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    Another fine instalment

    Buchman’s 10th full novel in his Night Stalkers series, and 3rd in the 5E story arc is another winner. This book focuses on Drake Roman (5E gunner) and Nikita Hayward (DEVGRU and sole female representative of the US SEALs). Both characters were introduced in Target of the Heart and Target Lock on Love, and Target of Mine gives us a chance to revisit old friends in the 5E but mainly focuses on these two, together with Nikita’s Commander, Luke Altman, and 5E’s Zoe DeMille As this is also a crossover book with Cristin Harber’s Titan series (of which I am not familiar, so can’t comment on how well it fits there), it has a different focus than previous 5E books. The storyline calls for the above four to carry out an undercover / infiltration exercise, rather than the usual heli-centred storyline. There is still plenty of action & adrenaline, and it’s interesting to see our characters in different scenarios, with less input from the full 5E team. The only negative I have about this book is either a change in circumstances or a continuity error, relating to Luke Altman. In both Target of the Heart & Target Lock on Love he claims to be married – in both books he personally comments on his wife. Throughout this book he is portrayed as potentially single / next in line for his own book, and Nikita is quoted as saying ‘she didn’t think he had someone at home’ – but she was there on both occasions mentioned in Books 1 & 2. I would prefer to think Mr Buchman has a cunning plan in place for Luke’s situation to have changed so that he gets his own story, and that it’s not just an editing oversight. If the latter, then I can only blame Buchman’s superior writing skills, for causing the reader to become so caught up in his characterisation & storylines that we actually notice, or care, about such details. "I received a free copy of this title from the publisher in exchange for an honest review."

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