Review: Edge of Retribution by Jacob Chance

Edge of Retribution by Jacob Chance
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A Romantic Thriller Standalone.

Landing my dream job has me eagerly looking toward the future. But when I see Nash Garrison after six long years, my world is thrown completely off its axis.

He was my only friend and confidant during the worst days of my life, and I fell hopelessly in love with him. No eighteen year old girl could resist his protective nature and charming grin. I was no exception.

Now, together, we’re about to bring down the man responsible for my parents’ deaths. Revenge has been the driving force fueling every decision I’ve ever made - except for Nash.

What is it about him that sends the most rational parts of my brain into a tailspin? And how do I balance on the edge of retribution without tumbling into heartbreak once more?


Jacob Chance has crafted a novel that grips you from page one. It takes you on a wild ride and keeps you glued to your kindle or book. Filled with suspense, intrigue, sex, and a wild crazy romance. Chance has created a world that you want to crawl into and stay.

Zoe’s life is totally upended by the murder of her parents and the protection detail put on her until their murderers are brought to justice. In walks one of the agents on her protective detail, Nash. Their relationship changes everything. He becomes her only real ally in her new world. Their bond grows as time progresses.

I sometimes hate having to review really good books because I do NOT want to tell all the aspects of this book, because then you can’t fall for Nash and Zoe like I have.

I loved seeing Zoe become stronger in mind, body and soul. She was always had a scrappy attitude but watching her take control over her life when it was in a tailspin, was inspiring. The relationship that blossoms between Zoe and Nash was beautiful to watch.

Edge of Retribution is a beautiful love story but it is also a story of finding yourself stronger for the situations that your journey in life has brought.

Posted June 4, 2018 by Riley in Authors, Book Reviews, New Indie, New Release, Survivor / 0 Comments

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