This anthology of three brand-new stories features three incredibly sexy heroes in uniform. Stories include Lee's "The Dream Marine, " Lovelace's "Undercover Operations, " and McKenna's "To Love and Protect."
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Second story was Merline Lovelace's 'Undercover Operations'; which turned out to be the gem in this book. Full of action and military know-how she's known for and sprinkled with enough redhot romance to be complete, but again, I felt I never really got to know these promising characters and they deserved a longer story. A tale about an Air Force Colonel's daughter trying to find her stepsister who is taken hostage down in Central America. Her only hope? An ex-pilot who flew the Stealth in Desert Storm with a very large chip on his shoulder and former friend to her father. I give this tale 4 stars...
The last story was the worst in my opinion. 'To Love and Protect'; Linsay McKenna gets rave reviews for her action-packed military romances so I thought I was in for a treat here with a 'stranded at sea' scenario. It was flat and the characters were so misguided and irritating that I struggled through their bungling romance. In the end, I began to hate them, especially the heroine and that is not a good sign, lol. A tale about a divorced couple forced to work together to find an undercover agent at sea and crash in the middle of a terrible storm and become stranded on a raft. Forced to talk and face each other after 5 years, the two Coast Guard officers realize they still love one another. My biggest gripe with this story is the whining and nagging heroine who I wished at times would get thrown from the raft to leave the hero in peace. Constantly bringing up events from their rocky marriage over and over and still over again to the point of me wanting to pull my hair out(and hers too)I was stunned that the mild-mannered hero could listen to her at all nevermind consider trying to work things out. He deserved better Ms. McKenna. I give this tale 2 stars...
For an example of good work from Merline Lovelace, check out 'Line of Duty', it's excellent. Rachel Lee's 'Under Suspicion'.
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