet which is at risk of exploitation and military invasion, the planet Demeter and this particular planet is a heavily contested piece of terrain, but with the information they have, can the Daire’s Devils complete their mission, or will the infiltrators get what they want and blow the mission apart?

This is a sci-fi with action, reaction and subterfuge, where one tight knit team must unravel the plots they have been thrown into the midst of, in this fast paced race across the galaxy where nothing is as it seems and trust is hard won and even harder to keep as you fly along with the team from the beginning of the mission until you have to know how it ends.

Review by @roxsannel

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Mandy Ott

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daire’s Devils was not in my normal genre of reading, and have not read anything before by this author, but I am so impressed. Danielle Ackley-McPhail creates a wonderful mix of characters that are realistic and relatable. The reader can’t help fall in love with the comradery and quick humor between the characters. There is also great works building, much of that world created in space. There is a lot of information in the book concerning characters and other information, and that sometimes muddled the story a bit, but it is all relevant and useful to the story itself. Overall, Daire’s Devils is a great, fast-paced read full of twists and turns, drama, but also friendship. I look forward to reading more from this author in the future!

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Dawn Daughenbaugh

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 Stars
Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail

Daire’s Devils is the first book in the Daire’s Devils series. This is a Military/Sci-Fi that has lots if adventure packed with action. I was pulled in from the beginning and had a hard time putting it down. It was a perfect snow day read. I’m a fan of this author and have reaf several other books by her and this one is definitely going on my favorites list. The storyline was easy to follow and the characters are fun and relatable. It’s a fast paced story that is packed full of action. The Daire’s Devils are a special ops team whom is ready to defend their colony from an invasion. Be careful who trust you never know they could be the enemy and you not know it.I highly recommend reading this book to find out what happens next? I can’t wait to read more from this series and author.

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Liz Vrchota

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Let me tell you this was a new one for me. Completely out of my comfort zone but something about that synopsis and a few teasers drew me in to an author I am already familiar with. This was for starters an incredibly vivid read, and I could tell that this a passion of the authors and I can appreciate that. Now, I don’t know a thing about RPGs but I will say this has to be a fantastic one to base off of because it just jumps off your kindle. I did find myself struggling from time to time as a person who isn’t already familiar with this world and would maybe suggest some smoothing in the writing in future books to help that for others in my shoes. I enjoyed the entire team of characters and really want to come back for more adventures. This is definitely one to check out if you like military sci-fi loaded with action and adventure.

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Daire’s Devils (Daire’s Devils Series Book 1) by Danielle Ackley-McPhail – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Daire’s Devils is an exciting military sci-fi novel. It combines influences from the real military with a vibrant future setting that will satisfy even the pickiest sci-fi fans.
The story is gripping from the start. We see Kat, believing she’s been given a boring job to keep her safe only to find that she’s in a lot more danger than she realised. There are levels of secrets and mysteries to solve, and plenty of action along the way. I love Kat’s resourcefulness, and she’s not overskilled to the point of seeming unrealistic.
This book will appeal to fans of Star Trek and other space military stories. There’s great attention to detail, including seemingly mundane aspects like what the showers are like and how the “meat” is produced. This paints a vivid picture, and helps make the story more believable. They also address things like grief and guilt for the ordinary crew members who are killed when a ship is destroyed – something which many stories seem to gloss over.
Daire’s Devils gets five stars from me! This is a captivating story that will take you on an amazing adventure!

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Daire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail–Review by Jerricka Brown

Daire's DevilsDaire’s Devils by Danielle Ackley-McPhail
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was amazing. The author’s imagination really showed through the words. All the action that was packed into this book made it even more enjoyable. I am new to this author and their work and I was very entertained. I normally do not read much military based books, but this one was a great addition.

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