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Dangerous: Former Navy SEAL Clarence Wolfe’s unit was taken out with a land mine. Injured and devastated, he hasn’t been quite right since. Worse, the tragedy was no accident. All Wolfe wants now is to take down the man responsible. In the meantime, he’s good with being the muscle for the Deep Ops team—and leading a steamy no-strings-attached personal life. Until one intriguing woman changes everything . . .
Determined: Reporter Dana Mulberry is on a mission to avenge the death of a fellow journalist. She’s finally hot on a trail—right to a sex club—where she runs into . . . Wolfe? It seems both their leads have led to the same spot. To keep from blowing their covers, they’ll have to at least pretend to have a little fun. Trouble is, they genuinely like each other. And that’s way too risky for Wolfe, especially when, to his surprise, Dana agrees . . .
Complicated: Drawn to each other in ways they can’t understand, Wolfe and Dana keep it professional—until they’re shot at one night. And when their adventures land them both at the heart of corruption in D.C.—and at odds in their missions—they’ll have to dig deeper than ever to succeed in their quests—and with each other . . .
Praise for Hidden
“Sexy, sizzling, packed with action and danger—a real page turner.”
—New York Times bestselling author Kat Martin
“Explodes with action, spice and humor.”
“Fans of J. D. Robb and Karen Robards will love Zanetti's series
In the fiery, action-packed third romantic suspense novel of the Deep Ops series (after Fallen), Zanetti gleefully revisits the rough and ready (and sometimes ridiculous) Homeland Defense Department's band of merry misfits. This time the spotlight falls on Clarence Wolfe, the team's ex-military muscle. A man of action and few words, Wolfe takes a shine to investigative reporter Dana Mulberry, but worries she's too good for him. Dana returns Wolfe's feelings, but believes she has been "friend zoned." But when Dana's investigation into what happened to a fellow reporter who disappeared on the trail of a story collides with Wolfe's latest Deep Ops assignment while they're both undercover at an exclusive BDSM club, Wolfe brings Dana into the Deep Ops fold. Though there's no shortage of humor (including comic relief provided by Wolfe's alcoholic German shepherd), the plot takes some truly dark turns that may disturb squeamish readers as Dana and Wolfe work together to track at least one serial killer. Their chemistry inevitably ignites into all the blistering sex scenes fans expect, and Zanetti introduces some exciting new faces along the way. Series readers will be chomping at the bit for what comes next.
Couldn’t put it down!
Adorable drunk dog, idiotic heroine
I love the loyal, drunk, high heeled loving Roscoe. This author absolutely had a talent for humor, banter, absurd situations, and quirky characters including pets like Roscoe.
However, it was very hard to get past the sheer stupidity of Dana. She knew someone was trying to kill her, and she goes to a family wedding anyway without warning her family. There is a line in the book where after the fact she muses that huh, maybe she should not have gone to the wedding. ????? I’ve been reading a lot of novels lately where you’re supposed to root for the heroine because she’s willing to risk everything including her own life- which may sound admirable, but it really isn’t if by doing so you’re not only risking your own life because you are not trained as a SEAL or special agent capable of taking out psycho killers, but those of your loved ones who did not sign up for your idiocy.
Wolfe has been my favorite since the first book of the series... well, beside Roscoe. Roscoe is on a level all his own. That dog has brought more comedy to this series than any other animal in a book. I adore the animal.
This whole rag tag team is made up of some quirky characters. They have messed up in the eyes of their superiors one way or another. Wolfe is that big scary dude that also has woman wanting to cuddle him like a bear. What can I say, I love the weird. That's a big reason he's been my favorite from the start, even though I've enjoyed all the characters.
I usually struggle with journalist just because they always seem to get themselves in stupid situations and take no heed to their own safety. I didn't have the struggle with Dana, and that probably has more to do with Wolfe always covering her back. They made such a good team together and I adore how protective he is of her.
I'm happy to say that Wolfe stood up to my high expectations for his book. My heart just melted with a few scenes that made me love him more. So good!