Thursday, June 9, 2016

review || REVENGE { blog tour } by C.A. Harms

Limitless Publishing | June 7, 2016 | New Adult Romantic Suspense
Phoenix Undercover, book 3


Living in fear was what they were all doing. 

It was no longer just the life of the woman he loved that was in danger, but also the life of their unborn child. The undercover case Josh led was now threatening to take away his true happiness. And he must find a way to keep his family safe from the hands of evil.

Knowing that the devil is lurking in the darkness, Josh is left with no way to secure their safety. His fear is taking over.

Soon Leo would finally get the chance to make them pay for ruining his life.

His revenge was coming, and there was no one who could stop it. 

The devil is near and Gabby is his target….

And he will stop at nothing to get what he wants. 

The count down has begun.

There’s nowhere to hide.

They will all pay.

{ about c.a. harms } .

Author C.A. Harms is like any other addicted reader.

I enjoy happy endings in my love stories. Loving those scenes that give it the needed angst and heat to keep you hooked and wanting more. Just enough drama to make her heart race and your stomach flutter. I haven't always been a lover of Romance and had once been addicted to a good Mystery. Just recently I have taken on a new liking and now I am addicted to Romance Novel.

I am a Limitless Publishing Author and love sharing my stories with my great fans. Feedback is great and I really enjoy interacting with my readers. I live in Illinois and enjoy spending time with my husband and two children.

You will always find me with my kindle or paperback in hand as it is my favorite pass time. And I never leave home without a small notebook. You never know when an idea for a new story will strike.

{ excerpt } .


“You can run Gabby, but I’ll find you.” He laughed with a sadistic cackle. A chilling fear rang clear as his laughter echoed off the trees. “There is nowhere to hide. No one to save you. You are mine now.”

My feet ached as the branches broke beneath my bare feet. The darkness of the night left me with minimal clarity. It was scary being alone in the darkness, unaware of my surroundings and what may be lurking ahead. But hesitation only meant Leo may reach me; that was much scarier than any other danger ahead.

“Gabriella.” Once again his voice rang out through the woods.

I had no idea where we were, or how far from the city he had taken me, but I couldn’t think about that. I had to find a way back. I had to find help.

“I’m coming for you.” A sick feeling filled my stomach as his voice sounded closer than only seconds ago.

Something sharp cut into my foot and I gasped as I fell forward, catching myself against a tree. I reached down to pull out the sharp object that was now embedded in the heel of my foot. The blood oozed and a burning sensation made me wince as I dropped the shard of glass to the ground. A broken bottle of some kind.

“I thought we were becoming friends. You were beginning to understand what I needed from you, and I was just starting to reconsider selling you. In fact, I even thought about keeping you all for myself,” Leo hollered.

I hid behind a tree as I looked from side to side, hoping for some sign of where he was. I was turned around at this point and no longer knew which way I should run.

“But you deceived me, just as your sister did. I don’t forgive easily, Gabriella. I think once we reunite you may have to give me a reason to reconsider.”

The hidden meaning of his words terrified me. Chills ran through me as I thought about his hands on me. I cringed, remembering the way he had attempted to touch me only moments ago. There was no way I could take more.

Thunder rumbled overhead and I jumped in surprise. A storm was approaching and I knew it would only make my escape that much harder.

“Game’s over.” I jerked forward, trying to get away when Leo’s voice whispered in my ear. “It’s time for you to understand and accept who you belong to.” He gripped my arm as he stepped around to my side and circled his other hand around my throat.

His grasp on my throat tightened as he leaned in closer, within inches of my face.

Rain began to fall and he smiled as he tilted his head back and allowed it to hit his face.

His laughter broke free and I could feel the tears fill my eyes.

I closed my eyes and pictured Josh’s smile. Memories of the day we brought our son into the world together filled my mind. That was a happy day. And if I was going to die tonight, it was the vision I wanted to be my last.

{ review } .

This was an excellent conclusion to the story of Josh and Gabby. In it, we're reminded of little pieces along their journey: how they met, how Gabby felt when he was gone, how Josh felt when he came back. These two are finally on the path to forever it seems, but Josh's case is still feeling dangerously close to home.

We start this third part in a suspenseful action scene that will happen later. Much later. But it's just enough foreshadowing for the reader to know -- the fears Josh has? He's completely right in having them. Gabby is now super-pregnant and on bedrest, bringing out that sassy side of hers. I absolutely loved Josh and his love for Gabby in this book. Josh does go down some dark roads, though -- dark roads that may alter the future for them.

Our side players, again, are a hoot. Josh's partners are hooking up with Gabby's sisters, and I have to say... Brook and Gray are absolutely hysterical. I loved the taunting and teasing that goes on in this house with two partners and two Shannon sisters. Absolutely loved it.

Because I gave the other two books five-star ratings, and felt that this was the best conclusion the story could get, and I loved it, I went with a five-star this time too. However.... there were a few writing style issues I had in this book that I didn't in the previous two. Still though. My favorite C.A. Harms series, the one I looked forward to the most. I can't help but kind of wish we'll go back a little and watch his partners fall for their own Shannon girls.

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