Friday, August 19, 2011

Another Review Up on AAR (

The review of Redeeming the Rogue by C. J. Chase is featured today on AAR.  One of my gripes about the book is its title which is far from true if the rogue in question is the male protagonist.  Poor Kit, having served his country well as a spy, is beatin himself up for doing a good job.  Spying, after all, requires lying and cameleon-like behavior.  That his boss didn't commend him in a way that he felt proud to have done the job he was hired and trained to do is a failing on the boss' part, not Kit's. 

Even though the book his Christian underpinnings, it's one that can be enjoyed by those who aren't usually attracted to books with overtly religious sentiments.

Onward to today's task:  writing a review of Miller's The Creed Legacy.  Brody Creed, the Creed in question in this third book, unlike Kit has no problems about taking credit where credit is due.  He's a rodeo champion and is proud of his past accomplishments even though he's embarking on a new career.  I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would, Kit being a guy who's full of himself and all.  In fact, it's definitely going in my DIK pile.  Like they say, review to come!

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