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Series: Cameron Friends
Author: Serenity King
Publisher: Serenity King
Publication Date: 11/24/2015
Synopsis from Goodreads: *Warning – This book contains subject matter that some readers may find objectionable. Contains themes of sexual abuse**
Note: Reissue. This title was previously a part of a boxset. The title has been updated. Content has been added and changed.
In an attempt to help his brother, Domino Longhorn, and longtime friend, Sinjin Cameron, Solomon gets caught up in a life of a secret agent, a life he thought he had left behind. Little does he know that his biggest obstacle will be the mysterious Tabitha James, a woman with many secrets—secrets he has every intention of exploring.
Tabitha James is used to going it alone, used to being the protector and not the protected. She doesn’t need or want Solomon Longhorn’s interference in her life. If anyone gets in the way of her goal, it could mean the death of not only her but others as well. She learned long ago that her fate is to be alone.
Behind the brave front and her tough exterior lies a vulnerability that’s hard to miss. Solomon finds himself extremely protective of her, especially since it appears that her life is much more complicated and dangerous than he originally thought. His only problem, she doesn’t want anything to do with him.
Will the secrets she keeps destroy her before he gets a chance to express the desire he has for her?
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When I originally read the description of Solomon’s Quest, I didn’t think I wanted to read it. I originally wasn’t going to sign up for the tour from the description. But something told me that I should just give it a chance, and I’m very glad I did.
While this book goes along with some of Serenity King’s other books, it isn’t necessary for the reader to have read any previous books to be able to read, understand, and enjoy Solomon’s Quest. Yes, I had some “well, now I’m curious” moments regarding some things mentioned, but other than that, I was fully engrossed in the story at hand and the previous novels were “unnecessary” at that time. Of course, now I feel like I must read the previous books, but that’s the way a good story should be – it should make you want to read more about the world you were engrossed in.
Solomon’s Quest is an easy read – you can finish it in a few short hours. It probably took me 4 hours tops to finish it, probably less. I was a bit too engrossed in the story to pay attention to the time. The characters are likable or annoying dependent upon whether they’re the good guys or the bad guys. I did find myself wanting to know more about Diamond because she intrigues me.
I highly recommend this book for those looking for some romance and some action at the same time. The book has a good mix of both. I look forward to reading more of Serenity King’s work.
I received a copy of this book free from The Killion Group in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.