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Out of Sight (T-FLAC #5)

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"Sometimes chemistry is a matter of life and death." . . .
Though her confidence is badly shaken by a training accident, A. J. Cooper vows to become an excellent T-FLAC operative. She is everything the antiterrorist agency looks for--she's smart, resourceful, and a crack shot. Eager to prove herself to her instructor, the highly regarded Kane Wright, A. J. takes on a diffi
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Mass Market Paperback, 320 pages
Published August 26th 2003 by Ivy Books
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Dina
Dec 12, 2011 Dina marked it as to-read
I haven't read this book yet - and to be honest, I don't know when if I will - but I've been hearing about the "camel scene" for so many years that I had to ask my dear friend Auntee for the chapter/page numbers where that infamous scene takes place. I needed to understand how such a thing could work and reading those pages out of context wouldn't hurt, as a sex scene between the H/h isn't exactly a spoiler, right? ;)

Wow, what a trip! All I can say after reading it is, Ms. Adair must have been o
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Kathrynn
Mar 01, 2008 Kathrynn rated it liked it
Recommended to Kathrynn by: Auntee
Book #5 in the T-FLAC series and I was glad this one finally came to an end. It wore me flat out! The story took AWHILE to get the characters set up and moving along. I had to resist the strong urge to put this book down and pick up something else to read.

I didn't care for Kane or AJ's character, and frankly, I could have done without the bickering.

The entire book is set in Egypt, i.e., sand & heat. I thought the book dragged in several places, scene transitions could have been smoother; I w
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Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter
Apr 01, 2008 Colleen (NerdyWoman) Kayter rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mystery-suspense
Absolute Joy! (You have to read the book to see why that phrase fits)...

Of all the T-FLAC series I've read so far, the banter and humor between Kane Wright and AJ Cooper - in addition to the riddle he tries to solve throughout the story - makes Out of Sight a book you can't put down.

The characters... AJ Cooper is an alpha female to the max. But she's so beautiful no one looked beneath the surface to see the brains and brawn. Going undercover as a fashion model certainly isn't a stretch and gets
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Anna's Herding Cats
Out of Sight was full of non-stop action and fantastic characters I really ended up liking as they raced across the desert on a mission to shut down a madman-- and fell a bit in love along the way.


I really enjoyed both AJ and Kane *girly swoon* I loved Kane. But first AJ. Alright she's the first female T-FLAC agent we've read about and she's pretty awesome even if she's not quite perfect and can cause trouble now and again. I liked her determination and that she really didn't complain or grumbl
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marlene
Sep 12, 2009 marlene rated it it was amazing
this book was not at all like the other TFLAC books i have read. the rest were suspenseful sure, but also full of laughs. this one was most certainly not. i dont think i have been on the edge of my seat reading a book in a long long time. maybe ever. it was absolutely wonderful. though in very different ways from the other books.

this time around both our hero and heroine were TFLAC agents in the middle of tracking town a top 10 terrorist. things go from bad to worse and before you know it every
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Andrea Hussey
Nov 29, 2014 Andrea Hussey rated it liked it
Now that I've finally finished the book I'd say it was pretty enjoyable.

I thought I’d read something of hers before, but couldn’t remember how it was so that speaks for itself there. After finishing this one I looked it up and realized I’d tried to read the second in this series and actually had to slam it down after reading a handful of pages, so I’m surprised this turned out to even be readable after that atrocity. There were problems, but not ones that were so bad I wouldn’t read it again. I
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Jessica  `~Blahyze~`
I didn’t care for this T-FLAC instalment as much as I did the previous ones, but it is still quite a good read, it just didn’t really do it for me. A.J Cooper is trying her best to keep up with what is expected of her as a trainee under the guidance of Kane, who isn’t handling the pressure too well of being responsible for another person’s life;

“He was good at a number of things. But keeping his teammates alive wasn’t one of them.
Which is why he’d worked alone for the past two years.
He swore vic

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Andreasoldier
Apr 26, 2013 Andreasoldier rated it it was ok
Shelves: military-romance
AJ Cooper has always competed with her brother, a SEAL, and her dad, a Marine, so when a chance comes to join antiterrorist group, she jumps at it. But then she gets shot in a training accident, and her confidence is jarred.
Kane Wright has reluctantly taken on an assignment in Egypt and needs a female sharpshooter to take out the target. When he's assigned Cooper, a rookie untested in combat, he's not happy, but beggars can't be chosers.
She has a little worship thing going on for Wright, while h
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LibraryLass
Mar 22, 2009 LibraryLass rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2009
Another great addition to the T-Flac series. I seem to be doing the unthinkable and reading the series out of order, but it still works for me.

This book has everything I like about the romantic suspense genre...Solid plot, great balance of both romance and suspense, sizzling chemistry, hot sex, a kick-ass heroine and a yummy alpha hero. I loved the fact that the book started out with AJ's failure. She wasn't just portrayed as this super-woman who deals with everything as easy as water off a duc
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Gina (bibliobuff)
Jul 08, 2011 Gina (bibliobuff) rated it really liked it
No one - and I mean no one - can write an action scene like Cherry Adair. And I think this one has been my favorite of the series so far, regardless of the enormous plot holes big enough to swallow a camel (and the love scene involving a camel). I just loved AJ. I thought I would get tired of the multitude of descriptions about how beautiful she is, but it actually underscored her other attributes - how smart, tough-ass and funny she is. And that name game they played? Funny, funny stuff. And so ...more
Alison
Good story. Kane Wright, alleged photographer but really a T-FLAC operative is on a mission to assassinate Raazaq. Unfortunately, he has been forced by circumstances and his superiors to include AJ Cooper on his team as the sharpshooter. At the crucial moment she bottles it and the mission goes tit up.

From then on AJ is desperate to prove to her idol that she can fufil the mission whereas Kane is even more convinced that he should always work alone. Working with others just gets them killed.

AJ i
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Cheryl
Jan 04, 2015 Cheryl rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I love this book, it has it all. Fast pace action, feisty female character that knows how to handle a pain in the butt man. And sex on camels. Plus the extras are fun to read and see how the characters came about.
Melanie
I usually like Cherry Adair, and yes, her plotlines are totally out there and unrealistic, I'm perfectly aware of that... But this one, I got to say, goes beyond... 4 words: Sex. On. A. Camel. LOL
Becky Beaudoin
Oct 02, 2014 Becky Beaudoin rated it did not like it
Shelves: did-not-finish
If you're looking for a well-written, compellingly plotted novel, go elsewhere. This book is poorly written, and the plot is incredibly weak and rather cliche: Gorgeous, headstrong, brilliant woman works closely with, and hates (on the outside) the lead male character, while on the inside is secretly (or not so secretly) lusting after him. Gorgeous, headstrong, muscular man works closely with and cannot stand (on the outside) the woman he has been charged to lead, all the while lusting for her, ...more
Tabatha
Jul 12, 2014 Tabatha rated it it was amazing
AJ is determined to become a great T-FLAC agent, and sets out to prove herself to her hero, the infallible Kane Wright. Coming straight out of the academy and into a highly dangerous mission, she is battling with the ghosts of her past. Kane is working with her despite his desire to keep this a solitary show. He has learned the hard way that it is far easier to only have yourself to be responsible for. He is a master of disguise, but he isn't going to be able to disguise his need for AJ. *winks* ...more
Jan
Apr 03, 2014 Jan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Every book I have read I love. I am loving Cherry's books more and more. It's like reading a female version of Bond or Robert Ludlums. Great stories, great action, and great sex and in the strangest places. Think desert, camel and do I need to say more? The Tangos who are the bad guys who are ruthless and believe me this one is and the hero and heroine are out stop them at all cost. Out of sight was different as in the girl this time was a black ops girl, rookie who was sent out into the field b ...more
Jan
Apr 01, 2014 Jan rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Every book I have read I love. I am loving Cherry's books more and more. It's like reading a female version of Bond or Robert Ludlums. Great stories, great action, and great sex and in the strangest places. Think desert, camel and do I need to say more? The Tangos who are the bad guys who are ruthless and believe me this one is and the hero and heroine are out stop them at all cost. Out of sight was different as in the girl this time was a black ops girl, rookie who was sent out into the field b ...more
Laura
Nov 19, 2008 Laura rated it really liked it
3 1/2 stars

The third of the Wright brothers gets his story. Kane Wright is a photographer by passion, but also an operative for TFLAC. He is one of the best operatives at that. AJ Cooper looks up to him as her hero. She's studied every one of his case files and is in awe of him and aspires to be like him.
When they are put together on an op and she fails at her first attempt, her dream of being like him and even continuing to be a TFLAC operative is in danger. She vows to prove herself to him to
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PepperP0t
This entry for the series starts out with action - what a plus. To my thinking this is an action adventure series that has been light on the action. It's just in time for Kane Wright's spotlight where he gets to show every side of him and there isn't a side that model worthy AJ Cooper doesn't find drool-worthy.
Once again I feel this is just on the brink of being a series I can't do without. The villain was a perfect fit for diabolical and the story seemed to flow well. Nothing like a maniacal p
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Lauren
Out of Sight
3.5 Stars

A huge improvement over the last couple of books and the writing finally meets the expectations set by some of Adair's more recent works.

The setting is one of my favorites and the plot, while predictable, is not as far-fetched or ridiculous as in previous installments (despite the (view spoiler)) scene. Moreover, Kane and AJ have intense chemistry and their love/hate banter proves for some very entertaining moments. The fact that neither is pe
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Mom
Aug 05, 2010 Mom rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-during-2010
Though her confidence is badly shaken by a training accident, A. J. Cooper vows to become an excellent T-FLAC operative. She is everything the antiterrorist agency looks for—she’s smart, resourceful, and a crack shot. Eager to prove herself to her instructor, the highly regarded Kane Wright, A. J. takes on a difficult and potentially deadly assignment. A success in the field could be just the thing she needs to make her career with the agency—and working so closely with the extraordinary and irr ...more
Kristy
As usual, I loved another T-FLAC book! Except this book didn't have an epilogue, or a chapter following up with the couple AFTER the mission was over. So the ending was a little different than the other books. I really liked A.J. I loved that she was beauty pageant beautiful, but hated that about herself. I loved all the tension between the two of them at the beginning. Both of them being very attracted to each other, but neither one of them wanting to let the other one know or act on it. It mad ...more
Laura
Aug 31, 2011 Laura rated it really liked it
This was the first Cherry Adair book I ran across, and is a true library success story. Last summer I was in my local library looking for some new romance authors (um, not that I was avoiding my dissertation or anything....) - I started in the "A"s and just worked my way down the rows. It didn't take me long to stumble across "Adair" (- isn't the predictability of the alphabet amazing?). My library has most of Ms. Adair's backlist and this is the one I picked up because the back cover sounded li ...more
Kathy
A.J. Cooper and Kane Wright...

AJ is gorgeous - Miss Illinois gorgeous - but she wants to do something more important than this, so she joins the police department, and then is recruited by T-FLAC...she has a photographic memory and is top in the sharp shooting class... before she completes training, she is accidently shot in a training exercise, and hasn't quite recovered from it emotionally - but is called on on this ops (as the only female sharp shooter) against the team leader, Kane's, judgem
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Christie P.
May 08, 2015 Christie P. rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Everyone
A.J. Cooper was at the top of her class in T-FLAC training and there was no better sniper to be found. That was until a routine shot was missed and her confidence was shaken beyond repair.

Since joining T-FLAC it's been pretty obvious A.J. has been interested in Kane Wright. The interest was never reciprocated until after A.J. and Kane are forced to work together on a mission and their involvement must be personal.

A.J. hasn't been the same and Kane thinks it's starting to affect her work as an ag
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Joanne Mallon
Feb 25, 2014 Joanne Mallon rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance
Completely understand that the hero has to have a 'sad story past', and so does the heroine - creating trust issues and all-that. But loved this book - a good strong female character, James Bond style 'baddie takes over the world' plot, guns, sex and a happy ending. Fab.
Tammy Sargeant
Apr 15, 2015 Tammy Sargeant rated it really liked it
I loved this. AJ was my favorite female character by far. The girl can kick serious ass. Kane was a domineering dick, but he made it look so sexy. This was by far one of my favorites of the series.
Michelle Tempted By Books
Jun 06, 2012 Michelle Tempted By Books rated it it was amazing
A. J. Cooper vows to become an excellent T-FLAC operative. She is everything the antiterrorist agency looks for—she’s smart, resourceful, and a crack shot. Eager to prove herself to her instructor, the highly regarded Kane Wright.

This installment had some VERY memorable moments. Being in the heart of the desert with some major sexual tension going on what does a couple do? Well let's just say I would have never thought of that option, I fact I am still a little shocked. Again this installment o
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Cindy Dunn
May 30, 2015 Cindy Dunn rated it really liked it
This is the 4th T-FLAC series I have read and is about Kane Wright and is very good.
Garmieturtel
Jul 19, 2014 Garmieturtel rated it liked it
If these books didn't come to such an abrupt ending, I'd give them another star. Ugh!
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“A.J. was one of the guys. One of the guys with breasts, a shapely butt, and sparkling green eyes.” 0 likes
“Cooper! Move your ass."
"Yes, sir, O captain, my captain," she muttered, thinking briefly about ho tempting it was to slam something heavy into his hard head. She could make her escape while he was out. Of course, when he came to, there wouldn't be a country big enough to hide in. The satisfaction, however, just might be worth it.”
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