I read my first Monette Michaels book, Eye of the Storm, about a year ago and didn’t review it for the RT site because I wasn’t sure what kind of rating I would give it. First in the Security Specialists International series, the story was jam packed with action, adventure and sex, which is right up my alley, however, the story’s plot and characterization was so far fetched that at several points throughout the story, I looked up from my reading to mutter, “What the what?”
Eye of the Storm starts out with the kick ass heroine, Keely Walsh, single handedly taking on South American terrorists in order to get to her brother and his team of SSI agents who are in the jungle on an intelligence mission. Betrayed by someone higher up in the Department of Defense, the former military men are sitting ducks for some very bad guys coming after them. Guns blazing (and I mean guns, plural — no wimpy lady here, folks) Keely battles her way to a remote outpost where she out thinks and out shoots everyone in order to save the day.
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