Operation Tropical Affair

  • by Kimberli A. Bindschatel
  • Narrated by Rebecca Roberts
  • 6 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A black market kingpin. A Costa Rican scandal. A new agent with a mind of her own.
Poppy McVie wants nothing more than to protect animals. Armed with a shiny new US Wildlife Service badge, she's plucked from training and sent undercover to Costa Rica to play the wife of seasoned Agent Dalton who just wants her to look pretty and keep her mouth shut. Doing some investigating of her own, Poppy connects with a group of animal rights activists and she's soon hot on the trail of the kingpin. With the help of her new van-surfing friends and a one-armed monkey, Poppy plunges into the sordid underworld of black market wildlife trade, facing venomous snakes, deadly rapids, and dangerous traders. She'll risk her badge - and her life - to exact her own kind of justice. But when Agent Dalton learns what she's been up to, the sparks fly between them and the real trouble begins.
Operation Tropical Affair is a thrilling action-adventure story set in the steamy jungles of Costa Rica. If you like jaw-dropping action, thrilling adventure, and strong, sassy female protagonists, then you'll love the first book in the Poppy McVie, Saving Animals One Book at a Time series from author Kimberli A. Bindschatel.
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Most Helpful

struggling to finish

Poppy is unprofessional and annoying. She does whatever she wants and is angry when make characters expect her to do her job, because they are men and she doesn't want to be told what to do. Even if they are more experienced and her bosses.
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- Pins and needles

Very good story featuring an independent herioine

I liked the story. the narrator was very good. The action scenes were well done. I felt Poppy was a bit reckless. I was surprised there was not more surveillance. Also some of the descriptions of the animals were disturbing. I don't like to even think about how some animals are treated, and reading graphic descriptions of cruelty was hard.
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- bookloveranne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-15-2017
  • Publisher: Turning Leaf Productions LLC