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  • Reload

    This book was an interesting read. I enjoyed it. The subject matter and characters were interesting. Nice read.

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  • Military/Romantic Suspense

    Reload by David McCaleb Red Ops Thriller #2 Before reading this book I searched online to find out what the first book in the series was about and found that Tony “Red” Harmon was in an elite spec ops group, had his mind “washed” of his brain enhancements and thought he was just the average guy with a wife, three children and a house in suburbia until an encounter in a parking lot triggered memories that must have caused much to happen because… Beginning book two, the one I am reviewing, Red and his family were visiting the home they were leaving to start a new life. Why leaving? Three weeks earlier a wet team came in to wipe them out but first they wanted to say goodbye to the place that had been home. While there Red finds a gun that he then asks Detective Carter to start investigating. He also asks Carter to try to find out who might have sent the wet team in. He is now the team leader of DET: 5 – his team of spec ops and we find out that his wife also works for the government but is employed by the CIA chasing financial trails. While settling into their new home trying the investigating begins to pay off but also brings more trouble to Red and his family. Throw in two side stories that are taking place in China and Korea that will eventually intersect with Red’s next Op and you have an intriguing story that concludes but without the “bad guy” found or brought in SO there will be another story in the series. This is an action-packed fast-paced book with much going on. It all comes together in the end but at times I wondered how it would all be tied together. As I read I felt this is probably a “guy story” – one that might make more sense to a guy…but I still enjoyed it and would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books-Lyrical Underground for the ARC – this is my honest review.

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