Ricochet (A Vigilantes Novel, #1)

The only sure way to destroy a man is to take what he cannot live without.

Ricochet Cover

Three years ago, I had everything.

A beautiful wife.
A son.
A reason for living.

Until a ruthless task force, assembled under Mayor Michael Culling, with a brutal strategy to make the streets of Detroit ‘safe’, ripped away everything I loved in a deadly hunt called The Culling.

They tried to kill me, too. I wish they had. Now I’m cursed by the memories of that night, and the words I whispered to my dying wife.

A promise—to avenge the wrong and set it right.

I’m no longer Nick Ryder. I’m a masked vigilante. Faceless. Loveless. Fearless. A man with nothing left to lose—one who’s seen the dark and violent truth behind the city’s flawless veneer.

Michael Culling doesn’t know who I am. Or what I want. All he knows is that I’ve kidnapped his beautiful wife.

An eye for an eye—isn’t that how the saying goes? And Aubree Culling is the perfect pawn to destroy him.

If she doesn’t destroy me first.

Praise for Ricochet

With Ricochet Keri Lakes creates a 5 Star action packed, adrenaline filled, relentless display of a man driven by revenge and his quest to obtain it by any means necessary. The dark theme is uncompromising in its approach and I applaud Keri as she refuses shield her readers from the rawness of the pain felt, the suffering and the realism of hurt that stem from a horrendous act.
— Smokin' Hot Book Blog
It kept me on the edge of my seat, and the brilliant writing had me connected both to the story, but especially to the characters, right from the start!
— Maryse's Book Blog
5 Explosive Stars ... You’re going to want to pick this book up if you too enjoy reading on the edge of your seat with one hand on your kindle - the other covering your eyes a bit because you’re horrified yet riveted in the same breath ...
— Totally Booked Blog
The author draws into the bedlam of Nick and Aubree’s minds so well as a reader you feel engulfed in the beautifully tragic darkness ... Keri Lake portrayed violence so perfectly, so poignantly it was hard to put this book down.
— She Reads New Adult Blog