Shadow Ops Agent Thais Sinclair has sworn off falling in love for good. It’s what’s kept her calculated, steady, and on-task in a world dominated by men. She needs nothing and no one but her own wits and strength to guide her. But when she’s slated to shadow the one man who could reveal their entire operation, all bets are off.
Dunn Bateson, illegitimate son of a Southern debutante, has always had to fight harder than the rest to get what he wants. Now, the last thing he needs is Thais following his every move. She is so strong, sly, seductive. . . No woman has ever captivated him so completely. Thais may only have room for her mission in her heart, but is Dunn up to the challenge of showing her that she’s worth every risk he is willing to take? AMAZON 4.5 STARS
Imagine my surprise and delight when I realized I had read quite a few of the books in this series. When I read the name Carl Davis in the book and some of the circumstances around that name, I recognized the story and thought, "Oh, yes, this is going to be good." And it was.
It was intense with plenty of action to keep my interest. Team Leaders and Kagan the big boss were really good at what they did and had each others backs. It was also good to see Miranda Delacroix was a delight to see again. Like the story said, she came across as a classy, sweet grandmother type but few realized the steel in her backbone. She fooled a lot of enemies who thought they had her under their control. And she had one huge secret when it came to her children and his name was Dunn. I loved that whole story-line about him.
Dunn and Thais had so much in common and their attraction was off the charts but that doesn't mean that it made everything easy. The push-pull between the two of them was really good. I will say though that there will be a LOT of sex scenes.
There were several other interesting people like Ricky Sullivan and Eric Geyer. Keep your eyes on them they will keep things very intense. Is that good or bad? You will have to read it to find out.
Great ending to the book. I was very satisfied with it both the endings and the look into some new beginnings for some of the team members.
I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book via Netgalleyand this is my honest opinion of it.