Sundown by Susan May Warren

About The Book:

Former Delta Operative Colt Kingston knows when someone is lying. He may not know the truth, but he sure doesn’t trust Tae, the mysterious woman his family rescued from an Alaskan blizzard. Behind those beautiful blue eyes, Colt can tell there is a troubled–and smart–woman.

A few of her stories prove true–they found the crashed plane and the dead body inside. Still, her tale of survival seems too incredible to believe . . . until the thugs she claims to be hunting her across Alaska show up and threaten Sky King Ranch. Now Tae must disappear, along with her secrets.

Colt will have to track her down and earn her trust before it’s too late. It’ll take the entire family to save the world from disaster.

My Thoughts:

This series has been a thrill ride and this book was packed full of action and danger. From the previous book I knew that Colt was an adrenaline junkie and he definitely lived up to the hype. The plot was fast moving and there were plenty of intense moments. This book heavily featured all of the Kingston men. The reader switches from different POVs while still tackling the over arching plot, I do wish it had been a little more centrally focused on Colt, but it was nice to get more from Doge and Ranger’s perspectives. I did not connect with Tae at all. I had a hard time visualizing her as a competent and capable doctor who had the skill set to create a life saving vaccine. She was emotional, didn’t often use common sense, and I just didn’t think she and Colt had any chemistry.

About halfway through this book I began to struggle with it. The plot became super unrealistic as multiple characters from previous books just pop up to help. Without giving spoilers I can just say that the amount of dangerous situations was a bit over the top for my taste and the book took a turn that I was hoping it would not. Personally I’m ready to move on from plots that heavily feature mentions of infectious diseases, vaccines, and bio weapons. Too soon kids, too soon. There were several long action scenes that were detailed and I got bogged down in the descriptions. The conclusion wrapped everything up nicely however and I am a sucker for a happy ending, especially in a series.

*I was given a copy of this book by the Publisher, however I was not required to write a positive review.

Targeted

About The Book:

In On the Run, Lynette Eason introduces you to IT Specialist Daria Nevsky, a highly skilled FBI agent with the ability to hack any computer. She must go on the run to find out who wants her dead–and Dr. Ryker Donahue refuses to let her do it alone.

In Deadly Objective, Lynn H. Blackburn throws physical therapist Emily Dixon and Secret Service Agent Liam Harper into an impossible situation. They don’t know why the vice president’s son seems to be in the crosshairs of a killer, but they’ll sacrifice anything to keep him safe.

In Caught in the Crosshairs, Natalie Walters pits former Army PSYOPS officer Ari Blackman against his colleague, CIA officer Claudia Gallegos, when Claudia is implicated in the murder of a Saudi prince. Can he prevent a coup that would put America at risk?

My Thoughts:

On The Run by Lynette Eason

I loved this fast paced thrill ride featuring one of the most memorable side characters from previous books, Daria Nevsky. The action was non stop and the intensity was high and the romance aspect was perfect for the situation and characters! This novella was well paced and I didn’t feel cheated out of story for the amount of pages we were given! I really enjoyed every action filled minute!

Deadly Objective by Lynn Blackburn

This story did not disappoint! This was exactly the kind of story I think of when I hear a plot involves the Secret Service! The danger was unpredictable and the romance was a perfect blend of sarcasm and banter! The characters personality really shines through in the dialogue and pair that with some intense danger and you have a story they keeps me turning the pages! I really loved this story and could not get enough of Liam, Emily and also Mason!

Caught in the Crosshairs by Natalie Walters

Action, chemistry, and banter! Oh my! I could not get enough of this feisty duo! This story was everything I wanted it to be! Danger at each turn and a sarcastic one liner to follow! Natalie Walters did a great job of drawing me in as a reader to this plot, while delivering action and an absolutely enticing budding romance between Ari and Claudia. My only complaint is wanting more of this story because I was totally loving the chemistry between Ari and Claudia and I would have read 100 more pages!

* I was given a copy of this book by the Publisher, however I was not required to write a positive review.