Hard Charger: A Kirkus Featured Review


Kirkus is not easy to please, but they liked Hard Charger:

“Fobes’ novel is a pleasingly diverse mix: a decorated soldier with a father void and a thing for the woman who affects
him like no other; a resurrected town shackled by nasty Russians; and a secret society in need of a new recruit. The story moves quickly and has a couple of unexpected twists as well as a violent pair of goons with the gift of gab. Dubbed Ugly and Uglier by Jake, they effectively place him back in the battlefield.”

Read the online review here

Read the magazine review here

The Kirkus review for HARD CHARGER was selected by Kirkus’s Indie Editors to be featured [for free] in Kirkus Reviews 2/1 Issue.

Very exciting!

The review appears as one of the 20 reviews in the Indie section of the magazine which is sent out to over 5,000 industry professionals (librarians, publishers, agents, etc.)

Less than 10% of Kirkus’s Indie reviews are chosen for this, so it’s a great honor.

Thanks, Kirkus Reviews. 🙂


2 responses to “Hard Charger: A Kirkus Featured Review

  1. Please tell me we’re going to see more of Jake and Sophia. I’m glad they got together but I feel like the series isn’t finished yet. I love the book and can’t wait to read more.

    • hi tonnie, yes, i know that the town is still in dire straits despite the fact that Jake and Sophia have had their HEA 🙂 so in the next story, you’ll find out what happens to Alex, and in it, you’ll see Jake and Sophia as a happily married couple, with a love that’s very strong. thank you for reading the story and i’m thrilled that you enjoyed it!


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