4.5 Stars, Drama, Dreamspinner Press, Genre Romance, H.J. Brues, Mystery/Suspense/Action Thriller, Reviewed by Kim

Review: Yakuza Courage by H.J. Brues

Title: Yakuza Courage

Author: H.J. Brues

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press

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Rating: 4.5 Stars

Blurb: Sequel to Yakuza Pride

Ex-Navy SEAL Brendan O’Farrihy enrolls in kendo classes to investigate a Honolulu dojo acting as a front for a yakuza syndicate. Or at least that’s what Brendan’s client, Senator Harris, believes. Through his kendo instructor, the cocky, short-fused, gorgeous Kinosuke Yonekawa, Brendan learns the criminals who are supposedly using the senator’s son, Kenneth, to expand their activities into the US, seem to have severed any yakuza connections. The jaded, soul-scarred former soldier is captivated by the loyalty these gangsters show each other and the way they protect Ken like a tight military unit. Brendan wonders why the senator lied to him, and what the yakuza are shielding Ken from. Continue reading

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