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by Ronie Kendig

Wolfsbane (Discarded Heroes, Book 3) download ebook
Ronie Kendig
Barbour Publishing, Inc.; Discarded Heroes edition (July 1, 2011)
352 pages
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Wolfsbane is the third book in the Discarded Heroes series. The first two are Nightshade and Digitalis.

Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Wolfsbane is the third book in the Discarded Heroes series. After this book is a fourth called Firethorn.

A 2012 Christy Award Winner

A 2012 Christy Award Winner. Embark upon a danger-laden mission within. In Book 3 of the Discarded Heroes Series, author Ronie Kendig explores the many lives of a lie, and shows in graphic detail Satan’s two most feared tactics: deception and destruction. Danielle Roark, an Army Corps of Engineers demolitions expert, is the only survivor of a failed mission. Title: WOLFSBANE Author: Ronie Kendig Publisher: Barbour Books July 2011 ISBN: 978-1-60260-784-2 Genre: spense. What are your dirty little secrets? and how do they impact the world in which you live?

Other books by ronie kendig. This book is a work of fiction.

Other books by ronie kendig. Print ISBN 978-1-60260-785-9. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or used fictitiously. Any similarity to actual people, organizations, and/or events is purely coincidental.

Book three in the Discarded Heroes series can pretty much stand alone. Heart-pounding suspense and adrenaline-pumping action keeps the reader pinned to the edge of the chair

Book three in the Discarded Heroes series can pretty much stand alone. Heart-pounding suspense and adrenaline-pumping action keeps the reader pinned to the edge of the chair. The first two books in the Discarded Heroes series, Nightshade and Digitalis, are excellent. Wolfsbane is no different. This is Ronie Kendig at her best with action, intrigue, romance and excitement on every page.

Book three in the Discarded Heroes series can pretty much stand alone In Wolfsbane, Ronie Kendig has crafted a story of brokenness and healing

Book three in the Discarded Heroes series can pretty much stand alone. Romantic Times (Chandra McNeil). Ronie Kendig serves up a mix of machinegun-fast action, touching romance, and more twists than a coil of a detonator wire. In Wolfsbane, Ronie Kendig has crafted a story of brokenness and healing.

A lot had happened in the last few weeks. Whoever did this to the team, whoever took a bead on his friends-they’d pay for this. You can’t do this! the pier. He writhed as Griffin and Cowboy wrangled him. Say it again, Griffin said. Silence dropped on them. Had the Kid finally gotten some smarts? Then. I cannot tell a li. angers lead the way!. With Cowboy, he swung the Kid back and forth, sent him sailing into the air cursing and shouting. Movement on the sand lured his mind from the past.

Canyon’s life has been anything but gold even though his teammates called him Midas.

A 2012 Christy Award Winner.  Embark upon a danger-laden mission within the pages of Ronie Kendig’s riveting Wolfsbane. Demolitions expert Danielle Roark thought escaping from a brutal Venezuelan general was a challenge. Now she’s charged with espionage and returned to the jungle where a new nightmare begins. Will Dani survive or become just another political pawn destined to be lost forever? Former Green Beret Canyon Metcalfe is disgusted with the suits on Capitol Hill. Still wrestling with the memories of a mission gone bad, he and Nightshade launch a mission to find Dani. Can Canyon rescue Dani, armed with nothing but raw courage?

  • Anarahuginn
Wow, what an intense, action packed ride! I had to stay up way too late last night to finish, what I believe to be Kendig's best novel yet! Man are her characters believable! Reading this novel, felt like sitting through a movie on the edge of my seat most of the time.

Let's go beyond the well fleshed out characters, the suspenseful plot; this story had heart to it. Kendig shows us pieces of ourselves and of life, and they are not all puppies and roses. There are hard things we face in this life, at times evil seems to have the upper hand but we must remember God is with us, God is for us. Do we trust Him? Are we willing to surrender all to Him and let Him work things out? Many times, if we are honest, we fail; we try to do things in our own strength and in our way. We are prideful. We are sinful.

This book is not your typical Christian fiction, there are some surprises packed in here. There is a message beneath all the suspense, the pain, the betrayals and sin. A message that is not preachy but real, honest and so well crafted that it grabs you. Yes, we live in a fallen world, and yes, all of us have sinned. The question is what do we do in response? Hopefully, there is repentance of our sin, a turning to God. Still, sin has consequences, some reaching beyond us and touching the lives of others. Do we also, take responsibility for our mistakes, do we try to make amends?

I applaud Kendig on a superbly written novel. I loved the realness of her characters. I loved the Metcalfe family... You could do a whole series on this family alone! (And I wish she would). Kendig hits all the bases with this one - mystery, suspense, action, romance, drama, faith and more; and she brings it all in for a home run! Fantastic
  • Jia
Wolfsbane is the third book in the Discarded Heroes series. The first two are Nightshade and Digitalis. After this book is a fourth called Firethorn.

Canyon Metcalfe has been trying to turn things around. Contrary to his called sign, Midas, it seems like everything he touches falls apart. He's taking the rap for a failed mission and is doing his best to keep his mouth shut. When a senator's daughter is saved by Canyon's brother, he meets a woman that catches his interest with her strength, but his brother has called dibs on her and uses Canyon's past to make him back off.

Dani has escaped from a man who raped her for months. She's brought back evidence that the government should be able to use against him. Instead, her loyalties are questioned and she might even be tried for treason! She sees a kindred spirit in Canyon, and when he finds her trying to harm herself, they share a secret that draws them closer together.

The only way to clear Dani's name is to take her back to Venezuela, where the monster lies in wait for her. Canyon is part of the team that vows to keep her safe, and he promises not to leave without her. Dani is drawn to Canyon, but he pulls back numerous times, and she's doesn't know why he doesn't pursue the electricity between them. She doesn't understand his past and how he's trying to make things up to his brother.

This was a pretty decent book, but it wasn't my favorite of the series. It might have been the rape aspect or maybe how far things go between Canyon and Dani. There was one time where I thought the scene was overly descriptive, but overall, Kendig does a great job telling a wonderful story. I'd give this book 3.5 stars. Still looking forward to reading Firethorn, the story of Legend. I still recommend reading these in order, but you could read this one alone.
  • Cobandis
Ronie Kendig is pure dynamite and her newest addition to the Discarded Heroes series, Wolfsbane, delivers non-stop, edge-of-your-seat action along with the timeless truths that God forgives, heals and restores the deepest wounds.

The story of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Demiltion Expert Danielle Roark and Former Green Beret Canyon Metcalfe, AKA Wolfsbane, has it all: Betrayal and Redemption; Secrets and Surprises; Mistakes and Forgiveness.

Danielle survives and escapes from a devastating captivity only to be forced to return and face her worst nightmare to prove her innocence. Canyon vows to protect her despite his own deep scars, but unsuspected forces are determined to bring them and the entire Nightshade team down no matter the cost.

I was reminded of King David as I read this story. King David was a man of war who had great victories, but knew the sting of betrayal. He was a man after God's own heart, but he still sinned and reaped the consequences. Ronie Kendig shows through Wolfsbane that although sin is damaging and has consequences that affect everyone around us for the rest of our lives, God can and will forgive us when we repent, and He is able to heal and restore what has been destroyed.

Wolfsbane's fast-paced action and gripping story line kept me constantly surprised by the unexpected twists and turns. Anything that can go wrong...Does! Mudslides, Murder, Mayhem...Will Danielle survive her return to this jungle nightmare? Will Canyon be able to keep his promise and overcome his past? Will Team Nightshade be able to survive the political firestorm? I urge you to find out! Get your copy of Wolfsbane ordered today. You won't regret it. Wolfsbane has a permanent home on my BookShelf!