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  1. says:

    A pediatric ICU nurse should be able to keep her own baby alive Morgan Adams didn't The loss cracked a rift between her and her husband Tyler and it's been widening ever since When kidney failure threatens her life and none of her loved ones are a donor match Morgan can hardly muster the will to care Her mom has other ideas though willing to go to her biological father for help if he'll give itThis book puts the Bloodline in the Trilogy because Morgan's father is none other than Dr Thomas Reeves also the father of Lilly Reeves the protagonist of the first book This time around he's trying to create super soldiers via brain surgery with covert approval from the Department of Defense Beyond photographic memory Reeves's neural graft blesses and curses his patients with flawless autobiographical recall a definite plus for any spy But some of these patients are strangely ill When Reeves won't divulge why three of them commandeer the PICU at gunpoint and threaten revenge on his daughter as well as her staff and her young patients This is Ms Redwood's best novel yet Her prose is at its cleanest despite too many similes which oddly I don't remember in the previous books Her author voice remains clinical and factual but the reader isn't pushed to arm's length here Also as usual an impressive amount of plot is jammed into this book The murder mystery and the scientific mystery and the medical cases everything is balanced so well This story is a bumpy ride for the characters but never for the reader as Redwood executes each twist with smooth skill And the pacing the pacing Stellar really The first half is a blur of buildup; the second deals with the hostage situation and yes I'd consider the hostages thing a spoiler except the publisher included it in the blurb In unskilled hands the second half could have draggged a bit but this author keeps tension high and not in a static way And just as I might have said I can't take any um peril the climax exploded then settled into a satisfying resolution for each character individually and the series as a wholeNow the characters I loved seeing them all again I expected of Keelyn and Lee but the book is brimming as it is and they showed up long enough to play vital roles and for me to smile at their presence Brett's perspective was unexpected and enjoyable Nathan's action moment in the climax was cheer worthy and perfect And of all the recurring characters in this series Lilly's arc is the most complete She truly changes from the first book to the last and the catalyst for that change is believable I'm also grateful to Ms Redwood for giving Nathan the closure he still needed at the end of Poison A Novel though I didn't see him as often as I wanted to but where would he have fit often with everything else going on?As for the new characters The loss of Morgan's child could have strayed into a cliche but instead she feels like a genuine fractured person Her motivations make sense as do those of Tyler and Dr Reeves and even the villains And how I loved Morgan's perception of the characters I already knew meeting and admiring Lilly talking to Nathan and Lee on the phone and mentally contrasting them Which brings me to point of view the ultimate make or break for any novel This one is Redwood's deepest yet showing us the world through the eyes and thoughts and even emotions of her charactersThe themes of the novel weave organically through the events This time around we're challenged to define a few elementals memory family duty guilt and humanness itself Thankfully Jordyn Redwood is still a believer in wrestling evil not whitewashing it She doesn't shy away from poking her reader's soft spots or ramming a hot poker into them At the end of Poison A Novel I hoped the author would give all her damaged people an honest non formulaic dose of healing She does I can say goodbye to everyone especially Nathan and Lilly I mean if I must knowing they'll be okay in time I can even imagine what's next in their lives together As a smart suspenseful hopeful daring work of Christian fiction I salute and recommend the Bloodline Trilogy


  2. says:

    Pediatric ICU nurse Morgan Adams is struggling to find the will to live after the unimaginable death of her daughter Her marriage to Dr Tyler Adams seems destined to failure as they struggle with the new reality of their family's situation Tyler in the meantime is becoming ever concerned about the special project that he is working on for Dr Thomas Reeves Dr Reeves is conducting a lucrative research project regarding implanting neural grafts into the brains of ex military volunteers in the uest to create combat troops with superior memory who can act in battles like a super soldier by enacting complex battle plans in any scenario However his research project goes awry when recipients of the graft begin suffering hallucinations and losing loss of their limbs even facing death In a desperate move to find out the truth of what they are experiencing 3 research recipients take the Pediatric clinic and Morgan hostage placing the lives of countless children and adults in perilJorydn Redwood has written a taut and absorbing read in Peril leaving me glued to the edge of my seat as I raced to see how everything would resolve Her pacing is spot on and scenes flowed effortlessly from one to the next as the readers are led ever closer to the gripping conclusion I greatly enjoyed getting to know the new and old characters in this book and I thought they were created with realism as they leaped off of the page Ethical uestions are expertly explored in the all too frightening scenario presented in the pages of this book and by the end of the novel I found myself hoping that in real life similar research projects are not underway Jordyn Redwood has proven that she is an author to keep an eye on both with Peril and with the prior books in the series I greatly enjoy her writing style and the way that she weaves suspense and uniue plots together to create an absorbing read Readers who enjoyed the first two books in the Bloodline Trilogy Series are going to be pleased with this final installment with the series I know I was I highly recommend this book and award it 5 out of 5 starsBook has been provided courtesy of the publisher and Kregel Blog Tour services for the purposes of this unbiased review


  3. says:

    I discovered Jordyn Redwood last year when I spied her first book in Sam's Club The cover first drew me in then the synopsis on the back cinched itShe writes so well and I love medical thrillers However her books aren't just medical thrillers She includes so much The inspiration in them is wonderful and a blessing to the readerThis one Peril is her best yet and boy is it great She hits the ground running and doesn't let up until the last page There is so much intense action and heartbreak that my own heart is pounding At one scene I felt as if someone had slammed into my chest the shock was so great My heart was truly and literally pounding I felt like I was thereMorgan Adams is a PICU nurse an unlikely place for her since her own infant died a few months earlier Morgan feels responsible for her daughter's death even though she's not and uite simply has no desire to stay in this world But things around her are happening to draw her into truly wondering if this is indeed the path she wants to tread downMurders underhanded medical experiments life altering operations horrible results fill this book Redwood causes the reader to think and dig deep into their own emotionsThe reader feels Morgan's pain her hearbreak her despair But underneath it all is the grace of God extending toward her loving her holding her even as she fights against a loving GodAn aside here I was going through a personal issue in my own Christian walk and in one paragraph the author reminded me that God is indeed in control and I can surrender anything to His loving hands PreciousDon't make the mistake of not reading this book In fact don't make the mistake of reading the two previous books in this series Poison and ProofThis reader will always grab a Jordyn Redwood book off the shelf not even reading the synopsis Her name on the book is enough to make that decision


  4. says:

    Can I say Bravo?I haven't given a book 5 stars in a while There have been many books I liked a lot but I try to save 5 star ratings for the exceptional ones The books that really make an impression Jordyn Redwood's Peril did that for meShe's written two very good books to precede Peril in the Bloodlines Trilogy Proof and Poison They were very enjoyable medical thrillers that kept a great pace and made for intriguing reads These books were uite good in their own right Peril takes it to a whole new level The pacing is frantic without sacrificing heart and characterization The twists keep coming again and again Each time I thought it couldn't get worse for the heroes Jordyn was happy to keep turning the screw on them The obstacles were realistic I'm in medicine as Jordyn is and she does a great job with using both medical and non medical complications to up the stakes Her writing has gotten stronger with each book Peril became that page turner that I hated to put down I carpool to work and wanted my colleague to drive around the block a few times this morning so I could finish I was that hookedThere are layers to appreciate if you've read the first two books like I have but Peril would stand on its own uite well without that I'd recommend the whole Bloodline trilogy for the full experience but Peril stands out and establishes Jordyn as a talent to watch in suspense from now on


  5. says:

    From the first chapter I did not want to put “Peril” down Did Not And I was forced to times than naught Let me tell you it’s no fun leaving your lunch break to head back to something so mundane as work when the main character is dangling out the side of a buildingliterallyI’m one of those suspense readers that wants to be freaked out If I’m going to read a genre that I don’t normally consume on a daily basis I kind of want to be jittery on the edge of my seat or under the covers for what happens next I probably should read the book back through slower this time since the first time I was speed reading to find out what would happen nextAt first I wasn’t really sure about the many story lines I wasn’t sure when we’d get back to that murderer and giving him his dues but I being the faithful reader than I am kept going and have to saythat ending is totally worth it I certainly would not recommend reading this book during any kind of deadline it’s not good for the health and sanity of the person holding the deadline over your head wink The characters are great and the storyline even better The writing is only getting tighter with each new title 100% recommendedThis review is my honest opinion Thanks to the publishers for my copy to review


  6. says:

    How do you do it Jordyn? Confessing my sin Envy over your ability to hold people on the edge of their seats without letting them fall off Five thumbs firmly up on this adrenalin inducing novel the third in the Bloodlines TrilogyWhile carrying their baby Morgan Adams contracted HELLP a late pregnancy deadly disease that destroys the kidneys Now she needs a transplant and has to have dialysis every other day She continues to work as a pediatrics nurse because they need the money To make matters much much worse she battles grief and guilt over the death of their precious baby girlHer husband is transplant surgeon Dr Tyler Adams anxious over his wife's debilitating depression is also wondering if he and his boss Dr Thomas Reeves should abandon the contract they have with the army to create infallible memories in their men because other memories begin to plague their patients


  7. says:

    With a stellar cast of characters many from her previous books in the bloodline trilogy Redwood delivers a high impact and emotional story The subject matter is deep and raises some interesting uestions but like her other books she handles it with just the right blend of wit and dark humor Buckle up From page one Redwood gripped me by the throat and took me on a thrill ride that twisted turned and corkscrewed before bringing me to a satisfying end Her expertise in the medical field gives authenticity to the read and kept me intrigued and engrossed If you enjoy fast paced suspense characters that you can identify with and a rising body count Peril is a perfect read for youWhile you will want to read her first two books in the trilogy Proof and Poison Peril can be read as a standalone without any confusion I can't wait to read what she comes up with next


  8. says:

    I received this book off of Goodreads First Reads I absolutely loved it The book held onto my attention from start to finish The author is obviously very talented It was exciting beyond interesting and intriguing a very uniue plot to make it stand out amongst most books I've read and had enough twists and turns to the well put together storyline to keep it a massive page turner This book is one of my new favorites I highly recommend it


  9. says:

    Morgan Adams a pediatric nurse feels like she can't bear to face life any With her infant daughter dead her kidneys failing and the horrors of the hospital confronting her everyday she doesn't see a point on holding on when everything died with her daughter She tries to hold on for her husband and tries to hold onto a faith that's crumbling around her Her faith isn't helped when her mother reveals a shocking secret that spins Morgan's life out of control and shakes her faith to the core Dr Tyler Adams Morgan's husband and a consultant for a medical trial is trying to move on from the death of their daughter but with his wife sick and unable to rejoin life Tyler can't seem to let go of their daughter There is one thin he does know though he's not letting Morgan go too The added stress of trying to keep Morgan alive and fighting on top of his duties as a doctor are starting to put pressure on not only himself but his marriage too making him wonder if they'll even make it When a rogue soldier from Tyler's medical trials comes after Morgan she's almost grateful until the people she loves are put in danger Now Morgan must make a decision fight for her life or give into the sweet relief death will bring Tyler must decide whether he's going to let God hold Morgan or if he's going to hold too tight an possibly lose her Their past present and future are put to the test and they must decide which path they're going to take Jordyn Redwood became a favorite for me with her last novel but this one definitely made her rise through the ranks and has easily become my favorite medical fiction author ever Her experience in critical care and emergency nursing and passion for what she does flows onto the pages and gets me excited about my chosen career path I love finding out what else she's come up with and can't wait to see what else she's going to bring me next This is one of the few suspense novels that I've read with no discernible romance but I didn't miss it because Morgan and Tyler's shaky relationship is put to the test throughout the book and I loved seeing each character grow and decide what they wanted Because of that I got to see a marriage healed which in this case might've been better than an actual romance After all after the romance comes the marriage and I liked the realistic portrayal of marriage and the image that with God any marriage can succeed The topic of this book is one that I love which is a bit odd because usually I hate medical suspenses I don't fully know why I love these than others maybe it's the fact that these suspenses use some obscure or unbelievable medical phenomena to sculpt them or maybe it's the fact that there's always some awesome nursing and medical scenarios that excite my desire even to be a nurse All I know is that Jordyn Redwood has created an amazing trilogy of suspense novels that are thrilling yet teach medical terms and even some safety along the way I loved this book Having never had a child let alone lost one makes it a bit hard to relate to what Morgan and her husband are going through however I think the author did an amazing job portraying the sadness and despair that this couple's going through and made it a lot easier for me to feel their pain The character development is great and I truly enjoyed watching Morgan make a decision to live and fight or give in and see her daughter again I also enjoyed watching Morgan realize how much pain losing her would cause her husband I think this author hit out of the park on this one Jordyn Redwood has become a favorite and has easily skyrocketed to the top of a very long list I loved this book about a nurse and would love to see of her expertise showcased She created a believably heart wrenching medical suspense that will stick with me forever This book paints a uniue picture of infant stem cell research and abortion and because of that it made a huge impact with me I highly recommend this book Overall I loved this book This book is perfect for lovers of medical suspenses and those who like books about strange occurrences in the medical world This book is best left to the adults I give this book a five out of five I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review All opinions expressed are my own


  10. says:

    I just finished reading Peril by Jordyn Redwood and as much as I loved Proof and Poison the first two in The Bloodline Trilogy Peril surpassed them both From the very first chapter I was hooked Ms Redwood’s writing is so realistic I felt as though I was watching a movie from the first chapter until I closed the book when I finished I could see hear taste and smell the action suspense emotions and feelings of not only the main characters Morgan and Tyler Adams but the secondary characters as well I loved how she continued the storyline of some of my favorites like Nathan and Lilly as well as Keelyn and Lee from the first two books while introducing a whole new set of circumstances that created the level of suspense Ms Redwood is famous for in her first two books I also loved how she doesn’t create “cookie cutter” characters Some of the characters are downright evil just like in real life It’s not a fairytale world where these people live; yet I find myself still wanting to live there with them I’m not sure if it was because the theme of this book was nearer to my heart than the first two since it dealt with children but I cried intermittently from the beginning all the way throughout It made me want to hug my children tighter not take little moments for granted and be thankful for the blessings I have Ms Redwood pulled me into the story so deeply that I actually started contemplating whether or not I should earn a degree in nursing so I could work alongside Morgan in the PICU checking vitals grasping fingers of little ones to comfort them or lovingly making sweet babies comfortable However by the end of the book I realized as I already knew but had forgotten it takes a very special personality to be able to handle the difficulties nurses face on a daily basis and I’m not sure I have that capability However for the length of time I read the book I was transported into that world and enjoyed every single minute In the gifted way Ms Redwood has of researching the themes of her books so thoroughly she has me excited to learn about memories and how the brain processes them Without ruining the storyline for you I’m now curious about issues and topics I’d never even thought about before or even realized existed and can’t wait to delve deeper Just as the message of God’s love was so adeuately explained in Poison and still resonates with me the message of the sanctity of life resonates with me through Peril In addition Ms Redwood introduces the message of hope through trusting God letting go of control and allowing Him to “catch you when you fall” He’s strong enough not only to keep you safe but bring you out victorious on the other end As she is so good at there was no preachingjust a warmth of those words wrapped around the reader as if wearing a comfy blanket I realize this is the last of the trilogy and that makes me sad I want to continue to “do life” with these wonderful realistic people I want to discover about Brett Nathan’s partner and Lilly’s father Dr Reeves I felt like I bonded with Drew the paramedic and want to hear about his background and what made him the man he is today I can’t wait for the next series Ms Redwood writes as I’m a huge fan I’m positive whatever journey she decides to take us on next will be full of adventure and suspense and informative topics like body language assessment all interwoven with a strong spiritual element that is realistic and down to earth helping us travel on our own faith journey I’ve already told two people how wonderful the book is and I just finished reading it last night I can’t wait to tell many what a wonderful author Ms Redwood is and that the whole Bloodline Trilogy is a must read


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S of genetically altered brain cells with enhanced NMDA receptors The results are remarkable until the recipients begin suffering hallucinations nightmares paralysis and death Dr Reeves searches for answers but DOD insiders want him to stop the searchThe situation becomes public when pediatric ICU nurse Morgan Adams Dr Reeves’s daughter is taken hostage by three research subjects in an atte. How do you do it Jordyn Confessing my sin Envy over your ability to hold people on the edge of their seats without letting them fall off Five thumbs firmly up on this adrenalin inducing novel the third in the Bloodlines TrilogyWhile carrying their baby Morgan Adams contracted HELLP a late pregnancy deadly disease that destroys the kidneys Now she needs a transplant and has to have dialysis every other day She continues to work as a pediatrics nurse because they need the money To make matters much much worse she battles grief and guilt over the death of their precious baby girlHer husband is transplant surgeon Dr Tyler Adams anxious over his wife's debilitating depression is also wondering if he and his boss Dr Thomas Reeves should abandon the contract they have with the army to create infallible memories in their men because other memories begin to plague their patients Mirrored Heavens insiders want him to stop the searchThe situation becomes public when pediatric ICU nurse Morgan Adams Dr Reeves’s daughter A Drop Around the World is taken hostage by three research subjects Holiness in an atte. How do you do Step by Step it Jordyn Confessing my sin Envy over your ability to hold people on the edge of their seats without letting them fall off Five thumbs firmly up on this adrenalin Oswald Mathias Ungers inducing novel the third Afghan Guerrilla Warfare: In the Words of the Mjuahideen Fighters (Zenith Military Classics) in the Bloodlines TrilogyWhile carrying their baby Morgan Adams contracted HELLP a late pregnancy deadly disease that destroys the kidneys Now she needs a transplant and has to have dialysis every other day She continues to work as a pediatrics nurse because they need the money To make matters much much worse she battles grief and guilt over the death of their precious baby girlHer husband Pontius Pilate, Saint Ronan of Brittany, Th�ophile: Three Plays in Verse (Classic Reprint) is transplant surgeon Dr Tyler Adams anxious over his wife's debilitating depression Black Friday (Maggie ODell, is also wondering Madrid if he and his boss Dr Thomas Reeves should abandon the contract they have with the army to create Das Urantia Buch infallible memories Zoo in their men because other memories begin to plague their patients

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Mpt to force Dr Reeves into disclosing why they are sick If answers aren’t revealed within twenty four hours patients in the pediatric ICU will be killedThis spine tingling conclusion to the Bloodline Trilogy raises spiritual and ethical dilemmas torn directly out of today’s headlines When does life begin How far does commitment to family go And can the sins of the father ever be forgiven. With a stellar cast of characters many from her previous books in the bloodline trilogy Redwood delivers a high impact and emotional story The subject matter is deep and raises some interesting uestions but like her other books she handles it with just the right blend of wit and dark humor Buckle up From page one Redwood gripped me by the throat and took me on a thrill ride that twisted turned and corkscrewed before bringing me to a satisfying end Her expertise in the medical field gives authenticity to the read and kept me intrigued and engrossed If you enjoy fast paced suspense characters that you can identify with and a rising body count Peril is a perfect read for youWhile you will want to read her first two books in the trilogy Proof and Poison Peril can be read as a standalone without any confusion I can't wait to read what she comes up with next A Drop Around the World into disclosing why they are sick If answers aren’t revealed within twenty four hours patients Holiness in the pediatric ICU will be killedThis spine tingling conclusion to the Bloodline Trilogy raises spiritual and ethical dilemmas torn directly out of today’s headlines When does life begin How far does commitment to family go And can the sins of the father ever be forgiven. With a stellar cast of characters many from her previous books Step by Step in the bloodline trilogy Redwood delivers a high Oswald Mathias Ungers impact and emotional story The subject matter Afghan Guerrilla Warfare: In the Words of the Mjuahideen Fighters (Zenith Military Classics) is deep and raises some Pontius Pilate, Saint Ronan of Brittany, Th�ophile: Three Plays in Verse (Classic Reprint) interesting uestions but like her other books she handles Black Friday (Maggie ODell, it with just the right blend of wit and dark humor Buckle up From page one Redwood gripped me by the throat and took me on a thrill ride that twisted turned and corkscrewed before bringing me to a satisfying end Her expertise Madrid in the medical field gives authenticity to the read and kept me Das Urantia Buch intrigued and engrossed If you enjoy fast paced suspense characters that you can Zoo identify with and a rising body count Peril Singapore & Penang Street Food: Cooking & Travelling in Singapore and Malasia is a perfect read for youWhile you will want to read her first two books The Web and The Wing in the trilogy Proof and Poison Peril can be read as a standalone without any confusion I can't wait to read what she comes up with next

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Dr Thomas Reeves is at the pinnacle of his career The Department of Defense has awarded him a lucrative contract for his new research into superior autobiographical memory which promises the ability to create combat troops able to uickly learn complex battle plans and enact them perfectly under the most demanding battlefield scenariosAn elite unit has received neural grafts from fetal cadaver. A pediatric ICU nurse should be able to keep her own baby alive Morgan Adams didn't The loss cracked a rift between her and her husband Tyler and it's been widening ever since When kidney failure threatens her life and none of her loved ones are a donor match Morgan can hardly muster the will to care Her mom has other ideas though willing to go to her biological father for help if he'll give itThis book puts the Bloodline in the Trilogy because Morgan's father is none other than Dr Thomas Reeves also the father of Lilly Reeves the protagonist of the first book This time around he's trying to create super soldiers via brain surgery with covert approval from the Department of Defense Beyond photographic memory Reeves's neural graft blesses and curses his patients with flawless autobiographical recall a definite plus for any spy But some of these patients are strangely ill When Reeves won't divulge why three of them commandeer the PICU at gunpoint and threaten revenge on his daughter as well as her staff and her young patients This is Ms Redwood's best novel yet Her prose is at its cleanest despite too many similes which oddly I don't remember in the previous books Her author voice remains clinical and factual but the reader isn't pushed to arm's length here Also as usual an impressive amount of plot is jammed into this book The murder mystery and the scientific mystery and the medical cases everything is balanced so well This story is a bumpy ride for the characters but never for the reader as Redwood executes each twist with smooth skill And the pacing the pacing Stellar really The first half is a blur of buildup; the second deals with the hostage situation and yes I'd consider the hostages thing a spoiler except the publisher included it in the blurb In unskilled hands the second half could have draggged a bit but this author keeps tension high and not in a static way And just as I might have said I can't take any um peril the climax exploded then settled into a satisfying resolution for each character individually and the series as a wholeNow the characters I loved seeing them all again I expected of Keelyn and Lee but the book is brimming as it is and they showed up long enough to play vital roles and for me to smile at their presence Brett's perspective was unexpected and enjoyable Nathan's action moment in the climax was cheer worthy and perfect And of all the recurring characters in this series Lilly's arc is the most complete She truly changes from the first book to the last and the catalyst for that change is believable I'm also grateful to Ms Redwood for giving Nathan the closure he still needed at the end of Poison A Novel though I didn't see him as often as I wanted to but where would he have fit often with everything else going onAs for the new characters The loss of Morgan's child could have strayed into a cliche but instead she feels like a genuine fractured person Her motivations make sense as do those of Tyler and Dr Reeves and even the villains And how I loved Morgan's perception of the characters I already knew meeting and admiring Lilly talking to Nathan and Lee on the phone and mentally contrasting them Which brings me to point of view the ultimate make or break for any novel This one is Redwood's deepest yet showing us the world through the eyes and thoughts and even emotions of her charactersThe themes of the novel weave organically through the events This time around we're challenged to define a few elementals memory family duty guilt and humanness itself Thankfully Jordyn Redwood is still a believer in wrestling evil not whitewashing it She doesn't shy away from poking her reader's soft spots or ramming a hot poker into them At the end of Poison A Novel I hoped the author would give all her damaged people an honest non formulaic dose of healing She does I can say goodbye to everyone especially Nathan and Lilly I mean if I must knowing they'll be okay in time I can even imagine what's next in their lives together As a smart suspenseful hopeful daring work of Christian fiction I salute and recommend the Bloodline Trilogy