A wonderful book! The characters are heroic and flawed and broken, and about 1/3 of the way through the book, I was hooked...rooting for them to overcome, rooting for them to have a happy ending, and scared to get to the end in case it wasn't a happy one. Ms. Hodge has crafted an interesting tale of suspense amid a beautiful love story. You don't know who to trust, so you are suspicious of everyone. I can't wait to read her next book.
With the transformation of her debut novel from Seasons to Red on the Run, KM Hodge has hit the sweet spot. The overall tone is lighter, yet she hasn’t sacrificed the obstacles her characters must face as they battle not only their own personal demons, but organized crime as well. The magic in Hodge’s writing comes in the depth she gives her characters. Her main characters, as well as her supporting cast, are flawed and wounded and lovable, and that’s what drives them to trouble and triumph…or somewhere in between. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series and to witnessing the writing talent of KM Hodge transform even more. This author is one to follow.
K.M. Hodge does a great job of creating a world of suspense and romance that sucks you in. I couldn't put the book down! I would definitely recommend this book.
Absolutely fantastic! Move over Baldacci Prepare for competition from this new author! Spell binding - hard to put down. Had me captured from chapter one through the end! Thank you KM Hodge!
Red On The Run – The Syndicate- Born Trilogy Book 1 – K M Hodge
Sparks fly when Katherine Mitchell and Alex Bailey meet. Both agents working for the FBI, each harbouring dark secrets and troubled pasts. The reader is immediately made aware that all is not as it should be. By joining forces they set off a chain of events that lead the story off on a fast paced journey of espionage, betrayal, corruption and ultimate tragedy.
This adrenaline fuelled thriller captivates from the first chapter until it hurtles to the dramatic finale.
The tender love story that arises between Katherine and Alex is Shakespearian in its tragedy, leaving the reader desperate and ruined.
A great first novel, hopefully paving the way for an exciting series.