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Publisher's Summary

Eadan Daly has thrown himself into the role as the sixth I-Ops team member and has forged a brotherhood of sorts with the other men. When he's asked to go on a solo mission for the PSI Branch (Paranormal Security and Intelligence) he's not so sure he wants his old job back.
Inara Nash is a survivor, doing what she must to get by. On the run for years, from an organization she doesn't fully understand, she tries to stay below the radar. When a blond hunk arrives and claims he's her savior, she suspects her luck might have finally run out. Sure, he's hot and looks like he'd be good in bed but there is something almost magical about him that defies reality. And if there is one thing she's learned in her life in the paranormal underground it's you never trust a magik.
©2014 Mandy M. Roth (P)2014 Mandy M. Roth
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5 out of 5 stars
By Pam louis on 04-11-15

kicking butt and getting the girl!

What made the experience of listening to Tactical Magik the most enjoyable?

The way the guys tease each other. Too funny lol

Which scene was your favorite?

Car drive in the beginning. Lol, fight at the end. The girl having to tell the weres off Hmm mm ok to many lol

Any additional comments?

Eadan and inara's mating! Wow i love this story. Eagan is an immortal ops and inara is one of the survivor of the Asia project. This story is full of action, romance, and fun. I loved it wow. I am so loving the immortal ops I think I need to hear them all now lol.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Heather Ray on 06-06-18

Hot and Magical

I loved listening to Eadan and Inara's story. I have read it previously but wanted to see if the audio could bring it more to life for me. The answer? Oh heck yeah! I loved it and looked for reasons to listen.Inara has been on her own for a long time. She had help for a bit, but he was captured and she had to figure things out on her own. Eadan is shown a picture of Inara and immediately wants to find and protect her. Things keep getting deeper as the Corporation is after more of the Asia Project children. Can Eadan save her? I just thought the book drew me in. The audio was that much better.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Wealie on 06-18-18

Woefully lacking in character and plot development

‘Tactical Magik’ is the fifth novella in the Immortal Ops series. Although each novel in the series is about an individual couple, each story builds on the previous and includes previous couples as secondary characters, giving away spoilers for plot points and character developments. As such it’s best to read the novellas in series order.

This is the first of the novella’s I’ve listened too that had not been revised and extended by the author and narrated by Mason Lloyd. It felt a bit thin on the ground in terms of plot and character development. This was a shame as I’d been looking forward to Eadan’s story, especially after Wilson’s story had been so good.

Eadan came across as a bit smarmy and self-satisfied and Inara was one dimensionally clueless and inexperienced, which just didn’t capture my imagination. I didn’t buy into them as individuals or as a couple in the novella. All Eadan’s angst from his history was swept away and Inara didn’t seem to have a problem with anything except him potentially holding out on sex from her.

The new narrator - Topher Samuels, had a very stilted reading style and didn’t do the character voices justice, which seemed to add to flippancy to the the characters, detracting any gravitas and depth.

The plot didn’t seem to go anywhere in particular and you never got a sense that Eadan or Inara were ever in any true danger. In the end I felt like the author’s heart wasn’t in this one.

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