In this latest entry in the Shadow Force series, with danger closing in, Paige Grayson and Delta Force operative Mace Stevens must depend on each other.
©2011 Stephanie Tyler (P)2011 Tantor
"Red-hot romance. White-knuckle suspense." (Lara Adrian)
less repetition of dilemma of main character Paige
Lead female character was SO whiny. Artificial reasons for both couples to not fall in love until they completely capitulate. I tried to listen for Calebs' story to finish but had to turn it off.
She is a good narrator, but the warble-y voice she had to do for Paige revealed Paiges weaknesses as a character and pseudo-valor.
Secondary story of Vivi and Caleb was interesting.
I did not feel the threat of the 'bad guys' in this book - therefore the good guys were just 'so so'. Tylers' stories done on foreign soil are better written.
This is another good addition to the Shadow Force series. Mace and Paige made a nice couple, but the relationships between team members drew my attention away from them. There was just too much emotion surrounding the last mission. It overshadowed their romance. And Cael and Vivi almost stole the show, completely. Still love the series. And will listen to this book again.
If you're into Suzanne Brockmann and Robyn Carr, then you should definitely love this series! Each book in the series gets better and better! Narrator, Johanna Parker....you are such an amazing story teller! I can always count on you!
There are no listener reviews for this title yet.
Report Inappropriate Content