Thursday, June 7, 2018

Title: A Heart of Shame
Series: The Redemption Saga #2
Author: Kristen Banet

Sawyer Matthews is a retired and presumed-dead assassin. Ripped from her life of shadows and secrets, she’s decided to gamble it all and accept a new chapter in her life—one that may lead to a brighter future. 

New beginnings come with new problems, though, and she’s always lived by the belief that she doesn’t deserve of redemption—a painful truth Sawyer has held in her heart for years. 

Their first case takes the team to Texas, where members are confronted with more than just Sawyer’s painful past. The team is sent to deal with a series of suspicious deaths, but end up dealing with the community’s entrenched prejudices, an unregistered Magi at its heart. Nothing is what it seems as the killer enacts a deadly game of cat-and-mouse, and the team is sucked into a case even more sinister than they thought. 

Can Sawyer’s first case with the International Magi Police Organization help her to realize she’s deserving of the redemption offered? And what about her heart? Will she overcome its core of shame to learn she deserves even more than redemption? 


 Sawyer is now working with the guys for the next five years. She wants to do everything she can to prove to them that they didn't make a mistake when they helped her. So, she's going to work hard, and try to be everything the team needs. But, that may not be as easy as she thinks. They end up having a new case right off the bat and it ends up making things very complicated for everyone. 

This book was another good one in this series. I liked the drama, and I enjoyed the characters a lot as well. The only thing I'm a bit sad about was how it ended, and the threat that seems to be hanging over Sawyer. I'm a bit worried about that. 

Other than that I though this one was really good, and I look forward to more in this series. 
by Shooting Stars Reviews 9:26 AM No comments


Post a Comment

Bookmark Us

Search Our Site

Blog Archive

Proud Tour Host!

♥Blog Awards♥

2016 NetGalley Challenge
100 Book Reviews
Professional Reader