Review: Take To The Limit By Dawn Ryder

Reviewed by Jaimie

Take To The Limit is the fourth book in the Unbroken Heroes series by Dawn Ryder and once I started it I finished it in one shot. It wasn’t just Bram and Jaelyn that drew me in, we got to see more of their teammates, we got to visit with the couples from the earlier books, and I loved Jaelyn’s grandpa and sister too.

Bram Magnus is a hardcore military man, who has worked with Saxon and his team on a few occasions. When he isn’t officially offered a spot on their team he is set to head to Afghanistan for a six-month deployment. The day before he leaves, he goes to see his quasi-girlfriend LeeAnn but instead he finds her with another guy. He’s not even upset because, in reality, he knew she wasn’t the one. Her sister, on the other hand, is a totally different matter… [Read more…]

Review: Deep Into Trouble by Dawn Ryder

Reviewed by Jaimie

Deep Into Trouble is the third book in the Unbroken Heroes series by Dawn Ryder and this one grabs you from the get-go! Saxon and Ginger were a bit of an odd couple with one being spunky and fun and the other being serious and straight-laced. They worked in so many ways and you couldn’t help but cheer for them!

Ginger Boyce is a librarian who is dying to break out of her shell and live a little. While attending a conference in New Orleans she takes a walk on the wild side, with disastrous results. After witnessing a murder committed by a dangerous and elusive killer, Ginger is in desperate need of protection. Thankfully for her, Saxon’s team is tracking the same man. [Read more…]

Review: Dare You To Run by Dawn Ryder

dare-you-to-runReviewed by Jaimie

Dare You to Run is the second book in the Unbroken Heroes series by Dawn Ryder, and while I normally don’t like the whole leave them to save them trope, this one worked.  I haven’t read the first installment in the series, although I do intend to read it now, but I didn’t feel like I was missing too much.  There is definitely a back story that was playing out, but it wasn’t the focus of the book so I was able to get by without missing it.  The story revolves around Vitus and Damascus, two people that come from very different worlds, and overall I really enjoyed it. [Read more…]