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Tijan is a New York Times bestselling author who writes the suspenseful and the unpredictable novels. Her characters are strong, intense, and heartbreakingly real with a bit of cheekiness on the side. Tijan started writing later in life and when she started she was addicted to it. She is currently writing to her heart’s content in northern Minnesota with an English Cocker Spaniel that she adores.

BookThe Revenge
AuthorTijan
LanguageEnglish
Size1.9 MB
Pages391
CategoryMemoir

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The Revenge Book PDF download for free

The Revenge is the tight, offbeat, sexy and explosive conclusion to The Insiders trilogy from The New York Times and USA Today bestseller Tijan.

Bailey and Kash were used to be living in the shadows. Now they are made available to the public. Together they can do anything, but undeniable dangers and seemingly insurmountable challenges threaten the love and passion that binds them.

  1. Bailey is recovering from the greatest loss she has ever suffered.
  2. Enemies are getting closer.
  3. Even greater mysteries and twists are revealed.

Victory or defeat, it’s all at stake for Bailey and Kash.

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The Revenge, the third book in the Insiders trilogy, begins as Bailey struggles to witness her mother’s murder and discover her father’s true identity. Meanwhile, Kash was on a mission to find and kill his grandfather, a man of pure evil. Throughout it all, his love for Bailey never wavered and continued to burn with a wild passion. She had always been his weakness and also that drove everything he did.

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While I would recommend reading this as a full trilogy, I haven’t read the others in the series and was able to catch up on everything that’s going on. And there were so many layers to unravel. This fast-paced book was filled with danger and intrigue, with unexpected twists around every corner, each revealing secrets and lies. Control and power struggled with the freedom struggle as alliances and allegiances were formed. Who could you trust? And more importantly, could Bailey and Kash’s love survive all the challenges and threats they face?

Throughout the suspense and surprising turn of events, Bailey and Kash’s love never faded. I loved how they could really see each other in the depths of their souls, breaking down walls and letting the intensity of their love shine through. There was the perfect amount of heartbreak and I never doubted that this couple was together.

I was so drawn to Kash, intimidating and dangerous with the power to kill when needed but his vulnerability when it came to Bailey. She could feel the depth of Bailey’s emotions and pain as she worked through her pain to find her way back to herself. I loved his relationship with his brothers and would have loved to see it explored further. His brother Matt was a great character and he was one of my favorite people of all time. I would like to see him have his own story. And her sister Seraphina was so sweet and loving and touched me.

The first part of the story was a bit slow for me, maybe because I was learning what I had missed in the previous two books. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to continue reading, but the last third was an exciting rollercoaster ride and I enjoyed every minute of it. I was overwhelmed by some of the things that were going on and the book was well written so I read it quicker than I expected.

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I felt that the suspense overshadowed the romance, but perhaps it was further developed as the trilogy started. Instead, the focus here was on what people would do and what choices they would make to keep loved ones safe, and that was a great message to send out, which overall made this book an enjoyable read.

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