Deliverance by Olivia Black

ecm-ob-fpa-deliverance3150902_0415Title: Deliverance
Series: Federal Paranormal Agency, #5
Author: Olivia Black
Genre: Paranormal/ Shape-shifter/ Contemporary
Length: Novella (100 Pages)
Publisher: Siren/Bookstrand Publishing (September 14, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: You have to be the best to go to war with the worst.

That’s the motto the agents of the Federal Paranormal Agency live by. They train hard to hunt down those that go rogue, enforcing the laws set down through the ages. They deliver justice to those that break the laws and save the innocent. They are the enforcers of the paranormal world.

Ian Nicholson is an owl shifter and an agent with the Federal Paranormal Agency. When a VIP is kidnapped on foreign soil, Ian volunteers for the case. He soon finds out that the kidnap victim is the son of a prominent senator. Now, the clock is ticking.

Winston Grom has been a humanitarian doctor in Somalia for the past few years. When rebels attack the surrounding area, a battle ensues, and Winston is taken by force. He’s ordered to save rebel lives or forfeit his own. Working hard, without proper medical equipment, Winston does the best he can only to fail in the end.

Bloody and broken, Winston waits for death.

ISBN: 978-1-62300-978-6

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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the Federal Paranormal Agency collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. There is nothing better than a good paranormal romance with two gorgeous men involved.

There is something about the way that Olivia Black tells a story that will not only draw you in and keep your attention the whole time but it will have you in tears at some part. Olivia has always been one of my favorite authors. There is just something about her characters, story and the way they mix with each other. With these stories it gives you a mate that has at some point been hurt. The alpha of the pair feels so much for his mate, he will do everything to protect his mate and keep him safe.

Winston’s mother had been killed in a car accident when he was a child, and he didn’t really get over it. He loved his father and knew his father loved him, but they were always at odds. To be rebellious he became a doctor then went into foreign countries to save those who had no help. He became a doctor with Doctors without Borders.

In Somalia the dangers were very real. Doctors were killed or kidnapped, patients shot, threats against all yet Winston stayed to help. Then the dangers were at him. Kidnapped, beaten, forced to work on soldiers he felt without hope. He was close to dying, when the sweetest angel came for him. It seems he was the mate of a FPA agent.

Ian had taken one look at Winston’s photo and knew there was something pulling at him. It wasn’t until he found him that he knew this gorgeous man was his mate. His mate was close to death, but once he found him he knew he would do everything to show him that he was safe.

There is something about this book that just draws you in and keeps you captivated. I loved the way the characters acted towards each other. I think that so far out of all the books these two are my favorite.

I would definitely recommend reading this book. Trust me it will keep you laughing, crying, loving and having fun.

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