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Ricochet: Friendly Fire by [Leigh, Heather C.]
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  • File Size: 779 KB
  • Print Length: 101 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Shelbyville; 1 edition (April 5, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 5, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00V0ZF94G
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I am kicking myself for not reading the Ricochet trilogy earlier. I turned down the first offer for an arc. I said yes this time to all three parts. I am so glad I did. I enjoyed the books so much. I also purchased the books in order to support the author. For part two to make sense you need to read Part One, Locked and Loaded. Quinn returns to Atlanta and doesn't know how to deal with Rick. Quinn has gotten her head together. She is stronger mentally. Rick on the other hand, has been a basket case with her gone. It was so bad that he was nearly pulled from the field. He doesn't know how to handle Quinn. I love watching a man struggle in a relationship. They dance around each other. Now it is Rick's time to disappears. It is Quinn's turn to bounce off the walls. They want each other, but our clueless how to get the the slow dance. Things are coming down when Quinn doesn't return from a meeting with the lawyer, Rick knows something is up. Frantic for answers, he finds her truck abandoned, her purse inside and the seat covered in blood. Mara thinks she knows who did it. Time for the boys to do what the boys do best--search and rescue. The story continues in Part Three, Extraction Point.
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This is the second book in this serial - you should read vol. 1 locked & loaded first, so you'll know what's going on.

We pick up with Rick devastated because Quinn left without a word and was gone for over a month. She's a little hurt that Rick is blowing her off now that she's back, but she knows she upset him and is surprised by how much. Nick had finally come to terms with his feelings for Quinn and then she left. He couldn't believe she left no explanation and didn't say goodbye. They finally make progress and talk, but Quinn still hasn't told him about her husband who abused her. She's trying to get a divorce and tells herself she's reveal everything to Rick then. Only she may be too late.

I'll admit, I'm a fortunate and blessed person because I have never had to deal with abuse in my life. I know it's out there and I have been lucky to have avoided it. I don't understand though why Quinn wouldn't tell Rick something, so he'd have an idea of why she's skittish. Another cliffhanger, but the conclusion was released today, so I'm gonna read it next.
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Rick and Quinn continue to try to find their way to each other in this installment. Quinn realizes that she hurt Rick by going away unannounced and being gone for 6 weeks. Rick is keeping his own secret and has to avoid Quinn so she doesn't question his injury or how it happened. After much dancing around each other, ignoring each other and overall childishness on both of their parts, they find themselves on the cusp of getting their acts together. The ending leaves you hanging and in desperate need of finding out what has happened. How Quinn was not suspicious of the phone call scheduling an unexpected meeting on a Sunday was a bit much for me to comprehend, especially in light of her fear of Travis. Guess I'll have to wait to see what happens.
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Friendly Fire is the second installment in the Ricochet serial by Heather C. Leigh. If you haven't read Locked & Loaded, you will need to read that before starting Friendly Fire. Each installment continues the story of Quinn and Rick, so make sure that you read these in order.

Friendly Fire picks up where Locked & Loaded left off with Quinn having left Rick and Sanctum MMA in order to take care of her father's estate. After finally getting her father's affairs in order, Quinn is ready to continue moving forward with her life. She is ready to get a divorce from her abusive husband, and begin repairing the damage that she cause to her friendship with Rick. But Rick isn't sure that he is willing to let Quinn back in after she left him without a word. Rick knows that Quinn is still keeping things from him, and he must decide if it is worth the risk to let her back in.

This installment was really about the growth of both Quinn and Rick. Quinn is finally taking back her life and moving towards her future. She is strong and fighting for the life she wants. She knows that she hurt Rick, and yet she also knows that she needed to work on some things with herself before they ever would have had a chance. I wish that she would have spoken to him before she just left, even if she wouldn't have given him the whole story. I think Rick had done a great job of being patient with her, knowing that she wasn't telling him everything. I think that Rick would have been more understanding to her leaving had she just told him that she needed to take care of some things. Rick was facing real feelings for the first time in his life, and he was struggling with how to deal with them.
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***A gifted copy was provided by the author for an honest review***

OMG! Part two picks up where part one left off. Quinn returns to Atlanta and to Rick. She is unsure of how to deal with everything and she is torn. She misses Rick-she has just had to deal with a loss in her life. Rick has been completely mental while she was gone, unable to function. He almost was pulled off from the field due to how he was acting. Quinn returns and they dance around each other trying to figure out where they stand in each other’s lives.

This time, Rick has to leave due to work. Quinn is inconsolable. She doesn’t know how to cope. She ends up finding out he was hurt and is convalescing at his friend, Dane’s home. Quinn is unsure how to get them back together as is Rick. They want to be back together but not sure how. With the help of Mara, they get that help and they slowly work toward being back together.
Quinn tells Rick she has to meet with the lawyer. When she doesn’t return, Rick goes insane and goes to Clint and Mara’s. Berserk, Rick goes looking for Quinn. He , along with Clint and Mara find Quinn’s truck without her, with her purse and its contents scattered and on the ground, there is a dark stain—which is Quinn’s blood. But no Quinn.

Fantastic Read, which keeps the reader entertained, with the emotional pulls , the mystery and the sudden twist in the end leaving you to wonder what happened and where is Quinn. I am soo needing to know everything. Love how the author makes you feel the characters’ emotions. Cant wait for Ricochet Part 3.

My rating: 5.0 stars *****
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