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review 2021-07-09 16:59
Review: The Assassin in 5F (Covert Affairs Duet #2) by: Nana Malone
The Assassin in 5F (Covert Affairs Duet #2) - Nana Malone




The Assassin in 5F by Nana Malone

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Queen of cliffhangers is back to stir up more trouble. Marcus and Lyra are a temptation that continues to keep readers captivated. With The Spy in 3B, Malone lured the senses into a treacherous dance with intrigue. The adventure continues with The Assassin in 5F. As passionate as it is unpredictable, the heat is hard to resist. From dangerous liaisons to passionate enemies, Lyra and Marcus are a mesmerizing blend of seduction and drama that refuse to be contained.

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review 2020-01-01 04:30
Book Review for Covert (The Clans Book 9) by Elizabeth Knox and Iris Sweetwater
Covert (The Clans Book 9) Kindle Edition - Elizabeth Knox



Humm...Not sure where to start with this one other than the fact that I had a lot of mixed feelings about the story and although I didn't love it I didn't hate it but, for me I just could not connect with the characters as they were like-able but, not love-able.

I thinks the bottom line is that these authors did not give you enough time to bond with these characters if you had already read some of the previous books in this series you might have already known somethings about them but, for us just coming into the series we new very few facts about them other then a few things that were mentioned in passing so this did not give a chance to get to know more about their past of present other that the facts of what clan they worked and belonged to and what they did for a living although we rationed out how this couple was already connected to one another . The other thing that did not work for me is where was the part that engaged the readers emotions because I felt that every move made just felt clinical as well as cut and dry.

For example though my eyes

Isabella is forced to go under for the CIA really being blackmailed and although they tried to give her some tools to protect her they were not enough and Isabella already knew what kind of man she would be dealing with and expected that she would have to make personal sacrifices so she wanted to have a choice in giving something like her virginity away to someone she loved without it being taken from her.The whole scene just played out and it was like no feelings were even involved at all and for me and doing the whole deed was just like they were going through the motions and it was like their was no connection between the characters at all. This should have been down right hot and scorching for this couple as she was secretly in love with Marcellus for years and even though Marcellus never admitted it he lusted after her for years so where was all the passion the fire the build up in their coming together ? Their intimate moments should have been explosive!

After everything that Isabella endured at the hands of a monster she just seems to go on with her life as if nothing tragic/sick/painful just happened to her as their is no breakdown ? no emotional pain?nothing?she showed no emotions what so ever and even after her explaining and Marcellus hearing her story that man should have been a raving lunatic out for blood and revenge and wanting vengeance "yes", he was pissed but, he should have wanted to be the one to take out anyone who hurt her and we understood that others parties involved had a stake in what was happening and not that we expected him to carry out any of these things because of the circumstances but, he sure as hell should have wanted to do these things to avenge a women who belonged to him and in there lies yet another problem when I said I felt no emotional attachment to any of these characters he was a made man in the mafia for christ sakes and then you had the fact that not once did I hear these two main characters say I love you face to face.

I know this book is fictional and sometimes as readers we have to keep reminding ourselves when reading stories like this and that their not real but, the reason we read stories with fictional mafia related characters is for the fact their filled with danger and suspense and a whole lot of hot alpha men then you have the twisted plots and the excitement and plots that engage the readers emotions to the tune you have a personal stake in their outcome an so forth and all these things just fell flat for me in this story because I felt all these things were missing from this ongoing story.

Although this story was not personally for us it was enjoyable enough to pass the time and we did like the fact the we were indeed surprised that the CIA had another fish on their hook as they say to do their dirty work for them and that was a big surprise that we didn't see coming of who that person was "so", we did indeed love that part.

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review 2019-12-24 02:18
Covert Cougar Christmas
Covert Cougar Christmas - Terry Spear

Travis is a cougar who works for a special forces like division that polices rogue cougars. He is in process of moving to another state. He saw some packing boxes he was going to take and got caught. Bridget, a new agent, saves him. They team up and solve the case (and of course falling for each other). This was insta-love, but I found I really didn't care all that much. I liked the characters and the pacing. And I liked that Bridget saved Travis.

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review 2019-10-29 21:32
Covert Game (A GhostWalker Novel) - Christine Feehan

This one was intense. The couple reminded me a lot of Vittorio and Grace from Shadow Warrior. He was very dominant and she was submissive, but unlike Vittorio, Geno seemed more open to learn to compromise for Zara, and Zara definitely stood up for what she truly believed in. I enjoyed their story, hate what she went through, totally understood why Geno had to seek vengeance the way he did, but I did like that he felt remorse after that. She softened him up a lot, which I found so romantic. The action was intense, as always, the conflict great, and the plot premise good. There is a lot of sex in this one, but it wasn’t as off-putting like some other CF Ghost Walker books or even Leopard books can be. Not my favorite in the serious, but definitely not the worst, I think my least favorite is still Spyder Game and my favorite is blank Game. Overall enjoyable and entertaining installment in this series.

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review 2019-10-08 16:32
Love Undercover (Covert Liaisons, #1) by L.K. Shaw
Love Undercover (Covert Liaisons, #1) - L.K. Shaw



Love Undercover prides itself on intrigue. Shaw makes sure there's always a twist that turns out to be bigger than the one that came before. Everyone has an agenda and it's up to the reader to figure out the score. Ines and Brody are playing a dangerous game in a world made up of booby traps, boogeyman and cutthroat drama. Love Undercover is my first LK Shaw read and it's an adrenaline rush. From nailbiting action, breathtaking, danger Shaw delivers an intense, edge of your seat, page turner.


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