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  • Love is a risk

    This is the 6th book in the highly acclaimed Alpha Ops series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. This is a great series, and those who read in order will find it is easier to understand and enjoy. Malone "Mal" and Abby meet when he cannot take just watching her anymore. He sets up a chance for her to rescue him. She takes the bait. Abby is a CIA agent keeping watch on the Russian/Ukraine border. Her father does not know she is a fully trained field agent. He sends Mal to watch over his daughter. The banter is so much fun in this book! The pace moves along nicely. I love the heat between these two. They really are a match with a great HEA! ***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publisher in exchange for an honest review only.

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  • Perfect for anyone who loves a fast-paced read

    What happens when an ex-SAS officer and a CIA agent join forces to prevent the start of World War III? Fireworks, of course and lots of action, danger and intrigue. Malone Garrett has seen a lot of action in his lifetime, but his current assignment is certainly not one of those. In fact, it's the single most boring assignment of his life because his charge leads the dullest life going from her apartment to the orphanage she works at on the Ukraine-Russia border and back, with only the occasional shopping trip or a run to break the monotony of her day. Until one day she doesn't and he finds himself drawn into a web of international intrigue and will need to work with her to prevent a war that could pit Russia against the rest of the world. Abby Baston enjoys her work at the Ukrainian orphanage, even though it's a cover for her real job as a CIA officer. Her anger at the guy who rocked her world and turned out to be her father's employee sent to watch over her takes a backseat when her surveillance exposes a game of sleight of hand by the Russians with potentially far-reaching consequences. With little to no back-up, Abby blackmails Malone into helping her avert an international incident, but with the poor weather conditions and their inability to reach the outside world, their chances of success look bleak. Malone and Abby strike sparks off each other when they first meet and even the animosity between them when she discovers his real identity does little to minimize the attraction between them. Abby is a little hard to like initially, but she gradually grew on me. She was resourceful, passionate and determined to see her mission through. Malone on the other hand was something of a wise-ass in an amusing way, poking at Abby as a way of expressing his feelings for her. He's always been detached, but with Abby he can't seem to maintain that detachment and he's finally met the one woman who'll bring him to his knees. As usual, Ms. Curtis captivates with how she weaves romance, espionage and intrigue into a high-octane ride, with characters that keep you entertained and wraps it up with a dose of sweetness at the end. RISK OF EXPOSURE was an engrossing read, perfect for anyone who loves the rush that comes from a fast-paced read. Disclaimer: I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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