Cody Musket is a superstar. He is a decorated veteran who returned from horrific injuries received at the hand of the Taliban in Afghanistan, to become a professional ball player with the Houston Astros. A chance meeting with Brandi, in a movie theater one night will change the direction of Cody's life once and for all. Cody carries the horrors of war and what happened to him in Afghanistan, deep inside his head. Over a period of one week, Brandi comes to know, to understand and to love Cody more than anyone ever has.
No Pit So Deep is a hard-hitting, action romance that pulls no punches. The author describes the action in, at times, graphic detail, so for lovers of tender romances, this may not be the book for you. But if you like your romance punchy and full of excitement, then, No Pit So Deep, is a fantastic read for you. Ignore the fact there is an underlying Christian sentiment to the story and enjoy it for what it is; an expose of good versus evil and the indomitable spirit of man.
I enjoyed this read, maybe more than I thought I would. The author has a style that appeals and the story is laced with good, old-fashioned, hometown humor and the brotherhood and camaraderie of servicemen.
I can really recommend this story as a good, honest read and an enjoyable adventure. Quite looking forward to the sequel, so I can find out what happens to Cody and his new family. A very solid four stars from this reviewer.