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Undercover Captor (Mills & Boon Intrigue) (Shadow Agents: Guts and Glory - Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Cynthia Eden
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Dr Tina Jamison feared what would happen when her kidnappers discovered they’d taken the wrong woman. The man standing watch over her was an imposing, scarred figure. Only she didn’t realise this guard was undercover agent Drew Lancaster and he never left a fellow agent behind…

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 531 KB
  • Print Length: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Mills & Boon Intrigue (1 Feb 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GZQ5SZ0
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Award-winning author Cynthia Eden writes dark tales of romantic suspense and sexy paranormal romance stories. She's addicted to horror movies and loves getting inspired at the beach. More information about Cynthia Eden may be found at her website: www.cynthiaeden.com.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Undercover captor 17 Feb 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I am enjoying this mini series of the covert operations and I can't wait for the next book to come out in March. I would recommend it to anyone who likes to read about the covert operations.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fast paced and intense 10 Feb 2014
By RVAbooklover - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Undercover Captor is the 5th entry in the Guts and Glory series, featuring Drew Lancaster and Dr. Tina Jamison. Drew is working undercover to take down a terrorist organization, HAVOC, when said terrorists kidnap Tina, who is a staff doctor for EOD. Drew, who has had a crush on the good doctor for several years, blows his cover to rescue her. The bad guys chase them hallway across Texas while Drew is grimly determined to stay two steps ahead of them.

What worked for me - Drew was a perfectly flawed hero. Drew is known for having ice in his veins, for being in control at all times. Seeing Tina in danger shreds every bit of control for Drew, and he is desperate to get her to safety. As the story goes on, we learn a lot of Drew's backstory, which only added to my appreciation of his character.

Tina is a great shero. She is uber smart and brave. Tina had some incredibly tough circumstances to overcome, including her own perception of herself. She was a tough girl, though, when it counted. Tina proved to have quite a backbone when the chips were down.

Drew and Tina together - they had known each other and crushed on each other for a few years. I thought their romance was sweet, hot and believable. Drew definitely didn't feel like he was worthy of Tina. Tina was afraid of Drew seeing her as the weak link. When Tina sets Drew straight on the strength of her character, I cheered for her. Drew quickly reassessed his opinion and treated Tina like a partner. Well, as much as it is possible for a super soldier to consider a civilian a partner, anyway.

Bottom line - Cynthia Eden is terrific at building great romances around heart stopping action, and Undercover Captor is no exception. Great action, and a sweetly hot romance. Time and money very well spent!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Intense, suspenseful story with a sweet, sizzling romance 18 Jun 2014
By Hope this helps - Published on Amazon.com
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Stand alone read. Some graphic sexual content. 5th in Shadow Agents series.

GOOD READ. Well written, likable characters, good supporting cast, and a well thought out, action packed plot with several surprise twists at the end. THERE are a few minor inconsistencies but they do not detract from the non-stop storyline.

THE STORY follows play-it-safe EOD staff doctor, Dr. Tina Jamison, after she is kidnapped by a terrorist group, in a case of mistaken identity. Fortunately, she finds herself face-to-face with covert EOD agent, "iceman" Drew Lancaster, who will do anything to protect her, even blow his cover. Together they escape. What follow is a series of murderous mind games as they race to flush out and apprehend the terrorist leader before he can kill Tina, Drew, and any other EOD agent who gets in his way.

OVERALL, non-stop action and great characters makes this story worth the read as Tina finds she is tougher than she thinks and Drew discovers he can be more than his job. Might be a good series (bpl).

SHADOW AGENTS includes Alpha One, Guardian Ranger, Sharpshooter, Glitter and Gunfire, and Undercover Captor.

You may also enjoy the complex characters and storytelling of N. Bruhns, A. Stuart, C. Ryan. For good mystery/detective writers you might try J. D. Robb, D. Stabenow, M. Ferris, S. Grafton, S. W. Albert, Gayle Wilson, Julie Miller, or B.J Daniels.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Never a dull moment in this series. 9 Feb 2014
By Cindy O - Published on Amazon.com
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Its high octane from a kidnapping to bombs at Marti Gras. When the heroine Dr. Tina Jamison is mistakenly kidnapped by a terrorist organization thinking she is Mercer’s daughter. Mercer is the head of the EOD and has spent years protecting the identity of his real daughter (her story was in the previous book in this series) You’re in for a fast paced thrill ride of escapes for Tina and her EOD protector Drew Lancaster trying to stay a step ahead of the man who wants Tina dead. These two had the hots for each other for years but never did anything about it until they were faced with death numerous times. The villain in this one was someone from Mercer’s past who wants revenge. Another great addition to the series and intrigued about the next EOD agents book – Cooper Marshall.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Page turner 28 Jan 2014
By S. Frank - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Fantastic book, a real page turner from the start.  Tina is a doctor who works for the Elite Operations Division.  She is used to patching up agents when they are done with a mission.  She doesn't expect to end up in the middle of a mission herself, but that's what happens when she is kidnapped.  Only, it's a case of mistaken identity, and if they discover the truth she'll be dead.  Drew has been undercover with this group for several months and is shocked to see Tina.  He knows he has to get her away, even if it means blowing his cover.  

Tina is a doctor.  She became a doctor after seeing her parents killed during a bank robbery and not being able to save them.  When she's kidnapped by men who think she's her boss's daughter she is terrified.  That terror is slightly relieved when she immediately recognizes Drew as one of her captors, as she knows that he will save her.  Drew is the one man that has fascinated her since she met him.  She is fully aware of what he is capable of doing and of his reputation for having ice in his veins, but that doesn't stop her heart from jumping whenever she sees him.  She has complete trust in him and that he will get them out of trouble.  That trust grows quickly into love as she gets to know more about him.  I loved seeing the way that what he has done in the past doesn't affect the way she feels about him.  Being on the run with him also changes the way she feels about herself.  She has always considered herself weak, because she can have asthma attacks when under stress.  She considers it a huge drawback to her desire to get closer to Drew, because a man like him doesn't need a woman like her.  I loved seeing her strength of will develop over the course of the book.  I especially enjoyed seeing her stand up to them all and insist on being the bait for a trap to catch the bad guy.  And I loved seeing her get to Drew at the end.

Drew had had a rough childhood, doing things he wasn't particularly proud of just to help support his mother and sisters.  After joining the army, then the EOD, there were many who thought of him as a killing machine.  He is always very coolheaded as he goes about his missions.  He had worked hard at his undercover mission to get to the leader of a terrorist group.  Finding Tina as the kidnapping victim is going to blow that cover all to pieces, because he can't leave her in danger.  He also discovers that his control also disappears around her.  His immediate jumping in to protect her from what the terrorists had planned to do to her got them handcuffed together waiting for unpleasant attention.  Drew wasn't sure he was going to be able to get them out of it, but he was going to try.  He had trouble believing that Tina had so much trust in him.  He believed that he wasn't deserving of all that trust, or anything else that she might be feeling for him.  That trust in him started working its way past his walls until he was feeling things for her that he'd never felt for another woman, and it really scared him.  He had kept his distance from his own family for fear of what he does coming back to hurt them, he could only imagine how much worse it would be if he allowed himself to love Tina.  I loved his conversation with Gunner (Sharpshooter) where he asked "Weren't you afraid? That what we do ... Weren't you afraid it would spill over on them?" "I was more afraid," Gunner admitted, "of trying to live my life without her." That went a long way toward making him realize he didn't want to live without her.  I loved their ending scene.

The suspense part of the book was outstanding.  The EOD people knew who it was that had taken Tina.  They had set up a sting to catch the guy, but he took the wrong woman.  The action was constant as Drew and his coworkers try to get away, with the bad guys right on their heels.  It becomes obvious that there is a traitor somewhere in the EOD, so they also have to make their plans and try to protect them at the same time.  I loved Drew's focus as he tries to protect Tina while fighting his growing feelings.  The final showdown was really intense with all the things that were going on.  I loved the part that Cooper played, as the author sets things up for the next book.
3.0 out of 5 stars Nothing unique 27 Jun 2014
By Book lover - Published on Amazon.com
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Dr. Tina Jamison, MD for the covert group of agents working for the Elite Operations Division (EOD), has been kidnapped by a terrorist group. Soon she discovers that the kidnappers thought mistakenly that she was the daughter of the division's director. However, before she decides what to do about the misunderstanding, Drew Lancaster, an ice cold former Delta Force operator and one of the deadliest agents of the EOD, appears. His mission and cover is compromised when the woman he secretly loves is kidnaped.

A classical escape read of the genre, which doesn't excell either in suspense nor in romance. The plot is the usual one and doesn't offer any refreshing twists or turns and the dialogues between the main- and subcharacters are routine.

I have read previous books from Cynthia Eden and know that she can do soooo much better.
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