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Deep Cover (Selena McCaffrey #2)

3.42 of 5 stars 3.42  ·  rating details  ·  57 ratings  ·  8 reviews
UNDERCOVER–AND TOTALLY EXPOSED . . .

Tall, lithe Selena McCaffrey turns heads on the streets–and hides an assassin’s knife beneath her clothes. In another life, Selena would have chosen a peaceful career as a painter. But as a child, fate plunged her into a fight for survival–and a trusted father-figure forced her into a life of crime.

Now the feds want Selena to go underco...more
ebook, 400 pages
Published December 18th 2007 by Dell (first published November 29th 2005)
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Netha
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Temri
I had trouble with this book and speed-read the second half. Why? Because I was unable to identify with the heroine in regards to the man she claimed to love. In his area of expertise she didn't trust him, listen to him or believe him. It was that all too familiar case where the woman dreams of a man who will ignore whatever she chooses to do and forgive and love her anyway. So, halfway through the book I could already see that even though he was right about everything and she was wrong and luck...more
Jeffrey
Based on the reviews of her previous book, and the blurbs on this one, I expected a little more action and verve in this story.

It is fast paced. A good summer read but not the best action book I ever read. It has a little suspense.
T.M. Carper
A great follow-up to "The Assassin" that has Selena returning to the past she thought she'd left behind. From the opening scene when she's been shot at, you can't put this book down.
Anandh Sundar
This book had slow action pace, and was disappointing compared to its predecessor and successor. Still, it did advance the series a bit and cannot be skipped.
Jerome Parisse
Not bad, even without having read the first book. I particularly liked the many twists at the end. Didn't see them coming for once!
Kevin
Started like an Alias program. Disappointing.
Cheryl
I remember this triology. I enjoyed all 3!
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