Redeem This – Blog Tour

I’m excited to introduce you to Cami Checkett’s newly released book, Redeem This. It’s the sequel to Blog This, and both are suspenseful romance with lots of action.

Some men are beyond redemption. Alex is one of them.

After Alex Chakhota was blackmailed and manipulated into becoming a hit man to protect his sister, serving time as the FBI’s assassin doesn’t do much to ease his conscience. His next assignment brings him face to face with Brittany, a beautiful woman that believes he’s more than the killer he’s been made into. The road to redemption is long for someone with a blackened soul, and with lives hanging in the balance, Alex has a short deadline.

Detective Scott Bentley’s days of law enforcement are behind him. When he’s asked to host agents at his secluded ranch for an FBI sting operation, Scott cannot refuse. Ivy McMahon shows up with the team, and Scott gets more than he signed up for. Not only can she hack into the any computer system, she’s found a way into Scott’s heart. The trouble is that she’s in protective custody and when the job ends, she’ll disappear.

Is redemption possible for those whose lives are scarred by the past? With danger crowding close, not even love may have a chance to redeem before it’s too late.

Don’t miss the exciting sequel to Blog This by #1 Bestselling Inspirational author, Cami Checketts
Find Redeem This for only $3.99 at these vendors:

Amazon * B&N * iTunes * Kobo

If you haven’t had a chance to read Blog This, it is only 99 cents right now.

Amazon * B&N * iTunes * Kobo 

My Review

Another great book by Checketts. I read this in 2 days. It’s a short, fast read with lots of action and two romances developing between all the suspense. This story is the follow up to Blog This and throws the assassin from that book, Alex, into the limelight (or orange light, if you don’t like limes). Alex was an extremely troubled and almost creepy character in Blog This who seemed unredeemable. Though he was the villain, the author somehow carved out a vulnerable spot in your heart for him. This story builds on the last and shows that no one is beyond redemption. I loved watching Alex’s transformation as he learns to love and put another’s welfare before his own while struggling to forgive himself for his despicable past. As others begin to show their trust in the goodness within him, he works to become what they believe he can be…and light overcomes darkness.


ALEX FOCUSED ON THE TARGET, ignoring the thrumming of his heart and the sweat trickling down his back. One eye closed as the other socket pressed against the scope. The hit must be perfect. His future and his sister’s future depended on it.

Everything lined up. He tightened his finger against the trigger, then before he could second-guess himself, pulled it. The bullet sailed right in between the eyes, exactly where he wanted it.

Loud clapping greeted him from behind. He straightened and turned to face Agent Marcus Klein. The tall, black man grinned at him, gripping a pair of binoculars in one hand. “Great shot.”

Alex shrugged. He glanced back at the practice field to hide the flush of pleasure. “It’s easy when you have a sniper’s rifle and the target isn’t moving.”

“Your specialty was more action shots?” Klein walked to his side and looked out at the target.

“I’ve done it all.”

Klein nodded. “I believe you.” He turned to face Alex. “So, you’re ready to pledge the next twenty years to the FBI and give up making fabulous money and traveling the world?”

Alex arched an eyebrow. He wasn’t ready to pledge twenty years to anyone or anything but Anna, but now didn’t seem the opportune time to state that. “If my sister is happy, you’ll have my loyalty.”

“We fly out for Salt Lake tomorrow. You can see for yourself how well she’s doing.”

Alex took a long breath, dipping his head so the agent wouldn’t see his emotions. Anna was happy. Whatever the FBI required him to do would be worth it. Until he was ready to steal her away and escape.

Don’t forget to enter below to win an audio copy of Dead Running and an ebook of Shadows in the Curtaina Rafflecopter giveaway



6 thoughts on “Redeem This – Blog Tour

  1. It’s a sign of good writing when a reader can identify with or feel compassion for the villain. That can be tricky to pull off. Sounds like this ‘bad guy’ sees some growth. 🙂

    • Yeah, it is hard to do, and she did it pretty good in the first book, which made me excited to read this one and see how she redeemed him.

  2. Thank you, Charissa, for the kind review! Alex was really interesting to write about.
    Thanks, Amanda and Carrie! Congrats to you, Amanda, on the Whitney nomination!

Comments are closed.