Sherrilyn Kenyon, Cindy Gerard, Laura Griffin
Mass Market Paperback, 400 pages
Published September 28, by Pocket Star
Pocked Star Books
THESE HEROES ARE 100 PERCENT RAW, DANGEROUS, AND . . . UNDENIABLY SEXY. New York Times bestselling authors Sherrilyn Kenyon, Dianna Love, and Cindy Gerard and rising romance star Laura Griffin mix seduction and suspense in three irresistible romantic adventures. From sultry international jungles to the rugged terrain of the American Southwest, join the larger-than-life, scorching-hot alpha heroes of the Bureau of American Defense, Black Ops, Inc., and the U.S. Navy SEALs for all the pulse-pounding, heart-racing, toe-curling excitement. They’re cool under pressure, steamy under the sheets, and when the enemy strikes, there’s not a lethal mission these gorgeous men can’t handle. . . .
Just Bad Enough: Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love
Leave No Trace: Cindy Gerard
Unstoppable: Laura Griffin
My Ratings Overall
Review: 4 - A Pack Howl
Sexual: 3 - Hot!
A spicy tale where both the Hero and Heroine are keeping secrets from each other. Another great addition to the B.A.D. Agency Series. The writing is fast paced and the suspense is riveting. The sex is passionate and the relationship between the H/h is appealing.
LEAVE NO TRACE
Review: 5 - An Alpha Howl
Sexual: 2 - Steamy
A heart-pounding rescue that picked me up by the seat of my pants and didn’t set me down until the last page was turned. David Cavanaugh is a rock-hard hero who knows when he has reached his limit and isn’t afraid to admit defeat. GAWD -- he is so sworn worthy! Carrie Granger may be a Southern Belle, but she is no wilting daisy.
“Carrie.” His breath was warm against her lips as she lifted her face to his. “You don’t want to do this.”
“What I don’t want to do,” she whispered, standing on her tiptoes and wrapping both arms around his neck, “is regret that I didn’t.”
Review: 3 - One Good Howl
Sexual: 2 - Steamy
As a favor to his CO, a Navy SEAL on leave becomes the bodyguard of a nerdy forensic anthropologist. Suspense-lite and even lighter romance. Even so, this was a very enjoyable read.
Now, (you know me and anthologies.....) either authors are getting much better at writing short stories, or I’m more fortunate in picking anthologies. I initially borrowed this from the library, but since then have added it to my own library. Honestly, I only wanted to read JUST BAD ENOUGH by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love because I adore their B.A.D. Agency Series. Now, I’m kicking myself!!! I have had Ms. Gerard’s Black Ops Series on my TBR bookshelf for some time now. You know, waiting for that right moment to start the series --to get round to it.
This Anthology Rocked!