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review 2018-02-22 20:49
Fantastic Suspense!
Dangerous in Love (Aegis Group Alpha Tea... Dangerous in Love (Aegis Group Alpha Team Book 1) - Sidney Bristol

Dangerous In Love by Sidney Bristol is a phenomenal romantic suspense.  Ms. Bristol has delivered a well-written book and furnished it with outstanding, lovable characters.  Lacey is a free spirit backpacking and video blogging her adventure when she is kidnapped.  Shane is part of the Aegis Group and his team is tasked with the job of rescuing a married couple.  When they find Lacey with the couple, they rescue her also.  Shane and Lacey's story is packed with drama, action, humor, suspense and sexy bits.  I enjoyed every page of this fantastic book and look forward to reading more from Sidney Bristol in the future.  Dangerous In Love is book 1 of the Aegis Group Alpha Team Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

 

 

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text 2016-06-08 10:00
New Release Spotlight & Review: To Love a Wolf (SWAT: Special Wolf Alpha Team #4) by Paige Tyler

 

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review 2015-12-09 04:03
A SEAL for Christmas
A SEAL for Christmas (Novella) (SEAL Team Alpha Book 2) - Jennifer Lowery

* 4 stars *

 

Right before Christmas Cloe was hit by a car while riding her bike and the driver tries to blame her for the accident. Lucky for Cloe Donovan was in the crowd that had gathered and he came to her defense. Donovan was a SEAL who was home for a short leave. His family owned a restaurant near by so he took her there to get cleaned up. His family was Italian/Irish and all of them worked at the very successful Italian restaurant.

 

Cloe's parents and fiancee were killed the previous Christmas so she had no interest in celebrating this year. As Donovan and Cloe got closer, his family included her in their Christmas activities.

 

I loved this big Italian/Irish family and their constant involvement in each other's lives. It was quite an eye opener for Cloe. Poor Donovan had been dumped by his fiance when he was deployed and was determined to never love again. So much for his good intentions when he falls for Cloe. She also can't resist the protective SEAL.

 

This story flowed smoothly making it easy to read and follow the plot. This was such a good romantic Christmas story that if you like romances you should pick up a copy.

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review 2015-11-18 23:53
Audiobook Review: Hungry Like the Wolf (SWAT, #1) by Paige Tyler
Hungry Like the Wolf: Special Wolf Alpha Team: SWAT, Book 1 - Tantor Audio,Paige Tyler,Abby Craden

My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com.

 

This is only my second book from Paige Tyler. I read the first book in the X-Ops series. I enjoyed it and plan on reading more of that series. I was excited to get the opportunity to review the audio for the SWAT series to experience more of her work.

 

This story is about a SWAT team made up entirely of werewolves. This draws the attention of an investigative journalist (don’t call her a reporter, she makes about $30k more than a reporter, thank you very much). The attention isn’t for the reason you would think, they are too perfect. They have done nothing wrong, like ever. Mackenzie (Mac) finds this hard to believe. She also thinks that they are taking some sort of performance enhancing drugs to make them as good as they are.

 

Gage, the SWAT team leader and alpha werewolf, and Mac have an instant connection. There is some lore that werewolves have “The One” but Gage had never believed it. Xander, one of the team leaders, is convinced that Mac is The One for Gage. Mac and Gage have instant lust, but it does take time for the love to build and even longer for both of them to accept.

 

There is a ton of action in this story. Gage and his team have killed a mob boss’s son in a clean kill while doing a raid (kill mob boss’s family members always goes well). The mob boss is out for blood. All the while, the SWAT team is trying to hide who they are from Mac’s ever watchful eye.

 

Overall, I enjoyed the story. I’m hoping to get more information on the werewolf lore in future books. We didn’t learn a whole lot in this book. We did learn that they are born werewolf and are turned completely during a traumatic event, say like being in the military during the war. That was a nice twist. I can’t wait to see where the story goes next. I’ve already got book two download to listen to very soon.

 

Narration

I’ve already been listening to Abby Craden with the FUC series by Eve Langlais, so I knew some of what to expect. I greatly enjoyed her narration. I thought she did a great job with this series. I had no problem jumping straight from one series to this one. As a matter of fact, I listened to them back to back. She did a great job. This series has much more action and less humor than the Eve Langlais series and Ms. Craden still handled it all very well.

 

I like to thank Tantor Audio for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

Source: www.hotlistens.com/hungry-like-the-wolf-audiobook-by-paige-tyler-review
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text 2015-03-31 16:40
DNFed pretty much immediately.
A SEAL's Song (SEAL Team Alpha Book 1) - Jennifer Lowery

Sappy beginning.

 

But what made me DNF that book after pretty much the first scene (besides the clumsy writing and the load of cliches): How strong and dangerous SEAL-guy got bashed over the head. 

 

I know that it might be a bit hypocritical as I also tend to whine about too strong and perfect heros, but a SEAL who gets bested by a group of robbers? Seriously?

 

Nope.

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