ARE THEY IN TOO DEEP?
Ex-Navy SEAL Cabe Moss always comes when called to duty—at all costs. Even though the death of his fiancée nearly destroyed him, Cabe won’t let his past interfere with any work that has to get done. When his latest task pushes him to team up with FBI operative Amy Murray, a fierce beauty with the undercover skills to match, Cabe must admit that, for the first time in years, he wants to do more than just complete their mission together…
Amy was born ready forthis assignment, but working side-by-side with the the strong, silent, and frustratingly professional Cabe seems to be the biggest challenge of all. But when the sparks begin to fly—and the stakes rise to dangerous heights—the only thing Amy is left worrying about is how she can resist him. Their lives may be in danger, but their hearts hold the biggest risk of all…AMAZON 4 STARS
Both Cabe and Amy made for good main characters. They both were honorable, caring people who were excellent at their jobs. Not only were they highly skilled but they loved what they did.Cabe has a great team working with him and they are so close personally as they are on the job. So close that they are helping Six with his wedding plans. In fact they are doing a lot of the work alongside Six because his fiance Louise is so shy. All she is doing for the wedding planning is buying her dress.
Amy has some very personal reasons for becoming an agent for the FBI. She also has a heart for freeing the women who are missing. It all goes back to the trauma of her childhood. But I don't want to say too much more because I don't want to give anything away. But something that Cabe and Amy had to do is work through some old baggage.
There is plenty of tension and action because of the undercover operation. There are so many different people working to bring down this dangerous crime group. There is also plenty of sexual tension between Cabe and Amy. They have to fight their desire for each other because they don't want to endanger those working with them or even blow the undercover assignments. They all have a lot to lose if that happens. It does get pretty hot though.
Just to make things interesting there was a word included in the story that I didn't know. And I know quite a few. "Jingoistic", now there is a word I had to look up! I am glad though the author did give something of a definition right after that word in a conversation.
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book via Netgalley and this is my honest opinion of it.