Review: Voice in the Wilderness (HL Wegley)

Voice-in-the-Wilderness-1800X2700-HalfThis ebook was provided by the author for review purposes, but all opinions are my own.

I enjoyed this suspense novel and I’m looking forward to the sequels – in fact, I wish I had them on hand already so I could read them super-quick! The story began with the action underway and didn’t let up much for the characters, though they still found time for entertaining banter and will-they-won’t-they romance interactions. The more my mind revisits this book and its characters, the more I appreciate it!

Book description:
What if your blog could save the nation, but posting to it might cost your life?

Two extraordinary people born for a time such as this.

As catastrophes drive the US into martial law, all eyes are on America, waiting to see what emerges. KC Banning, network specialist, discovers President Hannan’s tyrannical plans and is branded a terrorist, sending her fleeing the Beltway to find her childhood soulmate and protector, Brock Daniels. Brock, a writer and man of faith, gives CPR to a dying nation through his blog, which is read by military members still loyal to the Constitution. But starting a grassroots insurgency while reconciling KC’s and Brock’s broken relationship proves difficult. When Hannan sends Special Forces to kill Brock and KC, starting a war in the Central Oregon desert, reconciliation, like staying alive, might be impossible.

Set in Washington DC and near Crooked River Ranch in the Central Oregon desert, Voice in the Wilderness, Book 1 of the Against All Enemies Series, is a political thriller, with romance, about two people who must decide if they’re willing to sacrifice their lives to prevent the USA from becoming the Dystopian States of America.

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