“Love this story! There's nothing like a strong sexy woman and a hot hunky guy to make a great couple! Exciting adventure, hot sex, and even a little comedy thrown in (Mikey is a hoot!) makes for a great story.”
~ Fan review
Eric “LZ” O’Dwyer, a senior lieutenant stationed out of San Diego, is in command of his own helicopter detachment out of the HSM-75 Wolf Pack. Deployed off the coast of South America on a counterdrug operation, Eric jumps at the chance to take down a ruthless drug lord. But to do it, he’ll have to join forces with badass DEA Agent Nicole Gamboa.
Infiltrating the drug lord’s mansion is crucial to the mission, and to pull it off, Eric and Nicole have to play out an intimate scene together that leaves them both reeling. In the aftermath, Eric wants to foster something real with Nicole, but there is a secret part of Nicole’s life that makes a relationship impossible.
The mission erupts again, and Nicole and Eric end up relying on each other in ways they’d never predicted. The stakes are raised to their highest when the drug lord gains the upper hand, and living or dying hinges on a final showdown between Nicole and her past…and whether Eric can get to her in time!
Content warning: contains profanity and adult situations.
The story kept me on the edge of my seat, it was hard to stop and go to bed. I could have read all night. Loved the sexual tension
beyond the call of duty
Awesome read!! Could not put this book down. Great characters with suspense and humor with steamy good sex!!
Laughing from the first sentence!
I've enjoyed Tracy's other series, Bloodline, and took a bit of a jump to see what this one offered. And WOW was I glad I did! I LOVE love love her strong, sassy lead females and brooding men who have to work for what they want without pissing off (too bad) their intended love interest! The setting is interesting and the technical lingo is a bit confusing at first which makes the glossary very handy if you aren't familiar with the military aviation world. The chemistry is great, the supporting characters have substance and the conflicts are believable. A+