Melissa’s Review: The Redcastle Redemption by Derrolyn Anderson

The Redcastle Redemption (The Athena Effect #4)

The Redcastle Redemption (The Athena Effect #4)
written by Derrolyn Anderson
published by Derrolyn Anderson

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange  for an honest review.

Did I enjoy this book: 
It was just a little too convenient for my taste. Although I LOVED the first book in the series, I’ve become increasingly dissatisfied with the rest of it. Tidy plots are always a bit surreal (I mean, what are the chances you’d just happen to meet an online gaming pal IRL, and she just happens to be a hottie FBI agent AND the daughter of the one man that can save you and your family from the mob boss you accidentally annoyed?). I’m all for happy endings, but The Athena Effect books got progressively less plausible, and The Redcastle Redemption was just too contrived to be believable.


Would I recommend it: If you’ve come this far in the series you might as well keep reading.


About the book – from Goodreads: 
Things finally seem peaceful for Cali and Calvin, but the twins are still struggling with their new-found freedom. Layla senses that more trouble still lurks in her future, while Michael’s happiness is being crushed under the weight of a terrible secret.

When someone new discovers the girl’s special talents, he will stop at nothing to put them to use. The cousins must face their most brutal adversary yet, and everyone is forced to fight for both their lives and their loves.