Black Ops, Inc. operative Luke - Doc Holliday - Colter is taking some much needed down-time, making his way across the Peruvian Andes via rail, when banditos attack the moving train in the midnight hours. It soon becomes apparent that robbery is not their intent but the abduction of super model Valentina, who is traveling incognito while recovering from a public scandal involving her ex-husband, high profile US Senator, Marcus Chamberlin. Luke whisks Valentina off the train in a daring escape but the two of them become the targets of a relentless manhunt. Enlisting the aid of Luke's BOI teammates, they soon discover that Val's intended abduction is linked to a plot put in play by an international gun smuggling alliance. The BOI team led by Luke, with Val along as a necessary pawn, must race halfway around the world to thwart a ruthless attack that would not only result in a devastating loss of life but destroy a tenuous peace the US and her allies have established in a vastly unstable part of the world.
Would you listen to With No Remorse again? Why?
Yes. The male narrator did a great job and it was solidly written.
What other book might you compare With No Remorse to and why?
Any Toni Anderson or Suzanne Brockmann book.
Which scene was your favorite?
The Airport Goodbye Scene
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
The Narrator - Douglas Berger - had an amazing voice that sounded very Bradley Cooperish in "American Sniper". I was hooked. The book was well written and the characters had dimension so their humor and banter came through in his narration. The Military tech side seemed solid and the men seemed believable in their work. This is what a Romantic Suspense should feel like. Loads of action, romance and thrills. Great Alpha men and feisty women. It plot felt little far fetched at times but that wasn't a deal breaker as it added to its rollercoaster fun and made it seem a little like an Indy Jones movie. Great entertainment.