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    Only one part of the book that I did not like. And that is the injury of Sean Dunphy. And I have to wait to the next book to see what type of damage he has!
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    Love this series, I would recommend them, great reading, couldn't put it down
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    Thrilling conclusion to the series

    With Hunter, Gage, and Sean all paired off, it's time for Blake's story in the Titanium Security series. We also get some follow-up on the characters we have have come to know in the first 3 books, as well as what is obviously a plot-laying for a story involving big boss Alex and his ex, Grace. The heroine is smart and proficient at her job, a former Marine and mechanic who takes a job with Titanium for financial reasons and more importantly... to get close to Blake. Her late brother was best friends with Blake, and she has known him - and loved him- for years. My only objection to the inner monologue of Jordyn is that as a former Marine and some kind of specialist in the marksmen department, I doubt she would be having thoughts about being so glad that the guys accept her as one of their own, and all that crap. She'd be all business, doing her damn job just like all the others, and not having her thoughts imply that she is somehow a second-class operative to those guys. I don't doubt that female soldiers in these circumstances- the few that there are - DO have to prove their worth to their comrades, I just doubt that their inner thoughts are of the "I'm so glad they accept and respect me" variety. The subtext here is that the guys, the heroine, and the author herself thinks that women in battle are kind 3/4 of a soldier...like "pretty good, you know, for a woman". While I respect the author's research and her dedication to honouring military personnel with her stories, I think that in some ways her crafting of this story does female military members a disservice. Unlike her Bagram series, where 2 of the women were pilots, and so had only had the most basic weapon training compared to the SEALs they were romantically linked to, this female character was a full-on Marine for four years. It should not ever be implied that she is any less able than the men, since it's doubtful to me that any real Marine would be. This is a nagging annoyance of mine, but overall the story is well-paced and gripping, and picks up right where Sean and Zahra's story ends.

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