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    excellent sequel

    This is for me a great sequel from the previous book and I enjoyed this even more. A great story with great characters Andy and Carol are both likable and well developed. The author really great describes their chemistry and how they are easily drawn to each other and how they see the real her/him and not just the mask they are showing to the world. The story continues where the previous left us and that is finding the mole in the CIA. The story is full of mystery, unexpected twist, action, suspense and hot action between Carol and Andy. I loved how the story untangles and I hope that another will be just as good as this one. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    Intriguing & Enjoyable

    Assassin Games was an enjoyable read. That had a nice sprinkling of romance and a storyline that had plenty of intrigue, pockets of action and a couple of twists. Yet, I did struggle to get into it, and I found the first half particularly slow going. But the pace certainly picked up as the story progressed and it was an engaging read, but honestly, I was expecting more. Still, I never once felt lost or confused by having not read the first book in this series, and I would certainly read the next one. And I'd happily recommend this story to others. Especially if you like a good spy story, with a touch of romance thrown in. **I was kindly provided with an ARC by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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    Assassins, Romance, Cold and worth you time.

    Assassin Games comes across as part of a series of book with the mention of many different characters and past stories that I felt like should know. Start to finish this book will take readers on a wild ride filled with deep rooted government conspiracy that will keep readers wanting more. The relationship between Anderson Gratney (Andy) and Carol Sark quick romance with the HEA but the adventure, action and gun battles keeps readers falling in love with Carol over and over again. Character development is fast paced as the story but the author Sidney Bristol is able to create 3-D characters that come to life popping off the pages until the story ends with a question. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher Amara for the advance copy of Sidney Bristol Assassin Games
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    Trust is the only thing that can keep them alive !

    With this installment in her Tarnished Heroes Series, Sidney Bristol keeps the tempo going. Carol works for the CIA through she is just an analyst, her father was a legend in the bureau. And was murdered doing his job. Carol has been working on an undercover assignment. Only her boss knows about her involvement. There is a mole in their ranks and it's her job to find out who. Somehow that mole has found out about her. She needs protection until she can complete analyzing the data. When Andy is given the assignment. Something about her even from a picture intrigues him. He decides the best plan is to do what's called a soft meet. Meet her as someone else to get a feel for her. Hoping that this will help when he kidnaps her. She ’ll at least recognize him even if it is as Mark. He meets her as Mark and then they start texting. Andy can’t help himself and Carol feels the same pull. So when she wakes up in a strange place she starts to put things together. She's been taken and not sure if Andy who met her as Mark is a good guy or a bad one. This is where the fun begins. They now can trust only each other. Him being a spy and her being to him a pencil pusher is going to make this interesting. On top of everything else, they are falling for each other. So hang on because this just became a very bumpy ride. The characters are well developed and the flow is perfect. The ending is a surprise I did not see coming.
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