Word of Honor by Hallee Bridgeman // Review


Riveting from the very beginning, this book picks where the last one ends with the wedding of Cynthia and Rick. This book launches into a brand new adventure that works as a stand alone, as Bill and Lynda go deep into foreign territory to root out terrorists, posing as husband and wife despite their history together. 

A fantastic read, that pulled me in and I didn't want to put it down. Excellent tension, pacing, filled with action and laced with danger. I also liked how Bill showed that he had truly changed from the man that he was back in college, to a man of faith, action, and purpose. 

Great character development and relationship building throughout, I liked how they had to rebuild trust between them, as well as how Lynda came to see Bill for the man he became rather than who he was. 

Overall, a book that was impossible to put down, with characters that I became attached to and could cheer for all the way through. This book definitely cemented Ms. Bridgeman as one of my favorite authors. Highly recommend!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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