This is the second book I've read in this series and I found it very disappointing. The heroine, Dee has now married her fellow operative, Josh Hammond and is heading up the London office of Vastrick Securities. When a for-hire assassin known as The Chameleon murders clients that Vastrick is protecting, Dee and her agents are on mission to hunt the killer down. Whilst this book is very well-researched, offering thorough explanations of everything and anything to do with spying, political assassination, computer hacking and the security agencies both here and in the US, I just found the whole thing clichéd and overloaded with too much information. The characters were either sickly sweet or just plain evil. All the women were either incredibly attractive or completely oversexed, so that all the male characters were either in love or in lust with them or both. Oh, apart from the kindly older men, who were respectful and beyond reproach in their behaviour towards the young women in their care. Wonderful guys. Despite the fact the lead female characters were trained killers and could defeat a male attacker with, at times, literally one hand tied behind their backs, they were girly in a way that made me feel distinctly queasy. In fact, I found the feminine, girly, caring and loving parts far more sickening than the bone-crunching, blood-letting fight scenes. There was an added sprinkling of good old home-spun religion that did nothing to alleviate the nauseating lovey-dovey aspects of what should have been a hard-hitting, no-nonsense novel. On the bright side, it's good to know that you can be shot numerous times without anything too serious happening to your bones, internal organs, mobility or ability to function normally again. Just the odd ache in wet weather now and again. I thought all this was a great shame as the research and attention to detail that had clearly gone into this book was evident in every aspect. I won't be reading any more in this series.