It should have been a simple mission. They were meant to get in and out in one day. Except it wasn’t. And they didn’t.
When a CIA double agent working for one of the most influential cartels in South America comes up with a lead that could help the U.S. government and their allies slow the growing scourge posed by drug lords in the region, ARMOR is assigned the task of...more
Mission: Anaconda is the third book in A.D. Starrling's fast-paced romantic military suspense series, Division Eight. The series follows the covert operatives of Division Eight, a high level and secret military organization that is sent on tough and sensitive assignments around the world.
This installment follows our Division Eight team from Mexico to Brazil to extract informant members of a drug cartel. The action, as usual, was fast-paced enough that you didn't want to blink while you read for ...more
A dare. A kiss. A mission. Danger. Explosions. FUBAR. Survival.
For as different as Gaby and Miles were, when it came down to it, at their core, they were very much the same. Fighting the good fight. With only each other to rely on until the reinforcements came, they were able to set aside th ...more
This book definitely was not what I expected. I am all down for military romance but this story was more military then romance. I do appreciate that their was an actual story outside the romance part but it just wasn’t what I like.
If your looking for a book with more depth then just the usual romance this one is for you. While i didn’t like it out of personal preference, i think other people would enjoy it.
Had all three books been combined, I might have given a five star rating.
$2.99 For 160 pages seems too much
The three stories were good but repetitive. Similar adjectives thru the three stories (leafy garden) makes me question the authors limited vocabulary