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    Fast read if you want to escape.

    This was an ok book, I really think it was too rushed. Which made it predictable, The characters were likable, I just wish the storyline was more developed. If your looking for a quick read its a few hours long.
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    A wonderful 5 star standalone romance with suspens

    Mission: Impossible to Surrender is the second book in the Impossible Mission series by Jacki Delecki. Although there are references to events which happened in the first book, this one is a stand-alone read. The author does a very good job of including necessary information of the plot of the previous story to allow the reader to enjoy the book separately. This novel is about Sophie, who spent time in Nepal following a kidnapping, and Finn, a friend of the family as well as a U.S. Navy SEAL. The story springs from the page like an agitated kangaroo with nonstop action until the very last page. There is wonderful character development and the intense plot will keep the reader engrossed. But it is also an adult romance. There are a few graphic bedroom scenes, with a steam level of 2 1/2 to 3. Well written and not raunchy scenes that add to the romantic features of the novel. Of course, there is the feel good ending of a HEA conclusion.
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    Another great book in this series

    This is the second book in this series and though it can be read as a stand alone I would recommend that you read the first nook "Mission Impossible to Resist" first as there is a large amount of info in that book that is relevant in the second book This is the story of Finn Jenkins and Sophie Dean they have history she was a spoilt daddy's girl who Finn walked away from years earlier now after years as a Navy seal he has returned and he finds that Sophie isn't the silly little girl that she used to be She now works in the humanitarian field and when danger threatens her wok she turns to the one man she can trust but will he be able to keep her safe. Get ready for a adrenaline filled ride as the book travels along at a cracking ace it has everything you could possible want in a story steam, suspense drama and danger and some hot brothers that may be future stories
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    Fast paced and suspenseful

    This fast-paced suspenseful novel grabs the reader's attention from the opening paragraph. Although the story is both exciting and romantic, I did find that it did a hop, skip and a jump from time to time, leaving me trying to figure out what had happened in the interim. Whilst Sophie Dean had redeemed herself after her wild college days, her reputation nevertheless precedes her. She has to work twice as hard to earn the respect of the public and her father and thinks she also has to win Finn's approval, not realising that she has always had it. Rescuing a young boy from his homeland, Sophie and Finn have their work cut out for them keeping ahead of those who like to destroy them. Despite being a strong-minded military man, Finn has a gentle heart and to the amusement of his friends, his feelings for Sophie are not as hidden as he had hoped. Sophie has been a spoilt princess in the past, but she has become quite capable of bringing her part to the rescue operation. Although the book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a very satisfactory conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.
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