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A Taste of Liberty

(Task Force 125 #2)

4.09  ·  Rating details ·  168 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Sarah Stevens finally has a life.

Instead of the same old life with no man around who is worth the energy, now she has three! One she loves but cannot have, one she can have but cannot love, and another who wants her and doesn't care if she loves him. What's a girl to do?
Kindle Edition, 270 pages
Published February 12th 2012 by Lisa Pietsch (first published March 15th 2010)
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Rachel Skinner
Apr 19, 2011 rated it did not like it
This series has so much potential, it's a shame that this book got off track. The first half of the book was plodding along nicely, laying the groundwork for the teams' mission and creating a misunderstanding between the hero & heroine. But...the plodding continues. It isn't until well after the halfway mark that the heart of the mission really begins and then it's uneventful and over so quickly that it leaves a bad taste in the mouth, making the reader realize that this romantic suspense is ...more
Aug 13, 2010 rated it really liked it
Ashira Datya’s Review

I eagerly awaited this story because I absolutely LOVED the first story in this series and I was not disappointed. Sarah and the guys are back for another tale of daring and intrigue, but the sexual tension between Sarah and Vince is so thick that it could be cut with a serrated spork. This time, Sarah and the guys are trying to stop Russian mafia and things again, don't go as planned.

The beginning of this novel was entertaining to say the least. Vince and Sarah had some in
Doug Jacobs
Jan 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A rousing good time! I'm getting this out of order, having not yet read The Path to Freedom, but what a fun ride. Sarah and her team are taking out international arms dealers, and finding love on the way. The characters are well written, and consistent. the author's personal familiarity with high-stakes spy shenanigans comes through in a very authentic sounding story. Sarah's role as team seductress makes us revel in her personal strength, but also one feels a bit icky for her. The dialog is sna ...more
Dec 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing

More mystery, intrigue as we go on another undercover assignment. Each assignment finds other problems and more question of who's really in charge and what's o happen next. Love this series
Nov 24, 2012 rated it liked it
I really enjoyed books 1-3. Book 4 which is the final book in the series, I hated. I felt that book 4 was almost written by a different author because the story was so inconsistent with books 1-3. I was riveted reading books 1-3. I stayed up until 5am reading the books last night, then slept for two hours, and woke up to finish reading the series. I am an avid reader, and read hundreds of books a year. If a book does not captivate me, I find myself skimming through some of the boring parts. I re ...more
This was the first one of Ms Pietsch's Task Force 125 books that I read (free from Amazon UK). It clearly is a sequel but was easy enough to read as a stand-alone.

Task Force 125 is a Dark Ops team, based out of Las Vegas, operating in Europe. Sarah is the honey-pot that they use to obtain intel on/from various international lowlifes before the team eliminates them - permanently. Along with Sarah is a group of drop-dead gorgeous former military types (one is FBI, one a Recon Marine, one a SEAl et
Bethany Frost
Dec 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I was afraid this book wasn't going to be as action packed as the first, but I was mistaken! This one is just as great as the first! The steamy chemistry between Sarah and Vince holds true! You even get the fun quirkyness of the other team members! I even liked the cliffhanger ending where Vince is captured so that you know there will be another book! As I was reading this book i could picture everything that was going on and I loved it! I was upset when Sarah got shot, but liked that it showed ...more
Sep 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
No one likes to be sick, but when you can read all day its fekkin awesome.
Finished book 1 and 2 today.
Totally loving this series.
Sarah, Vince, Chris, Jase, Will and Brian are back taking out an arms dealer this time around.
Everyone has the heebee geebee's this time. Something is just not right.
Angelo, the man Sarah met on her first R&R, is back and is in fact in a similar line of work. They travel to Italy and stay at Angelo's while they deal with the gun runner.
Lots of action
Stephen Ashley
Sep 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Love Is Everywhere

This is a spy novel, yet a love story in reality. There are some special ops people who form a terrific team. We start this off in Vegas, in the sun and heat. Then Europe. The team now has a new mission, Get this arms dealer, in Italy. Vince is the leader, and we are in for a ride. Buckle up and read this delightful yarn!

3 stars. This one is better and worse then the first. I liked this mission better in the first but there is less whining about her being fat in this one. There are too many read flags in this mission to make it believable. Not a bad series but not wowing either.
Sarah Peralta
Apr 15, 2012 rated it really liked it
Great 2nd installment.
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Lisa Pietsch is a USAF veteran, a multi-published novelist and freelance writer, a social media marketing consultant, the COO of Tequila Aficionado Media and the mother of two boys. She has a passion for foreign languages, travel, and hot guys with guns. (In the absence of hot guys, guns will do.)

Lisa currently lives in San Antonio, TX, with her hot guy, two sons, two cats and one dog.

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