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When his wife was murdered two years ago, Special Agent Levi Lazaro turned his back on everything he cared about. Ever since, he has thought of nothing but vengeance. Now he's finally uncovered the identities of those who killed his wife--and he's ready to destroy them at any cost. He won't let anything stand in his way--not even a beautiful NSA agent on a mission of her own.
Special Agent Selene Wolfe prides herself on being the best. Her fearlessness and quick-thinking make her the perfect person to take down a deadly terrorist cell. But she needs Levi's help, and the moment he shows up, Selene knows her objectivity--and her heart--are in trouble.
As the two strike an uneasy alliance, Levi finds himself tormented by his desire for Selene--a feeling he thought long dead. But when their mission takes an unexpected turn, he finds himself at a crossroads. Can he put aside his need for revenge to save the woman who's reawakened his soul?
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-04-20
- Reviewer: Staff
The third Deadly Ops novel (after Bound to Danger) has plenty of romance and suspense, and the plot builds steadily to one thrilling climax after another. NSA agent Levi Lazaro is determined to avenge the rape and murder of his wife, and he has gone undercover in Miami (sans NSA approval) in an effort to take down a terrorist known only as Tasev, the man he deems responsible. Tasev is also rumored to be plotting something infinitely more sinister and far-reaching, so the NSA puts agent Selene Wolf on his trail. She immediately recognizes the benefit of teaming up with Lazaro, though she knows that his personal stake in finding Tasev makes him an unstable ally. Sparks and bullets fly every which way en route to a wholly satisfying and (mildly) surprising conclusion. Agent: Jill Marsal, Marsal Lyon Literary Agency. (June)