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A-Tac is a black-ops CIA unit masquerading as Ivy League faculty. Tyler Hanson is the demolitions expert for A-Tac. Her motto is "Duty first". The last thing she wants is to get involved in a relationship. When Tyler meets Owen Wakefield, a handsome British operative, she ends up in his bed for a single night and never expects to see him again. But then Owen is brought into A-Tac.

Logan Palmer is with the NSA. (Think Internal Affairs. Policing America's intelligence agencies.) Palmer is out for one thing and one thing only. To work is way up the political ladder any way he can. Somewhere in the A-Tac chain, there is a mole. Someone is leaking out vital information. Palmer believes Tyler is the guilty person. Palmer inserts Owen into A-Tac to find proof of Tyler's guilt.

As Owen works with A-Tac, he becomes more and more positive that Tyler is innocent. He also becomes more positive that he feels more than simple desire for Tyler. But no one on the team knows that Owen is actually working for Palmer. Most everything they know about Owen is a lie. When they eventually find out, the mess will hit the fan.

**** FOUR STARS! This episode tackles the mole issue that has been an ongoing subplot in the previous titles. No worries if you did not read them. The author makes sure that new readers are not left floundering and confused. (Each title is a stand-alone tale. They are exciting and I recommend reading them simply for the pleasure of it.) Dee Davis writes romantic suspense like no other! ****

Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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