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Project Eve Mass Market Paperback – 7 Jun 2005
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Rachel (likeable heroine) is a PI who goes undercover at a church-based college looking for clues to the death of a former student. The downside is she must team up with her ex-boyfriend Elijah (gorgeous Agent). All the right ingredients then for a good thriller with a nice juicy dose of romance thrown in. Nicely done.
The ending seemed to make way for a sequel involving her brother but only time will tell on that score.
Recommended. Also, see her earlier work Lone Rider and Slow Hands for truly great stories.
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The only reason I did not give this a full five stars was because the romance part of it was lacking. It definitely did not have the intensity like "PURE DYNAMITE" did, but was still okay. I do hope that the next book follows up on the missing brother story line. To leave us hanging and not finish it would be a shame. This book is definitely worth the price.
Thinking that she's investigating a possible black market baby ring, Rachel discovers that the senator was not truthful about his reasons for hiring her. Further investigation uncovers a more sinister truth, where blond haired/blue eyed coeds with few family ties are recruited to join an exclusive club of "Eves," and they are slowly brainwashed and sent to Thailand as sexual slaves forced to perform in hard core videos for Asian crime kingpin Kito, the man responsible for Elijah's 30 months of captivity in a sadistic prison.
Bach's political thriller is a chilling and breathtakingly fast paced romantic suspense featuring a strong heroine who can stand up to her male counterparts. Elijah and Rachel steam up the pages as they try to contain their lust for one another. And Bach leaves readers begging for a sequel to conclude the exciting and unfinished storyline.
Rachel enrolls as a student at Shepard's Cross Ministry, and her CIA contact poses as a computer skills professor. Much to Rachel's dismay (and later delight), her CIA partner also happens to be a former very hot flame.
I don't want to give too much away, so suffice it to say that Rachel and her CIA hottie uncover an "8 mm" type conspiracy without Nicholas Cage.
Despite the over the top premise, I could not help but enjoy this book. As I read it I kept thinking "this is silly!" but the pacing was right on and I kept turning the pages to find out what outrageous thing would happen next. This book reminds me of Iris Johansen but with more sex - a thoroughly enjoyable escapist read.
The father of one of the students at the churches college hires a private investigator, Rachel, to discover what happened to his daughter who dies in a suspicious accident. The ball starts to roll. The CIA get involved and everybody wants something for nothing. Old flame, CIA agent Elijah enters the pic and from then on its explosive. Rachel and Elijah have a past that does not leave happy memories. The tension between these two comes off the page. Many other factors are thrown in like Rachels brother and the game that Rachel has to play with Dwight. And who is Dwight, good or bad? The church, banks, overseas missions, the Pastor. Who did what? Who knows about what and how much of it is really connected.
I have to say that it is better then I thought it would be. I knew it would be ok, but I was entertained cover to cover. I do recomend this book. It had a little of everything in it, so lots fo people can enjoy it. I liked it and will keep my eye out for the next new release.