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  • Romantic Suspense

    Seconds to Sunrise by Nico Rosso Black Ops Automatik #3 April Banks, military widow, has clawed her way back from the darkness creating a website to help and support other military widows. Her site has been hacked and Automatik, fearing trouble for her, are keeping a protective eye on her. James Sant and his partner are on the scene when thugs accost her and save her from a thumping. Then, James talks her into leaving with him. She worms her way into the operation and becomes a member of the team rather quickly and then there are road trips to potential sites the hacker might be hiding, meet-ups with a friend of hers and some of his, some action scenes with baddies and an eventual location of and taking out of the hacker. I kept thinking this book did not grab me quite as much as the first two books in the series – ones I rated highly at five stars. I am sitting here thinking about why I am going to give this book a three and have decided it is because this book didn’t feel quite as believable, didn’t have the character development of April that I needed and the romance between the April and James didn’t flow as easily and warmly as I had hoped. I guess I didn’t FEEL the connection for some reason. That said, the story is well written, action scenes are intense and gripping to read, interaction with the teammates was fine and it was fun to see them again. Perhaps with a bit more fleshing out of April’s backstory and a bit more chemistry before the bedding I would be able to rate this higher than a three but it was still a good story and fun to read. Thank you to NetGalley and Carina Press for the ARC. This is my honest review. 3 Stars

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  • Phenomenal

    Love it. And was engaged from beginning to end. I was so intrigued from how April and James wouldn't have a conversation to being together in fighting of these hackers. Keep them coming

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