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by Catherine Mann

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Sensuality: HOT

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Mann's fans adore her military romances, and this latest Dark Ops novel is sure to please. Her charming hero is equally matched by a heroine who is as unique and strong as she can be. Mann proves she's a force to be reckoned with in the military romance genre with an unexpected and compelling plot. The only shortcoming is a cliched villain whose actions feel as if they're out of a comic book. But her other characters are incredible, and the plot is fantastic.

Investigator Jill Walczak is searching for a serial killer who's using Area 51 and its myths and history to build his persona. On a search, she comes across Sgt. Mason Randolph, a notorious flyboy with a reputation for putting notches in his bedpost. Jill vows not to succumb to his charms. When the two are exposed to toxic fallout from a nearby experiment, they attract the killer's attention.

With Jill apparently the killer's next target, Mason can't let her handle this investigation on her own. As the case heats up, so does their passion. Can they unravel the clues before someone they love dies? (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jan., 304 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton


Published: January 2010

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