Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Star of Wonder by J. Gunnar Grey

Urban Fantasy Christmas Adventure

My first Christmas-themed read of the season is a NATO Rapid Response Team thriller by J. Gunnar Grey.

Star of Wonder (NATO Rapid Response Team) (Volume 2)
by J. Gunnar Grey

Paperback: 130 pages
Publisher: Dingbat Publishing; 1 edition (October 19, 2014)
ISBN: 978-1940520223
Kindle: 474 KB

Free copy received in exchange for an honest review
Available in Paperback and Kindle on Amazon

An Urban Fantasy Christmas Adventure

It's Christmas Eve in Houston and Captain Kenneth "Kennie" Rutland, USMA, is definitely not in the Christmas spirit. He's an engineer by training, and a member of an elite NATO Rapid Response Team, and lately he's been getting burned out by being little more than a hired gun. Going out on a run to shake off the crankiness, he gets the feeling someone is watching him. So he looks around and there's a horse looking at him. A horse no one else seems to notice. He looks away, looks back and now there is a drop-dead gorgeous woman staring at him. That no one else seems to see.  That's just the start of a very odd Christmas Eve for Kennie.  There's magic, danger, warriors, werewolves, evil, a damsel in distress, a hint of romance, and a wonderful rediscovery of the Holiest Night of the year.

This is a charming urban fantasy adventure to get you in the mood for Christmas. The writing is confident, the characters are likeable, and the action is exciting without being overly graphic. I would classify it as a clean read.

In the Kindle version, there is a free sample chapter of the first book in this series, Shakedown.

I look forward to reading more books by  J. Gunnar Grey.

The two books in this series are:

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