All Sean Kincaid wanted was to use his Special Operative skills to bring a domestic terrorist to justice. But he left a trail of bodies in his wake: foes, colleagues - and an innocent woman. Now he's pursued by enemies, while desperately searching for a way to make amends.
Deirdre Monahan was expecting a happy afternoon with her cousin Anna. But she found a corpse abandoned like trash - and no one who could tell her why. Now Deirdre's looking for answers, and bent on giving whoever killed Anna the gift of knowing Deirdre's pain.
In Ashes, Sean sacrificed everything. In this thrilling sequel, there will be ... a Reckoning.
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About the Author
She lives in California with her husband, son, and cats. When she's not writing or reading, she enjoys cooking, watching movies, and attending nerdy conventions.
She is the author of The Day After Yesterday and Ashes, and is currently at work on her next novel. She hopes you enjoy reading her books as much as she enjoys writing them.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Sean Kincaid has exacted his own brand of justice on a cell of domestic terrorists when his former agency wouldn’t put him back on active status, but in the hunt some innocent casualties occurred. Anna Blaine was killed along with her unborn child and Sean doesn’t know how to live with himself. Deirdre Monahan is Anna’s cousin and the person who found her body. Sean is out to make amends, Deirdre is out for his blood, and Sean’s former boss is out to take his life. RECKONING is a story with great characters, a strong emotional presence, and some wicked plot twists. I don’t want to give too much away, but definitely read ASHES (book 1) and RECKONING! In RECKONING, you will see the work of an author who has a deft touch and a powerful mastery of human emotion.
I liked this even more than the first book (Ashes). Hard to put down!
I enjoyed Ashes and when it left me hanging I had to finish the story. The second in the series far surpassed the first one, I could not put it down!
Read books one and two of this series. Different genre than my usual reads. I thought the two books were drawn out but then again the reader has to really know the characters to appreciate this book and the hows and whys it plays out like it does. Pretty bloody, so if that type thing bothers you, not the book for you. Would recommend overall.