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    Great read

    This is the third book in Julie Rowe's Outbreak Task Force series and I think it's one of the best. This story takes us on a wild ride as CDC agents nurse Joy Oshiro and Dr. Gunner Anderson attempt to track down the source of the current deadly outbreak and bring down the responsible parties. Suspense is high with lots of action as these two race the clock while trying not to be the next targets. I definitely recommend this one.
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    Loved!

    This is a fast paced romantic suspense novel that I just loved. Joy is a former military trauma nurse that was assigned to be Gunner's partner at the CDC. Gunner is a former Doctors Without Borders physician who doesn't tolerate ignorant people and has earned a reputation as difficult to work with. Almost immediately, Joy and Gunner get along and seem to understand each other. Joy and Gunner are tasked with investigating the cause of a major illness outbreak at a fraternity. Before long, they are frightened by what they find. A multi agency approach forces them to work with FBI and Homeland Security agents, some of whom are actively working against them. As they spar with their co-workers, they continue to investigate a case that seems to get dramatically worse every day. I was hooked from the very first page and found myself turning pages just as quickly as possible and couldn't put it down until the very end. Fans of the genre will love this book. While this is part of a series, this is a stand alone novel, however, it's so good that you really owe it to yourself to read them all. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    4.5⭐ An excellent read.

    Sleight of Hand was an excellent read. That grabbed me from the start and kept me hooked throughout. Thanks to terrific characters, who are both battered and bruised from their previous jobs and a storyline that had plenty of action and suspense. Not to mention deadly infectious disease and a plot that starts simple, but develops into a crazy edge of your seat read. That I couldn't get enough off. Which is why I would happily recommend it to others. **I was kindly provided with an ARC via Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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    a four-star read you will want to play

    Sleight of Hand by Julie Rowe a four-star read you will want to play. This is book three in the Outbreak Task Force series, but they can al be read as stand-alone, this was my first novel in the series and it really was stand-alone. The drama and romance where great and the twists will have you guessing, this read gave me such a great story that I have just gone and bought the rest of the series to go back and catch up on. Joy and Gunner just had a great chemistry and biology to them.
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    They make a great "team"

    This is the third book in the series for the Outbreak Task Force series, and I loved this one the best so far! Joy Oshiro (a combat medic) and Dr. Gunner Anderson (Doctors without borders) come together to head up the CDC investigation of a deadly bacteria. The banter in this was fantastic! I loved the ribbing and the push/pull of Gunner and Joy. The storyline was so good and kept me engaged throughout the whole book! I enjoyed the way each of their history was thread into this book so you understood each of their pasts. The supporting characters were perfectly included as well! Overall, I really enjoyed Sleight of Hand by Julie Rowe and would totally recommend it! She does a wonderful job keeping you on the edge. There was some heat and heartbreak, some intensity, mystery and death. Looking forward to the next book in the series! 4.5 stars
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