Heat Seeker: Elite Ops Book 3

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Name: Heat Seeker

Author: Lora Leigh

Published: September 1, 2009 by St. Martin’s Paperbacks

Purchased: December 13, 2015, $3.00 at 2nd & Charles, $7.99 on Kindle

☆☆☆☆/5

Even though there seemed to be a lot of talking, it was spaced out in between a bit of action and the couple fighting their attraction before succumbing to it.

I really liked how John was written, even though he was basically like the other guys in Wild Card and Maverick, he was still a little playful.

Even though this was a good book, the reason I’m not giving it five stars is because there was a lot of talking and ran a little long. It wasn’t enough to keep me from playing {and beating!} Kingdom Hearts. There were just times that were full of talking and I would get a bit bored.

I really liked seeing the other characters from the past books and seeing how they’re doing, though when it did that it focused more on Noah than Micah, even though Micah was featured more than Noah.

I’m actually very excited about this series, I have the next book which I’ve already started and I still need to get the last two but, I am kind of worried about the next book. Travis wasn’t featured a whole lot here and I didn’t get any kind of connection with him so, we’ll see.

The ending on this book was amazing. I did not even suspect who the antagonist was, I was right there with the team suspecting all of these other people. That plot twist had my mouth hanging open

Thank you for reading my review.

-Sam

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