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Take Me to the Good Parts of This Book
Warning: The Good Parts Might Be Explicit
- Dalton gives a kiss that goes from hot to nuclear.
- Sexual Tension
- Dalton has an image of licking champagne off Lizzy.
- I Want You
- What does Dalton want from Lizzy?
- Hot Hot Hot
- Dalton and Lizzy communicate without words.
- It Might Be Love
- They had really hot sex multiple times. So what?
Elizabeth is ordered to do whatever it takes to end this criminal organization, but she's also told that this is completely off the books. Nothing can point back to the president until the entire network is dismantled. Elizabeth can rely only on her team, comprised of a computer whiz and a former air force pararescueman, to get to the bottom of the leaks. Every decision could cost them their freedom...or their lives.
What Elizabeth didn't count on was her heart becoming as entangled as the lies she tells to uncover the truth. With her heart now in the game, Elizabeth works on guarding those she loves as she dives headfirst into danger. Can Elizabeth follow the leads and take out the leaders of the secret group before the whole world is thrown into chaos?
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By Trish R. on 07-16-17
Excellent read and almost excellent listen..
SPOILERS...SPOILERS...SPOILERS... ALL OVER THE PLACE...
Let me start by saying I detest cliffhangers and if I’d known this was one I would never have bought it. So, I’m glad I didn’t know, since it was a really great read. Loved the mystery and murder and intrigue and the romance.
I especially loved Elizabeth/Lizzy. Holy cow, that woman was one kick-ass chick. She had a shoot-out with Bram in an alley and killed him, and got herself shot, too. Then she was actually torturing Dan. Stabbed him in the hand then shot him right in the forehead when he started to go into this pocket for something. Oh, and she started to torture Phylicia, too. But all she had to do was tear off one of her nails and she gave it up. She was after all the conspirators that were trying to start problems all over the world and she didn’t care who she had to kill or torture to round them up. AND the FORMER President of the United States was part of it.
This was such an exciting book and I can’t wait to read the next book in this series. The secondary characters were all fantastic: Our hero and love interest, Dalton. Alex, our computer genius. Valeria, the fired DEA agent. Sebastian, the millionaire footing the bill for all this. Humphrey Orville, the Chief of Staff, and President Stratton. What an awesome team.
There was some messing around then fade-to-black. No sexual tension whatsoever but it was such a great read that I didn’t really care. Also, the F-bomb was used 23 times.
As to the narrator: Ordinarily I would say Therese Plummer is just OK, since she could use some more practice on her men’s voices. BUT, I gotta tell ya’ what she did with Alex’s voice was so much fun and was soooo funny. Every time she said the word “dude” I was smiling, sometimes laughed out loud. That boy was so awesome. And her emotions were incredible. More manly for the men though.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Cyndi on 02-11-18
🌟🌟4 Stars 🌟🌟
I chose this book for a category challenge that I am doing and I needed a political book. I am so glad I did because I really enjoyed this one a lot! This book was very fast paced and had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. I loved the characters and can't wait to start book 2. I really enjoyed all the secrets that are uncovered too. The romance was steamy but not overly descriptive. If you like a good Romantic Thriller, this book might be for you!!
Therese Plummer was the reason I picked this book and as always she was great!!!
7 of 7 people found this review helpful