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Image of At Any Cost [The NASSD Counter-Terrorist Agency 1]


Image of At Any Cost [The NASSD Counter-Terrorist Agency 1]

The first NASSD Counter-Terrorist Agency story is action-packed. The plot isn't new, but it has unexpected twists to keep you surprised. While the characters' unpredictable shift in behavior is confusing, the passion between the protagonists and the brisk pace make it enjoyable.

Rookie NASSD agent JT Turner wants to prove she's as capable as, or better than, her male counterparts. But all she does is screw up. Headquarters gives her one more chance with a deep undercover mission. Dan Weber is not happy about being partnered with a rookie agent in a bid to retrieve stolen technology, and the only thing as strong as his desire to remain a solo agent is his blistering attraction to his new partner. As the danger heats up and betrayals are discovered, Dan and JT must work together to survive. (SIREN, 2008, 320 pp., $13.99)
Reviewed by: 
Keitha Hart