It took only one second for the mission to get completely screwed up. A crackerjack sniper, A.J. Cooper, is battling both nerves over her first real T-FLAC mission and the memory of a training mission gone horribly wrong. When she misses her one shot at taking out known terrorist Fazur Raazaq, A.J. is humiliated and desperate to redeem herself.

The backup plan has to undergo a major revamp when it's learned that Raazaq has gotten hold of stolen Russian biochemical agents. Team leader Kane Wright decides to use his cover as a photographer and A.J.'s stunning good looks to get playboy Raazaq's attention. Kane and A.J. know he's planning something big in Egypt, and an upcoming secret meeting of heads of state would be the optimal target.

T-FLAC is back and taking on the really deadly and dangerous jobs. In this chapter, it is Kane Wright's turn to face dangers to both himself and his heart. Rip-roaring adventure and passion. (Sep., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith