Kevin MacDonald’s been in love with linguist Lucky San Ramos since the moment he first saw her. Kev let the better man have her when his teammate fell for her too. But now Marco’s dead, and Lucky’s in grave danger.
When Kev is tasked with bringing her back to HOT HQ for an explosive mission to capture a terrorist, Lucky fights him at every step. It’s not easy being forced to work with the man she once loved while also battling her deep guilt over marrying the one she didn’t.
As the mission grows more dangerous, secrets from the past get harder to keep. When the truth’s finally exposed, their love will either rise from the ashes—or burn completely away. If they survive an enemy’s deadly plan…
The Hostile Operations Team is a covert military Black Ops unit. Their motto is Where None Dare. H.O.T. operators come from all branches of the military. The only criteria for membership: they must be the best of the best!
**Start reading HOT today and enjoy an action-packed, seriously romantic and steamy-good-fun military romantic suspense. Each book can be read as a standalone (though you might enjoy them in order). No cliffhangers and a guaranteed happily-ever-after ending!
"...one of those must read black ops series that is as good as Maya Banks & Cindy Gerard!" -- Just Plain Sassy
"Seriously is there a hotter series out there in this genre? Because if there is, I don't know about it. I have loved these books from book 1 and they are only getting better and better not to mention hotter!!!" -- Goodreads
"The sexy, bad-ass, hotter than hot, more kick-ass then 007 and Bruce Willis ever will be men of HOT are back!! Once again the author has created a masterpiece filled with loads of action, drama, intense passion, guns blazing, car chasing, fight to stay alive, uncovering of secrets and mind-blowing awesomeness." -- Contemporary Romance Reviews
"The Hostile Operations Team is back in action and things just keep getting hotter!" - Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy
"This is an intense book - plan on undivided reading time for the last few chapters (I had to put it down and it just about killed me!)" - Kame, The Book Queen Blog
"This is an amazing military romantic suspense read and wonderfully written. I highly recommend this book - so give it a try!" - Twin Sisters Rockin' Reviews
"You know what I love about the HOT series, besides the hot, alpha, smart, loyal and brave military men?? The kickass women they end up with." -- Goodreads
"...great 4th novel in this wickedly good series and it is filled with lots of action, drama, angst, and oh did I mention the steamy filled scenes that will not only scorch your panties, but leave you begging for more.... Can't wait till my next fix, in what I will once again declare is one of my all time favorite series..." -- Goodreads
"Another hit, by Mrs. Harris. This book has it all!" -- Goodreads
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I look forward to reading about the rest of the team.
Kev has had a thing for Lucky since he first met her a few years ago, but he didn’t feel he could give her what she needed so he stepped aside and let his best friend get the girl. Now he is forced back into her life on orders he doesn’t want or agree with. Lucky’s life has been a struggle since she suffered a very traumatic event, and on top of that her husband was later killed on a mission with HOT. Now she is being recalled to active duty to help find a terrorist, and forced into close proximity to the one man she can’t have. Will they be able to keep their feelings under wraps and stay at a distance? Will their guilt and past issues cause problems in their current mission? This was another enjoyable read from this author.
The storyline was good, captivating and interesting but this line really threw me off. It read “Her hair was more brown than gold, her skin olive whereas theirs was milky pale.”
What's wrong with brown hair and darker skin? Seriously? Being white and blonde is so much better right? Please choose your words wisely unless the book is made for a particular audience. Otherwise, I liked the characters and how the story flowed but the hidden innuendos in some lines are just plain wrong and biased.