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  • right on the mark

    this was a good read took a while for the main character to come into her oats. was a lot of intrigue, a mild romance and family secrets reveled.

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  • Disappointing!

    The premise was ok but the book was a very slow read. The author could've shorten the story quite abit. The main characters were hard to connect with.

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  • Good Premise

    What do you do when you discover that everything you thought you knew about your father is a lie? He’s not a boring salesman. He’s a covert agent taking on tasks for money that the U.S. government wants to be able to disavow if they go wrong. This is the situation that Tara and her brother find herself in when they get news that their father had died while on a business trip. Unfortunately for their father’s government handlers, the news comes before the government can stop them from discovering a secret office in their house with an arsenal of weapons and a mission plan that appears to show that their father snuck into Cuba to extract a criminal by extra-legal means. Tara, an ex-Marine, and her teenaged geeky brother decide to go rescue him. Frankly, from the moment the two enter Cuba, the novel lost all plausibility for me. It was fun, but nothing seemed even remotely realistic. That being said, the authors carefully set up a cliffhanger ending that was very successful—so much so that I’d like to read the next book to see what happens.

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  • The Mercenarys Daughtet

    This is one of the most exciting books I have read. Characters amazing and famiLy bonds very special. Hope to see a followup.

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