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Friday, May 13, 2016

Book Tour! The Deliverance Of Dilan By Kathy Coopmans

Dilan Levy.

The mystery man.

The man with a war to end.

The man who was put behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit.

The man who disappeared.

The man who fell for an innocent woman.

The man is back to deliver his rightful revenge.

Anna Drexler.

He saved her life.

He took a bullet for her.

He left.

He can't be forgotten.

He's back.

Dilan is obsessed.

Anna is determined.

Two people stand in their way.

A brother and a sister.

The Mexican Cartel.

As a reviewer it is reviews like that one I am about to type that are sometimes the hardest ones to write.  Bad reviews or outstanding reviews are easier to write then when a book you had such high expectations for ends up being just okay to you.  Now is just being just okay a bad thing?  No it isn’t but what it is, is a hard review to write. 

Let me straight up acknowledge that there is a lot going on in this book and I think, in a way, it over shadowed Dilan and Anna’s storyline.  Don’t get me wrong I loved the twists and turns but I think if some of the lessor dramas had been taken out it would have worked for the story better.  I loved Dilan, I loved how he cared so much for his family and was willing to throw his own happiness away to not only protect them but get his revenge at the same time.  Dilan is so much more than what you think he will be, I want to say on one hand he is softer but on the other just as, if not more, blood thirsty than the rest of the guys when it comes to certain things and people. 

I sadly will admit that I had a huge issue with Anna.  I tried to connect with her on any level and I couldn’t.  I don’t know if it was the whole totally and completely innocent from never being even kissed thing or the way one minute she was tough but the next wishy washy.  I don’t want to say that I hated her character because that wasn’t it, I honestly just could connect with her and I think that is one more reason why this book out of all of them is my least favorite.

The Deliverance Of Dilan may not be my favorite book in this series, but overall it was still an okay read that fed my addiction, at least temporarily, for this series.  You will want to read the book for Dilan alone, trust me he will have you loving him and wanting him in every way.

“I know what the fuck is running through your mind, Dilan. Let it fucking go. You can blame yourself all you want, but this is the last time I’ll tell you that no one blames you for this. We’re all a little shocked. Stunned to the very fucking core over this shit. One thing you need to know, to hear from me, is this. I can honestly stand here and tell you that if I were you, I would be doing the same thing. Nothing would have stopped me, and I know with every goddamn bone in my body that you wouldn’t blame me for a damn bit of it. Pull your head out of your ass. Man the fuck up. I want every one of those women back.” I close my eyes and clip the bridge of my nose, exhaling as I do.

“Don’t stand there pitying yourself or any one of us, Dilan. We will get through this.” My uncle stands directly in front of me. His words are mixing with the ones Roan just spoke, stabbing me with a dull knife into my already wounded heart.

“One thing I hate is repeating myself. But it seems with you I have to. You’ve always carried this fucked-up world on your shoulders. Just like your cousin, you’re a fixer. Determined to do shit on your own in order to protect those you love. Well,goddamn it, sometimes in life we need to ask for help. Even though you didn’t, you sure as fuck are getting it. There are things in life that drive us to do things we do not want to do. I know first-hand how these things or people that drive a knife so deep into your gut, twisting the shit out of it until you’re damn near bleed dry, can possess your every thought. It damn near killed me to know Royal had a part in putting you away. Why he turned on all of us is irrelevant. He did. He broke the rules and so did the Carlos family. The situation with Royal has lead up to all of this. My guess is he was jealous of you, like he was of his own brother. He had his filthy hands mingling with Juan’s, to attack me where he knew it would hurt me the most. My family.” He pauses briefly then continues on, his words pulling me from my gloom of guilt.

Other books in the Series

The Wrath of Cain

(book 1 in the Syndicate Series)

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The Redemption of Roan

(book 2 in the Syndicate Series)

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The Absolution of Aidan

(book 3 in the Syndicate Series)

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Amazon Best Selling Author Kathy Coopmans, lives in Michigan with her husband Tony where they have two grown sons.

After raising her children she decided to publish her first book and retiring from being a hairstylist.

She now writes full time.

She's a huge sports fan with her favorite being Football and Tennis.

She's a giver and will do anything she can to help another person succeed!

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