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Flashpoint: Reed Series by [Cerny, M.C.]
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About the Author

M.C. Cerny lives in New Jersey with her partner, wildly energetic daughter and three furry cats who consider themselves more canine than feline. M.C. is a lover of Instagram, running marathons and nail polish in every shade of pink possible. Her first novel, Flashpoint, released in early 2014 is the first book in the Reed Series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 991 KB
  • Print Length: 282 pages
  • Publisher: MC Cerny; 1 edition (30 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I5RUVFY
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,553 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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CEO billionaire to a software and security company, Jacob Reed, is not all he appears to be. Also deeply entwined in overseas, non governmental covert operations with a deadly mixed group which is led by his brother, he has no inclination or time for relationships,( except for his faithful k9 companion, Hauk,) but that's not to say a certain newsreader/reporter, Katie Wilson, hasn't taken his interest.
When Katie, along with her friend and co worker/cameraman, investigate a prostitution ring all hell breaks loose but Jacob and team are there to save her. Unfortunately, due to circumstances out of his control, Jacob still can't get close to her and she's given a memory altering drug to forget him and the operation. Until, a year on, a mugging can't keep him away anymore.
Albeit a few typos, Flashpoint was written very well, the storyline was quite original and action packed and a little bit of romance was thrown in too, so the whole concept was good...it's the execution I had a problem with. At times the penmanship was very mechanical, it almost read like an instruction manual, there was no depth to the dialogue, characters or style...rushed even. Nevertheless it was an ok read, complex but non graphic.
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Jacob Reed & Katie Wilson are two total opposite types of people!!
Jacob Reed AKA Reed, is CEO of Reed Software & Security Company and Special Ops guy.
Katie Wilson is sexy, sassy, Channel 5 reporter.

Reed has had the hots for Katie for a long while, but has yet to lay eyes on her in the flesh, that is until Katie does her nosey reporter bit and sneaks into a warehouse in which Reed and friends are carrying out an off the record covert op for the government.
Katie and her reporter friend cause a little chaos and Reed has to save the day but is shocked when he comes face to face with his ultimate fantasy. Katie.

After the fateful night that Reed nearly lost Katie forever he can't keep his distance, much to his brothers instructs Reed just can't stay away he has to know she is safe and not remembering anything. I think he forgets her seeing him could trigger a memory of the night she lost her friend and all she is left with is a fuzzy memory.

Situations lead Reed and Katie too come face to face and Katie cant help but like what she sees. Reed is a good looking guy after all but does he trigger any memories that him and his company are hoping to kept hidden?

As a relationship progresses between these two what will the outcome be?
Will Katie find out the truth of the night her friend/colleague died?
Will she find out Reed has been watching her for a while?
Will these two get the ending they deserve?

5 stars for flashpoint and I will be keeping my eyes peeled for more work by this author!
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Romance and suspense are two of my favourite types of reads but put them together and it’s a winning package. While I have my reservations about certain points of the story, it was still a really good read that was action packed.

When Katie, news broadcaster, stumbles across an op being run by Jacob Reed and his band of non-governmental agency crew they can't risk her digging any further into the situation. Jacob has admired Katie from afar and can't stay out of her life despite being ordered to. But with the bad guys close on their tails and a jealous co-worker out to destroy Katie, Katie is in danger and Jacob won't allow that.

The main events happen over a year apart where Jacob remains in protective mode towards Katie. It is action packed and keeps on the edge of your seat for the most part of it. Jacob is certainly a guy you want on your side with his incredibly protective nature but equally Katie is very strong and capable of looking after herself. While lots of secrets get revealed throughout, there are still plenty more that need unravelling. I am really looking forward to seeing what happens next in the series
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From page one of this book the reader is slowly, and I mean slowly, brought into the saga of gangland crime and Rambo style heroics by the elite team of private hire soldiers led by a pair of high flying business men brothers. Alongside them there is the beautiful TV news reporter who got caught up in an operation completely unwittingly as her cameraman friend dragged her off on a lead for a story. The story unfolds at a slow pace centering around the fact that someone obviously believes the reporter learned more than she thinks and there we have the opening for the man....

Although everything seemed to go at a snails pace for most of the book it actually came together in an intricate plot that couldn't have survived the telling at any other pace or way. Just when you think that something was totally irrelevant the plot reveals just why it was there and why it had to be told in that way. Definitely worth a read!
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Lots of characters and little back detail but you soon get the point. Secrets don't always make a good start to a relationship honesty is the best policy
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