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1.0 out of 5 starsDisappointed
Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2019
Thought this was going to be a book about Cassidy, a junior agent, but really wasn't. Supposed to be as tough as the guys but is always losing fights and taking her clothes off. The middle part of the book isn't even her on a mission. The accountant who was in the cult looking for his daughter is the one on that mission. If you are looking for a strong female character this is not the book for you. This character spends a lot of time away from the action, crying, taking your shirt off, and then is relegated to babysitting during most of the book.
Irish Winters is the best writer in this genre, hands down the best, unless you want lots of explicit sex and profanity. If that's your preference, look elsewhere. If you want high quality writing, well constructed plots with plenty of suspense and sexy romance and characters who are real , read this series. Even though each book is stand alone, begin with Alex and let the story build. I've read these twice, I'm up to Cassidy and I'm looking forward to the next ones. Enjoy!!
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020
Irish Winters has the unique ability to storytell. I fell in love with her first TEAM book and have gone through them at a voracious rate. Her men are real...my fan so far is Jude though the book was about Cassidy. He's 'normal'. So if you need to embrace another author then let it be Irish Winters. You won't be disappointed.
5.0 out of 5 starsAction, emotion, and sexual chemistry. This book has it all!
Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2016
Oh, Ms. Winters, you have done it again! I have loved, loved, loved your entire Snipers' series since you first introduced Alex. But with this tenth book, Cassidy, you have dug an even deeper well of action, emotion, and sexual chemistry, than in any previous saga. From page one, you drop the reader right into the midst of an angst-ridden, terror-laden plot, and never once let us up for breath. I can only say thank you for crafting such a compelling world, and letting us all be a part of it.
This series just keeps getting better and better. These characters are wonderful. I love Jude, what a man. The future spouses of these heros are just as powerful and strong as the main characters. I love the suspense of each unique story. The best.
Eagerly awaited Irish Winters' newest book and it is well worth the wait. Finally have a strong heroine to match up with those alpha males in Alex's Team of Snipers. Won't give away any plot, but I have to say I think Jude was the perfect guy for such a strong woman as Cassidy. Had a bit of an issue with Jude's real name being used too soon by the cult members, but that is a minor editing issue. Overall, a great story and I highly recommend you read these books in order starting with Alex and Kelsey's story.
Loved this book...as I have loved all the others in the series. To be honest my all time favorite is ALEX...his story was so touching it stayed with me for days!! The others are great and anyone wanting to start an on going series this is the one to start!! You will not be disappointed in reading them!! Great job on the series Irish Winters....you sure have me as one of your faithful readers!!
5.0 out of 5 starsSeries continues to be brilliant!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 9, 2016
I just love an excuse to revisit the lives of the TEAM and once again Irish Winters has not disappointed. With a female lead this time in Cassidy the writing style was subtly different but the balance between bad ass and soft centre was just right. In her leading man, Jude, it is good to see the humble, ordinary man become extraordinary when faced with the need to protect those he holds dear. Brain washing by twisted "religious" cults with secret ulterior motives has been the plot line for many a story. What makes this stand out is that Ms Winters paints a complete story. There is no feeling of rushing to get through the plot with a quick tie up of loose ends in the last chapter. We go through many twists and turns and see old friends as well. Basically I loved it.