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    I have mixed feelings.....

    What worked for me: I liked the idea of assembling a motley crew of law enforcement officials, mental health providers and yes, even convicted felons to work the most undesirable and heinous cases threatening the livelihood of society. Every single one of the assembled team has one defining screw-up in their careers/lives that’s sentenced them to this new task force. It’s equal parts exasperating and comical. I especially loved Roscoe, a whiskey drinking German Shepherd with a high-heel fetish and a plethora of other hidden quirks. I literally laughed out loud at his antics. What didn’t work for me: Pippa is a very delicate and damaged heroine. She’s scared of her own shadow and her character is overshadowed by the hero Malcolm—often referred to as Mal. Pippa escaped a cult after years of mental, physical and psychological abuse. She’s not strong and she is afraid of Mal for the first part of the book. I felt she was uninteresting and easily forgettable. And then there’s Mal. He’s a very damaged undercover cop that’s perfected the art of lying. 99% of his interaction with Pippa is deceitful. I never got the sense of him having genuine feelings for her until the very end of the story. I didn’t like Mal’s character at all. Pippa’s character was also living a lie because she’s in hiding from the cult. I didn’t like that the relationship was based on lies. It rubbed me the wrong way from the beginning and made it difficult to stay engaged in the story. What also really bugged me were the issues I had with the speed in which Mal and Pippa got together. What kept me interested in the story were the secondary characters. Overall, it was just an okay read. Yes, I had a lot of problems with it but that won’t stop me from reading the series. I’m looking forward to the next book. I just hope the hero/heroine are more evenly matched. ***I voluntarily read a copy of the book generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own***
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    Hidden

    Strange but interesting. Some sexual scenes. Story had twists & turns.
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    Action, secrets and the makings of a found family.

    A woman on the run from a cult. A man looking for some peace after an op goes sideways. A new group named Homeland Defense Department that knows a cult is up to no good. And a whiskey drinking dog that loves Jimmy Choos. I have the ebook, but I got the audio book from the library. Action, secrets and the makings of a found family. A good read/listen. I needed more of Roscoe, the dog.
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    Would recommend

    I hope trixie gets a book too, lived this book can't wait for more!
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    Entertaining!

    We've got a cult, a shut-in, an ex-detective, an alcoholic german sheppard, a Wolfe that keeps a kitten in his pocket and a newly established government team consisting of rejected law enforcement. What is not to love about this combination? This book had it all from romance, action, comedy, and some serious stuff going down. I loved it! This group of people and animals kept me highly entertained. The action was pretty exciting and the serious stuff had me wanting to jump in and take some people down. This was a great start to a new series and I can NOT wait for Wolfe's story! Call me crazy, but I kinda love the crazy men. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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