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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Chrissy Spulak

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair is the third installment in the Tom Grant series, and I have to say, it can’t get more action-packed than this! First of all, I love Isabella. She is the strong female protagonist I always look for. And Tom is the genuinely great supporting guy that balances her out. To fulfill her father’s wishes, Isabella returns his ashes to his home country and action and suspense ensue. This has all the components of a great action/romance thriller, and it was hard to put down and get back to reality. I have not read the first two books in this series, but they are absolutely on my list now. This can be read by itself, but I assume it will only be better if you read them in sequence. Seriously, don’t miss out on this series. 4 out of 5 stars!

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Desiree Ottinger

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is my first time reading this author. And I have to say that I really enjoyed it! I was drawn in from the very beginning by the characters. Even though I have not read the first 2 books in the series, I did not feel like I was missing too much. The author did a great job including some of the back story so I wasn’t completely lost.

Tom Grant was a likeable character as was Isabella/Irina. I am looking forward to reading more about them!

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Lianne Probert

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Motherland: A Tom Grant Novel is the third book in this series by Samantha Adair.
I would recommend that this book needs to be read after the first two books in the series. There is already so much that has happened, and lots of back story to the characters, that you will be missing out (and possibly a bit confused) if you start at book 3.

As with the other books, I still absolutely love Tom! The far-from-perfect former agent is funny, sexy, smart, and rough around the edges. I think his character, along with that of Isabella, gets better and better throughout the series.
Motherland is another fast-paced read. Honestly, it will have you on the edge of your seat wondering where the author will take you next.
There’s plenty of drama and passion, and it was over far too soon. I can’t wait to read book four.

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Mrs R

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book, it had me hooked from the beginning. It was full of suspense, you really didn’t know what might be coming next.
I haven’t read other books in the series but I highly recommend that you do. This book can technically work as standalone, but I did miss out on a lot of background information and it was assumed that previous books had been read first. I am definitely going back and reading them now!
Tom Grant is an amazing character, he has his flaws, and many layers, he’s grumpy, impatient but his sarcastic responses were brilliant. I absolutely loved the conversations he had with Iz and Martha.
Iz needs to visit the Motherland to reunited her fathers Ashes with her mother. However, she defected from Russia and is wanted by many people. Tom goes with her, but it definitely doesn’t quite go to plan. What starts as a quick in and out visit, turns into a very deadly game, of death, kidnapping, lies, betrayal, heartbreak and new beginnings.
I would highly recommend this book, I really enjoyed reading it.

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Erin Wolf

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give Motherland: A Tom Grant Novel (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair, 4 stars.

This book is full of suspense and action. I do admit that I have not read the previous books in the series so it took me a while to understand what was going on. That being said, once did, I could not stop reading. These two people have so much happening to them, they barely get time to take a breath. They don’t know who to trust or what to do next. But they are smart — they figure it out as they go along. The story is well written and makes you feel like you are there.

With a great cast of characters and a story that doesn’t stop with the action and surprises, this is an action book that just keeps giving.

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Emma Clawson

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Motherland: A Tom Grant Novel by Samantha Adair is the third book in the Tom Grant series. I just fell in love with novel amd author. While this is the third novel in the series it can be read as a stand-alone.  The adventure that you go on in this novel is mind blowing.  Not only did Adair keep me on the edge of my seat, she kept my mind engaged too. If you like thrilling reads and some near misses, then this novel is for you. Samantha Adair just became one of my favorite authors.

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Liz Vrchota

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was my first time reading Samantha Adair and The Tom Grant Series so I knew I was probably going to be doing myself dirty a bit with jumping into a series midway through but I was intrigued and wanted to see what this was all about. I am glad that I did and look forward to seeing what the rest of the series now has in store for me. I really enjoyed the action and adventure that kept me on the edge of my seat while I picked apart the thriller and suspense mystery that was at the base of it all as I read. I was lost at times but I expected that and knew I would be doing it to myself and now know that I have a few new books to go back and enjoy. I also look forward to seeing what else we will be getting in this series in the near future. I really loved how loud the voice of the lead female character was in this novel. I feel like we could use more of these kind of women and just wanted to give a shout out to the author for that one.

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Vanessa Watts

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was a new author to me, and I came across the book in a search and the description pulled me in so I thought I’d give it a go. Best decision ever, this book took me on such a rollercoaster ride of emotions I lost several hours of sleep because I just had to finish.
We start off meeting Tom who seems like your average joe until Isabella comes back from a London trip without letting anyone know. They seem to fit right back together in the relationship they had before she left for London after dealing with the passing of her father. Which is where she made a promise that may just cost her more than she is willing to give.
Isabella and Tom head back to Isabella’s homeland where something isn’t quite right. Mysterious circumstances bring her once childhood friend back into her life, but he is not the same boy she knew before. He makes her go back into a life she was over that she refused to ever do again with the threat of violence against Tom.
Will they both make it out of the motherland alive and unscathed? You just have to read this page turner to find out, but it is worth the read!

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Angela Packard

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is Samantha Adair’s third book in the Tom Grant series. Motherland is the first book I have read from this author. From page one, I was laughing out loud and reading scenes to my bestie as she wanted to know what was so funny. I love Isabella, her love to her deceased father, and keeping her promise no matter what it costs her. Five days, in and out of Russia, sounds easy enough. Tom refuses to let Isabella go alone. The danger starts as soon as they get to the border. Isabella has a price on her head and her childhood friend is determined to drag her back into her old life, using Tom as leverage. This book kept me on the edge of my seat for the whole ride. I am going to have to go back to book one and catch up on what I missed.
Am glad I found this new author!! Really enjoyed this read.

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Motherland (The Tom Grant Series Book 3) by Samantha Adair – Review by Angela Hayes

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

3.5 Stars

 

Motherland is the third book in the Tom Grant series by Samantha Adair. This is the first book that I have read by Samantha Adair- so I was curious about what lay in store for me- as I enjoy exploring new books and am always on the lookout for new authors to add to my reading lists. This has a bit of a thriller vibe happening- with dramatic developments, action, adventure, mystery, and more.
I did enjoy the story, and it did read well- but I just can’t help feeling that maybe I was missing something that would have helped me connect with the characters and story more. These characters, Tom and Isabella obviously have had a bit of a complicated past history- and have ‘reunited’ again in this book for this ‘adventure’.
I wish I knew all the details of the past books; I think if I had read the previous 3 books and had all the information they contained, that would have made this reading experience so much better. I will definitely be going back to read the previous books, before continuing on with the series. Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy the story, so don’t let me put you off reading it at all, but I do recommend reading the previous books first to get the most out of it.
Off to one-click the previous books to read.

Thank you, Samantha Adair!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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