The Brotherhood

The Brotherhood

Genre: 
5
Average: 5 (2 votes)
Pages: 
374
£9.99
ISBN:
9781786935663
Starting where Finding Magdalena left off, nineteen-year-old Maggie marries her fiancé, Mateo and moves to Milan for his new job and her scholarship at the famous Milan Conservatory. She has barely settled in her new home when Maggie uncovers the Brotherhood, a secret organization and finds herself unwittingly involved in its sinister plans. Along with Shep and the rest of his team, she leads the covert mission to bring the Brotherhood to its knees. Once again, Maggie embarks on a dangerous journey that tests her mental and physical limits. Can she escape the Brotherhood's long reach and survive?
Shannon Condon

Shannon
Condon

Shannon Condon resides in North Carolina with her three sons. She graduated from the College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida. She fell in love with Southern Spain researching the book and hopes to retire there someday.

Reviews

by
Sefina Hawke
5
The Brotherhood by Shannon Condon is the second book in the Magdalena series that takes place where Finding Magdalena left off. Maggie is a nineteen-year-old who has just married her fiancé, known as Mateo, when the couple finds themselves in Milan for his job and her scholarship at the Milan Conservatory. However, things are not as happy as they seem on the surface as Mateo has suffered a complete personality change since their marriage, which is putting their relationship in jeopardy. Maggie ends up enmeshed in a secret organization known as the Brotherhood, but thankfully she has Shep’s black ops team to help her bring them down. Will Maggie be able to save her relationship and take down the Brotherhood? The Brotherhood by Shannon Condon is a well written, fast paced, drama and action/adventure novel, which I absolutely loved! I did not read the first book in the Magdalena series, but that did not detract from my enjoyment or understanding of the plot or characters. The only aspect that I did not enjoy was the domestic abuse, but I felt like Shannon Condon did a good job of not making it too graphic, but I would not recommend the book to anyone triggered by domestic abuse or sexual abuse. That aside, I found the plot line to be riveting and I quickly found myself really loving and sympathizing with Maggie as I felt like I could understand her motivations and feelings. Overall, I am left with a feeling of excitement and hope for a third book in the Magdalena series.
by
A very fast-paced, action-packed story with many twists in the tale.
5
Maggie Murano hasn't had a normal life by any means. Being orphaned as a teenager she had to grow up quickly and be very strong. The Brotherhood picks straight up from where Finding Magdelena left off, at a running pace! Married life with Mateo is not turning out as Maggie expected it to be, and she needs to turn her life around, and quickly - her life could depend upon it! A very fast-paced, action-packed story with many twists in the tale. Could easily be another book to continue Maggie's adventures.

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