On His Six

On His Six

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Series: Away From Keyboard (#3)

Tropes: Grumpy Sunshine, Damaged Hero, Hacker Romance, Kidnapping, Found Family

Ryker

Give me a room full of armed hostiles and I know exactly what to do. But a head full of memories? There's no evasion plan for those. Sit rep: I let my team down and nearly got us all killed.

I’m no coward. But I’m going dark. Back to Boston to exorcise a demon. Instead, I run into a woman being chased by her own. A jade-eyed redhead as soft and tiny as I am hard and rough. With a mouth made for sass, the heart of a fighter—and a potentially deadly problem.

Wren

Ryker’s huge. Inked, scarred, and, at first glance, scary as all get out. Until I notice his mesmerizing, multi-colored eyes. He’s my last hope to prove my brother didn’t die of an overdose. My hacking skills only go so far, and good fudging luck finding anyone else insane enough to take on the Russian mob.

Danger throws gas on the sparks between us. But Russian drug lords don’t take betrayal lightly. And to bring down this monster, Ry will have to unleash his own.

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All books in the Away From Keyboard series are standalones, but past characters make appearances in later books!

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Sevilen

Audiobook Review:

I so thoroughly enjoyed hearing how Aiden Snow and Grace Grant brought their voices and vitality to the surface. I got utterly lost in hearing Ry struggle with his connections to their people - his family - around him, and Wren as she found the strength to heal and overcome the demons brought on her.

Also, I have to note that Grace Grant just blows me away with her ability to don accents without skipping a beat. Her and Aiden Snow (who could read me anything and I'd die happy) are both the standard I now hold all other narrators to, without question.

This is absolutely a book that I'll listen to time and time again.

Original Review:

I wasn't aware that this was part of a larger series until after I finished the book, so it can easily be read as standalone. This was the first book I read from this author, and definitely not the last. I was drawn in by the way she describes the shattered relationships of our characters - how Ry is unable to confide in the team he feels he let down, how Wren is unable to reconcile the thought of a broken promise to her lost brother, how broken people can find beauty in learning to be themselves.

At no point did I feel that the story dragged on, it begins with Wren's missing brother and quickly delves into searching for him and the dark, twisted world he got caught up in. The give-and-take we see as Wren and Ry navigate the search and themselves makes for a suspenseful yet satisfying romance. This is definitely well worth the read.

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Ashley 0214
Ryker

Ryker is one behemoth of a man. Yet he is caring and confident and will go out his way to help those in need even though he must face down his own fears.

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Charmaine Pennington
Ryker and Wren complete each other!

On His Six has a complex story that I did not anticipate. It’s more than just a suspense/romance plot. The characters within their small circle are connecting as the relationships and individuals are healing from their traumas, past and present.

Ryker is a broken warrior who works hard to be unconnected to people, yet his actions and words affect so many. Watching him fall so deeply in love and open himself up even with his insecurities hooked me in. Wren totally gets Ryker. Her personal history has shaped her into an accepting person. She cares more about who others are on the inside than on the outside. There’s something satisfying about watching two broken people come together and heal through their love.

There was depth of emotion, conflict, and honesty in each character's development. Wren’s made-up version of swearing is absolutely hilarious. Writing a boxing scene between two broken former soldiers, one of them blind, was a brilliant idea.

This is my second Patricia Eddy book. I enjoyed the first book, but this one blew me away. She doesn’t hold back when she explores the truth of the characters' experiences. I’m eager to read the rest of the Away From Keyboard series.