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Karsyn's Kickass Jocoserious, Kooky, Jannock book blog: Book Review: Risk of Exposure by Emmy Curtis

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Book Review: Risk of Exposure by Emmy Curtis

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The Book:

The Blurb:

He is a trained professional-but nothing can prepare him for the hottest mission of his life. Assigned to protect his boss's daughter, British former SAS operative Malone Garrett breaks the first rule of covert surveillance-don't make contact. And especially don't take your mark out to dinner, then agree to a rooftop quickie. But now that Mal has Abby in his arms, he has no intention of ever letting her go.

Abby Baston told herself it was a hit and quit, a one-nighter with a hot, handsome stranger whose hands were trained to take action. Working undercover for the CIA, she can't risk anything more. But when an international crisis ignites, Abby must make a call: trust Mal with her secret-and her heart-and partner up, or lose everything in a split second . . .

The Review:

Completed May 08, 2016
162 page ebook

Received from NetGalley for my honest review.

The most recent book in the enjoyable "Alpha Ops" series. It was finally Mal's turn to get his story and while it wasn't my favorite one, it was enjoyable. I do like Mal as a character and I liked Abby as well, I just don't like (as always) when people lie and that's what he did a while to her and what she does in her life. But, that's how it had to be for this story, and it was good, just not great for me.

The actual story about what Abby was doing was pretty boring. I didn't really care for that part. It was dull and slow moving until near the end. But I liked the relationship part of it, how they met and even before they met while Mal was trailing her.

The end was my favorite part. I loved how they came back together, it was so cute and I liked the epilogue that gave us a look into their lives a bit later. Definitely a cute couple and a good story.

I recommend this series for fans of romantic suspense. The guys are all touch and set in their ways until the women come along and bring them to their knees. It's always fun to read these stories where the guys fall when they weren't expecting to. Great enjoyable series.

Setting = B
Plot = B+
Conflict = B
Characters = A
Theme = A

The Rating:

Really Liked it, a really good book! (3.5 stars)

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