Hi there… welcome to Scorching Book Reviews
Saturday reads is a Meme hosted here on Scorching Book Reviews. Here we tell readers the book we have read this week that has captured our hearts the most. It could be a new read, an old read or one not out just yet.
To join in this blog hop meme:
- Create your post
- Copy and Paste the Meme header into your post (or create your own)
- Tell your readers which book you have read this week which you recommend to your readers the most. It could be a new read or an old read.
- Post it
- Copy and Paste the link to your post into the linky tool at the very bottom of the post.
- Hop through the rest of the links there. Who knows, there may be something that you find you love!
An exciting new series featuring Mike “Primetown” Brown, a character from her popular “Black Ops, Inc.” series.
For the seven years after Operation Slam Dunk went south, Mike Brown got drunk on each anniversary. The eighth year was no different–until he was drugged by a woman and woke up to her questions about what had happened eight years ago in Afghanistan.
CIA attorney Eva Salinas has her own theory behind what happened to Mike’s team–which included her husband–in Afghanistan eight years ago, and she’s determined to prove foul play. Though she doesn’t trust him, Mike is the only person she can turn to for help. Under an assumed name, Eva convinces Mike to assemble a new team and go after the traitor who screwed up both their lives. As they track down the rogue who started it all, Eva and Mike discover they can’t live without each other. But can they stay alive while an enemy is still on the loose?
This was one of my highly anticipated reads of this year because I simply adore the Cindy Gerard BOI series. After meeting Primetime in Joe’s book, I obviously wanted to see more.. I always love to see a cocky, good-looking man meet his match 🙂 Though the start was so slow I was tempted to put it down, it started to heat up around 20% in and fast became the book I expected. It was full of action, passion and characters that grab you into their tales. I loved both Primetime and Eva … I never should have doubted a suspense writer as fabulous as Cindy Gerard.