The cowboy versus biker scenario in LETHAL RANGE was like something out of the Hatfield vs. the McCoys—and Redd was crazy enough to be on a team of one. There were times when I could not read fast enough, especially all scenes regarding Little Matty—what a way to suck someone into the story. I must hand it to the author for not giving the hero an easy win. In fact, things were looking grim for Redd while facing off with the Infidels at his home.
A few points of view could be consolidated, with some of the others that were also sparse. Such as, the blonde special agent could have been condensed into Gavin’s POV. Although, I felt sorry for Bobbie Sue very quickly, which is testimony to how the author creates compelling secondary characters.
The story continued to ramp, and I was left with an action-packed, exciting climax.
Thank you, NetGalley and the publisher, for giving me an ARC copy of this book to read and review. All of these thoughts and comments are my own.