There are no brakes on this story.The author always goes full speed ahead. Think of the Bourne books but with a more coherent plot. Ms. Waite combines African rebels, CIA types, spies, double agents, a mysterious and important mineral, random psychopaths and mixes them up into a very good mystery. In dealing with spies and conspiracies, its’ very easy to go over the cliff. Many, if not most, thrillers do.The plots become incoherent and just don’t stand up under any type of logic. The author comes a bit close to the edge at times but brings all the threads together. There is also some very good prose. I was reading a female SF writer – award winning – before I read this book. Ms. Waite’s prose is just as good, if not better, than the award-winning writer and, to me, her characters are more realistic.
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Seriously this is a must to read her character was strong willed I could say Dee Ann had her work cut out for her, the research she would have done on this book would have taken her a while. But in the end she brought to life an ass kicking novel, i’m just so impressed how a walk in the jungle became a rescue mission but for Danielle it was all about revenge. In the end this novel so intrigued me that it made me see what she had seen. The black ops, the rescue, the uncertainty, the pain, the suffering and I am so glad she even gave us romance. Still she left me hungry for more and I so look forward to Danielle’s and Kayden’s continuing story. From start to end left me with chills, fire and excitement, bring on the next one I’m ready.