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- Print Length: 248 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (March 13, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 13, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079YT98XK
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Twisted and Tied (Marshals Book 4) Kindle Edition
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This one starts with Miro following his boss Sam Kage. Kage was chasing a person who left the building that was being searched. Kage at one time was a Chicago cop but Miro knows Kage shouldn't be chasing a bad guy. That's Miro and his fellow Marshals job. The only thing Miro could do was follow Kage, protect him, though Kage would have LHAO if anyone told him he needed protecting. But, SOP is SOP. At 6'4" Kage can really run. He's a guy who's loaded with muscles yet Miro has all he can do to keep even close to him. Of course all his teammates are yelling instructions over the radio and Miro barely has breath to keep going never mind answering their ridiculous comments.
Kage ended up diving off a roof, an action that has Miro slamming on his brakes. Kage ends up on a narrow ledge after he leaped off and grabbed the fleeing suspect. Kage threw the guy up to Miro who grabbed him. Turned out to be Kevin Gannon which was why Kage took off after him.
Miro's team of Ching, Becker, Ryan, Dorsey, Doyle, a Doyle who is Miro's husband, Kohn, Sharpe and White have served together for years. All are good friends and people to be counted on.
Things are about to change for this team in a big way. Kage will be promoting and transferring new Marshals. Miro and Ian's world are about to be turned upside down.
So begins another fine read by Calmes. The Marshal's are my favorite series that Calmes writes.
This one has Miro, Ian, Kage, Miro's teammates, an Ian who really doesn't like Miro's new job, a Miro who is much better at this new job than he was as a door kicker, an Ian who is also promoted to a job he's perfectly capable of doing, promotions for Becker, Ching, Kohn and the addition of Marshals that Miro met when he was in Las Vegas, another crime scene credited to Hartley, a Miro who takes one look and knows this one wasn't Hartley's doing, an FBI profiler named Kelson who is more than he appears to be, a crisis among Miro's Girls and Miro Jones and Ian Doyle doing their best to figure it all out, do their jobs, survive and stay alive.
Five Stars and then some. Waiting for number five.
I really enjoyed this one. I thought Mary did a great job of finishing off Miro and Ian’s arc as this was the best book by far for me.
I liked the fact that both Miro and Ian while having different opinions on circumstances both took the time after going back and forth to see the situation from the others perspective. Ian at times still annoyed me, but only because his objections while coming from a good place still kind of felt a bit selfish, like he just though that Miro would follow him wherever he went.
Sam Kage - I love seeing him through the eyes of his Marshall’s. the man is diabolical and always five steps ahead of everyone else, thankfully he is on the side of the good. He knows his guys and he puts them in situations that allow them to really shine. I did get confused with who and what when they all got new jobs, it I’ll work it out in the next book.
I liked the resolution of the Craig Hartley storyline. He’s been Miro’s boogie man throughout the series and could have been a one dimensional character but their relationship had many different facets and I thought the aftermath and Miro’s reactions were well portrayed.
I enjoy all the cameos from the characters from different series and I enjoy seeing how they all interconnect. The cameo at the end really made sense to me.
The only part that didn’t really make sense to me was the part with Janet and Cody. I understand that it showed everyone in Miro’s family all working together for the common goal, but I feel like that was already shown at the wedding and while it also gave the girls a chance to see Ian in a better light, I didn’t really think this was needed and it could have been shown in another way.
Looking forward to seeing things from Eli’s perspective in the next book
I don't want to believe that this will be the last book about Miro and Ian. It would feel like losing intimate friends. Side stories about some of the other delightful characters in this series would be more than welcome. This whole world of the Marshal's Service is intriguing and enlightening to say the least. To put a human face to the men and women who dedicate their lives to a government agency and it's mission was thought provoking and intensely interesting.
Mary Calmes is one hell of a talented writer. An immediate buy. I don't even have to know what the story is about before I'm buying it!
WELL DONE, Mary! Again. 😊
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