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  • A great heroine!

    The Omega Sector's intense and riveting fight for survival continues as Damien Freihof has made it his mission in life to make the members of the Omega Sector suffer like he has suffered. Damien Freihof has made the battle personal, and it seems that the elite agency is crumbling under the attacks coming from all sides. Most of the characters in this story are old acquaintances in the series, and I would recommend reading the previous books before reading this one, to grasp the whole picture. Not just with the malice, Damien Freihof is causing, but the female lead is also introduced previously, and to get the whole backstory, in my opinion, is rather important in this case. Keira Spencer is an amazing heroine. She is as genuine as they come, she is a tough and strong woman, she is not afraid to stand up for herself, she is a survivor, and she is a role model, philanthropist, smart, independent lady who has learned the hard way to take care of herself. Keira is my favorite part of the story, she won my heart over when she was first introduced, and she was shining in this tale, as well. I liked Keira and Roman Weber together, they seemed to have such a special, good, solid, sizzling, connection at the beginning of the tale. The chemistry was there, the spark was more like an inferno, and they both were really into each other. Until they were not. One of my pet peeves in romance novels is the grown people who let their meddling parents influence their lives, especially if those parents are snobbish, arrogant, and/or condescending like Roman's mother. I'm not going to get more into details so I don't give away anything, but his mother never won me over, after everything she did. And Roman, well, there's a rant here that would give away the whole suspense plot of the story, so I just say that he is a very lucky man, indeed. Ah, do not get me wrong I did enjoy the book. I was clued into the story, it is compelling, it touched my emotions and broke my heart a bit. It is engrossing, filled with twists, and it fast paced even though it takes over a longer period of a time. The story is filled with dangerous attacks, that puts some of our favorite characters into life and death situations, that had me gasping, and worried sick for their survival. I enjoyed the story immensely, it was a great continues to the series, and I can't wait to read the last installment, next month, to find out how it all will be solved. And Keira, she will definitely go to the hall of fame as one of my favorite heroines of all times. That survival instinct accompanied by the desire and will to help and better other people's lives, the smarts and guts, she is a true 'shero' and every time I think of her, the song Super Woman by Alicia Keys plays in my mind. She deserves all the best in the world, and at the end, Roman might just grow to fit that spot perfectly. What will happen to the Omega Sector? Will it crumble and fall at the multiple of attacks by the criminal mastermind? Are they able to catch the killer, the one person who has hurt them and their loved ones? Will there be Omega Sector left after Damien Freihof is done and ready with them? The hurt and injured agents that we have grown to care for, what will be their future and destiny, will the recover fully, will they all survive? So many questions left open at the end, and I can't wait to find out what will happen! ~ Four Spoons

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