The Warrior’s Seal (A Tox Files Novella) by Ronie Kendig (novella review)

warriorsseal_kendig_bethanyhousePublisher’s Description:

A Special Forces team is thrust into a war with the past to save the president after an artifact unleashes a deadly toxin.

Special Forces operative Cole “Tox” Russell and his team are tasked in a search-and-rescue–the U.S. president has been kidnapped during a goodwill tour. The mission nosedives when an ancient biblical artifact and a deadly toxin wipe out villages. Tox must stop the terrorists and the toxin to save the president.

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If you like action, adventure, contemporary military, ancient curses, a bit of archeology and a dash of romantic potential – jackpot!  Ronie Kendig has managed to pack all of this into one small prequel novella, introducing the characters and situations for her new Tox Files series.  Oh, boy, is this gonna be a good one.

The novella is action packed and might just need a reread before actually starting the first book, Conspiracy of Silence, to ensure that everything is fresh and clear in my mind.  The author has thrown a lot at the reader in terms of the characters, politics, etc. with a plot that revolves around Templars and an ancient mace with mythical powers of destruction.

You will start to like certain characters and dislike others, but be warned, not everyone will make it out of this novella alive.

Highly recommended for those who enjoy the action and adventure of well written Contemporary Inspirational Military Fiction.  If, like me, you aren’t a huge military fiction fan – this just might be a series to change our minds.

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About the Author:  Ronie Kendig is an award-winning, bestselling author who grew up an Army brat. She’s penned over a dozen novels, including The Quiet Professionals series and the A Breed Apart series. She and her hunky hero hubby have a fun, crazy life with their children and a retired military working dog in Northern Virginia.

The Warriors Seal (A Tox Files Novella) by Ronie Kendig | Bethany House Publishers, Oct. 2016 | ebook, 130 pages

This ebook is currently free on Amazon and other platforms – grab a copy and give it a go (I did!) 😀