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Dead Shot PDF, ePub eBook McKenzie is a soldier and her girlfriend, Katie, is a contractor with the United Nations peacekeeping force. McKenzie's squad has named her Dead Shot for her uncanny ability with weapons. When her unit is ambushed, will her skills be enough? This is set in the same world as Music of the Soul but is a standalone book.

30 review for Dead Shot

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kexx

    And suddenly I've read them all! Loved the series, loved the way they interacted, loved the heroines. Guaranteed HEA.... what more can I want? Number 14?? Thank you Erik.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Delitealex

    I really enjoyed this book we've had glimpses of McKenzie throughout the series so it was great to get to learn more about her. There the many small cameos or mentions of previous characters that I love about this series. McKenzie and Katie definitely had great chemistry together. Many sweet moments but also lots of action too. Erik Schubach is definitely one of my favorite authors for quick good reads. I'm looking forward to reading more of his books.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Simply amazing Definitely a new favorite for me with this series. So amazing. It's sweet and heartfelt, so emotionally charged and such a beautiful read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tori Miller

    Simply Incredible!!!! OMG! Amazing from the first page! Well done all the way around! I simply loved Katie, her personality was charming and infectious! Erik did a great job with the action scenes and I am so grateful to have met Kenzie and Katie! As always, I LOVED it and was happily surprised to see so many familiar faces! Great job!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Margaret L. Hedman

    Excellent! I love Dead Shot. I looked for an appropriate read for this holiday weekend. It is Memorial Day here in the US. Time to honor our service members. I have read this book many times. Very moving.

  6. 5 out of 5

    marion

    Great đź‘Ť On my third read I think of perhaps four who is counting. I love this book. The horror that people go through who go to war for us who sit at home. The joy when it is there happy time. (No spoilers). You had my heart rate up every time I read one of the attacks you are a horror you know the one I mean. It was great meeting lots of people from your other books I always like that.. Not complaining but we must be near some new stories. Thank you for a great read. Once again for anyone just s Great đź‘Ť On my third read I think of perhaps four who is counting. I love this book. The horror that people go through who go to war for us who sit at home. The joy when it is there happy time. (No spoilers). You had my heart rate up every time I read one of the attacks you are a horror you know the one I mean. It was great meeting lots of people from your other books I always like that.. Not complaining but we must be near some new stories. Thank you for a great read. Once again for anyone just starting this author's books you are in for a great time enjoy.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Inked Reads

    FourandHalfStars Kenzi is my favorite kind of hero. She is not only one of the best she is humble about it. I love that she doesn't care if someone insults her, as long as they don't insult her country. Her whit and personality make her easy to fall in love with. I like Katie because of her compassion. She is also a hero in her own right only behind the scenes. I love that she is willing to bend the rules when she thinks it will help. This is a great read especially if you enjoy military/action boo FourandHalfStars Kenzi is my favorite kind of hero. She is not only one of the best she is humble about it. I love that she doesn't care if someone insults her, as long as they don't insult her country. Her whit and personality make her easy to fall in love with. I like Katie because of her compassion. She is also a hero in her own right only behind the scenes. I love that she is willing to bend the rules when she thinks it will help. This is a great read especially if you enjoy military/action books with a touch of romance and a lot of loyalty. Their loyalty to there country as well as each other is truly amazing. I was drawn in from the first paragraph, and the twist and turns from heartbreaking to happy makes it a page turner you won't want to put down. I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads. Amber FourandHalfStars There are typos in this book but not so glaring that it took away from the experience of reading this stand-alone book in the Music of the Soul world. I really liked the lead characters, McKenzie and Katie. I did not have any backstory on these characters but the flashbacks filled in the blanks. I do plan on reading the other books in the series as I really did enjoy this book. Schubach used his vivid imagination to get McKenzie and Katie together. McKenzie had never seen Katie, only heard her voice and known her as Valkyrie One. She is the one that would help her team see hostiles before they saw them and had done so for 5 years. McKenzie hears her when she is in a bar. And, of course, it is love at first sight. I have never been in a combat situation, however, when I read about McKenzie and her team dealing with hostiles, I could get a sense of how a situation like that might unfold and a death toll could stack up. I could feel McKenzie’s heartache as she felt she let down the members of her squad when some of them were gunned down. They were in a sense part of her family. It was clear the way she was felt about them and they felt the same about her. Despite the typos, Schubach will draw you quickly into the world of McKenzie and her team and Katie. Not to mention, will make you cry! I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads. Angela

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ch

    "The eyes never lie. I thought, "I'm so sorry Katie...I love you." I am really late to read this. I was actually just... nervous and sad to read Dead Shot, knowing that this was the last installment in the MOTS series and I am sure I am not ready to let go, yet but after weeks of stalling and reading June, I found new characters to look forward to in a spin-off series, but MOTS will be top for me. McKenzie's story didn't disappoint. Dead Shot provided a different feel and environment than the firs "The eyes never lie. I thought, "I'm so sorry Katie...I love you." I am really late to read this. I was actually just... nervous and sad to read Dead Shot, knowing that this was the last installment in the MOTS series and I am sure I am not ready to let go, yet but after weeks of stalling and reading June, I found new characters to look forward to in a spin-off series, but MOTS will be top for me. McKenzie's story didn't disappoint. Dead Shot provided a different feel and environment than the first stories, The action from beginning to the end was just written naturally. And, no one could imagine my surprise and excitement when I find out who the nana was. I might have squeled a bit. McKenzie's feelings were successfully conveyed, just like how she mourned her father's passing, how it felt real, it took stages. In short, Dead Shot was a nice end to the series that I've loved dearly, wished there could've been more but I am ready for LH. Everyone in the entire MOTS series was present in here and it made my heart dance with joy, some were mentioned and others have appearances. Also, I am not still okay with the mention of Vee. My little snowflake :---( Too good for the world Vee. Anyways, I may or may not hate the dear author a bit (sorry!) for the ending he pulled-off! (view spoiler)[I was mmbling "no, this isn't real, she can't die," then i've thought "this is the last so maybe this is heartbreaking and different from the others" to "she cant die she's a main character" over and over again I even stopped reading for a few minutes to calm myself. If only I've checked the chapter count then maybe I would not have given myself a mini heartattack. It's a sweet ending and with the nature of the book, it was perfect. (hide spoiler)]

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jane Shambler

    Excellent book Its written as the main character is the narrator. It's an excellent story. Some great characters. It even made me both laugh and cry. I mean seriously cry. Erik if we ever meet in this amazing small world of ours I feel payback is likely. Great story. A few grammar hiccups nothing serious. New author for me one which I will seek out in the future. Thanks.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Myra Swintz

    Beautiful story!!! I love this author and I love all the stories in the music of the soul series. This one may well be my favorite.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nolly Sepulveda

    Another wonderful story Good story about McKenzie, I remember her being mentioned in other Music of the Soul books and it was great learning her story.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Alicia

    Enjoyed it First time reading anything from this author and I truly enjoyed this. The main characters were enjoyable and you felt what they were feeling.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Blythe

    Stunning! Everyone loves a hero and having a women fill that role is simply spectacular. This story was a nail biter and extremely stressful, full of action and daring heroics.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sonya

    I picked this up for the Memorial Day sale. My prior-service and very lesbian-self was excited to see what was in store for a rare lesbian story placed in a military setting. I wasn't disappointed. When McKenzie returns home for leave it's almost a nice break from her deployment overseas when she meets Katie. It's nice to see an overworked soldier, regardless if it's self-inflicted, loosen up and take time to see her loved ones. Some of the interactions as Kenz and Katie's relationship grew I fou I picked this up for the Memorial Day sale. My prior-service and very lesbian-self was excited to see what was in store for a rare lesbian story placed in a military setting. I wasn't disappointed. When McKenzie returns home for leave it's almost a nice break from her deployment overseas when she meets Katie. It's nice to see an overworked soldier, regardless if it's self-inflicted, loosen up and take time to see her loved ones. Some of the interactions as Kenz and Katie's relationship grew I found sweet. What I'm most grateful for is that it wasn't a story of a soldier and a contractor fraternizing on base. No sneaking around to find the best places to enjoy each other's company. No unprofessionalism between the two women when on duty. In between there's scenes of military combat, all of which I think are well written. I'm assuming it's because I may have not read the previous books, but the obscure enemy the Bugbats fight against adds a bit of intrigue for me. I think the action is where it's strongest, as well as the communication between Bugbat One and Valkyrie One. And although it was lightly touched, the traumas of service wasn't a huge, huge focus of the book. There are a few things that fell short for me, though. There are some grammar errors present in Dead Shot. In addition, Katie felt a little flat for me. I like the Southern appeal, but her dialogue could have done more to make that accent shine. I like how supportive she was to Kenz, though, as it's rare to have someone so understanding like that. However, I would have liked to see larger depth in Katie's character, like when we got a glimpse of her point of view in one of the last chapters. In stark contrast, Kenzi's character was both funny and interesting. Lastly, the use of military jargon and way of speech felt extremely heavy and unnatural at times. It may have just been me, but I thought being less specific about a particular model of military vehicle or firearm would have done better. All in all, it's a good book when I closed it and took a moment to think about it. I always enjoy Erik Schubach's stories and this is one of them.

  15. 5 out of 5

    WonderGoon

    Good Not a bad book. Lots of action and a break from the usual formula of lesbian romance novels. The book suffers from some minor grammatical errors, but is still solid. Mr. Schubach does an admirable job in blending this books scenes with previous books. It was good to see Anabella West, Victoria Davenport, Silent Bob, Blake, Crystal, Riley, and Sandra again. Of course, exploring Mrs. Zatta was good, too. Mr. Schubach has stated this is the last Music of the Soul book, and I, for one, am sorry Good Not a bad book. Lots of action and a break from the usual formula of lesbian romance novels. The book suffers from some minor grammatical errors, but is still solid. Mr. Schubach does an admirable job in blending this books scenes with previous books. It was good to see Anabella West, Victoria Davenport, Silent Bob, Blake, Crystal, Riley, and Sandra again. Of course, exploring Mrs. Zatta was good, too. Mr. Schubach has stated this is the last Music of the Soul book, and I, for one, am sorry this series is ended. Hopefully a new story can be told now that so much backstory has been established. We'll have to see, though. Buy this book if you like military action or love stories involving lesbians in uniform.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rike @ RikeRandom

  17. 4 out of 5

    Fytima

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pearl

  19. 5 out of 5

    Roseanna M. Griffith

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kholvayr

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Tucker

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hilo

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gwyndolyn Abbey

  24. 5 out of 5

    Orlease Campbell

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi

  26. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

  27. 5 out of 5

    Terez

  28. 5 out of 5

    Marque

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jessica L. Walls

  30. 4 out of 5

    John Van Dyke

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