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Publisher's Summary

The sexy heroes of Black Ops, Inc., a covert private security team, sizzle in New York Times best-selling author Cindy Gerard's electrifying new romantic suspense series.

The sultry heat...

Only two things can compel journalist Jenna McMillan back to Buenos Aires after terrorists held her captive there just months before: a rare interview with a shadowy billionaire and the memory of the dark and dangerous man who saved her.

Hides the deadliest threats...

Bad guys, bombs, and bullets are Gabriel Jones' way of life. But he'll never forget the brash redhead he rescued not so long ago - or the passionate kiss they shared before he sent her packing.

And exposes the deepest desires.

Now, forced together by a bombing at the National Congress, Jenna and Gabe confront the urgent longings that simmer between them. But this surprise meeting is no coincidence. A ruthless enemy stalks them with deadly precision. The question is, if they make it out alive, will Gabe turn his back on Jenna again?

©2008 Cindy Gerard (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Couldn't Care Less About the Heroine

Holy bananas Jenna is so whiny and immature. By three hours in to the book I was checking how much time was left and hoping it would be over soon. I can honestly say I have never done that before, and though Gabe was a little more compelling, i never truly gave a crap about their relationship. I mean really he could do a lot better.
Then they hatch this completely tropey "smoke out the bad guy" plan and of course it fails - but suddenly gave can take down the guy's whole army by himself? It just seems like lazy and sloppy writing, especially compared to others in the genre like Brockmann and Clare.

Definitely not continuing the series.

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Great Voice

Narrator did an awesome job! Story was pretty good. Didn't love it. Didn't hate it.