Review: Blood Oath by Sabrina Rawson

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Blood Oath (An Eagle Operatives Novel)

Author: Sabrina Rawson

Publisher: Titan InKorp

Released: March 6, 2015







What it’s about:

PTSD weighed heavily on Collin and his team. They were ready to retire after they complete one last mission until he met Madeline.  He believed she was the one person he could have his happily ever after with. Madeline was willing to let life happen for the first time and he was the man she wanted to share it with. Real life situations from human trafficking to arms deals are part of this book. This story is about not giving up on life. Doing all things impossible to survive one more day.

*Contains violence and sexual content*

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☆☆➹⁀☆☆ 3.5 stars☆➹⁀☆☆


Blood Oath by Sabrina Rawson is an action-packed military romance. Once Rawson’s characters are introduced and the premise is set-up, this tale of illegal arms deals, human trafficking and instant-love is a rapid-fire page-turner.

When Madeline and her good friend, Shelly, head off to Mexico for their very first travel adventure, their only plans are to have a good time and give fate the reigns to their hearts and happiness. These two inexperienced travelers make all sorts of novice mistakes, but the one thing they do right is meet Collin and his team. Collin and his band of lethal, devoted men are handsome, muscly, and ethical (a bit horny as well). Unfortunately, Collin’s crew is not in Mexico for a vacation; Eagle Operation is on its last mission.

I enjoyed the voice of this author. She has created relatable, charismatic protagonists and despicable antagonists.   Blood Oath is realistic fiction that is based on current travesties in the world. The narrative is detailed and descriptive without slowing the pace of the story. This easy-to-digest book can be finished in one sitting. Some scenes and situations are hard to read, but overall the message of love, family and inner strength prevails.

Blood oath has a good premise, interesting characters, and it is clearly well researched. My one problem with the story is the instant love; I’m not a fan of love-at-first-sight and undying devotion after two days of acquaintance. One-half point off for “insta-love” making Blood Oath a 3.5 star read for me. Other than that, Rawson’s talent and dedication to her craft are obvious; she is an author to watch!

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About the author:  Sabrina is a cancer survivor who has published works with Survivor’s Review, Redwood Writers Monthly Newsletter and Titan InKorp Online eMag. She has published two novels within a New Adult Urban Fantasy series called A Novel of four Realms as well as Contemporary Romance Suspense Novel series called An Eagle Operatives Novel. Sabrina enjoys life in rural Sebastopol happily married to a wonderful supportive husband along with her five children. You can always find her reading a book, doing homework as a full time student at her local college or cooking a meal awaiting for the arrival of her first grandchild.

Connect with Sabrina: Facebook | Twitter

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