Friday, August 30, 2019

Pat's Review: Shadow

Shadow by Janie Crouch
Publisher: Janie Crouch (August 16, 2019)
Series: Linear Tactical, 6
Genre: Romantic Suspense

Heath Kavanaugh lost years of his life working for a covert agency that ended up being the enemy. Knowing they put something inside his head—constant, incomprehensible whispers—is driving him crazy.

He needs answers, but they’re nowhere to be found.

What he definitely doesn't need is to fall hard for his Linear teammate's younger sister, Jacquelyn—the adorable linguistics doctoral student who happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Especially when Heath’s attention puts her directly in the path of a danger he thought was gone for good. To stop it, they’ll have to figure out what’s in his head. And hope it doesn’t destroy them all.

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Pat's Review:

Another suspenseful, sexy wild story from Ms. Crouch. Previous members of the team, with a few new additions, make the story jump.

Heath Kavanaugh is an operative who formerly was a member of Project Crypt. He was recruited from college and with other members was sent on missions they thought were government sanctioned. Turns out not so much, and all the members were being manipulated into super soldiers. When Crypt was eliminated, Heath was left with gibberish sounding voices in his head. The one person who could explain was assassinated right before his eyes. With a request from a local FBI Agent, Heath agrees to go undercover at a university to search out faculty members who are selling government secrets. Little did he know he was going to be a janitor.

Lyn Norris is working on her Ph.D in linguistics while her family believes she is studying hospitality services. She loves languages and loves saying “naughty” words in several dialects. She meets the new janitor, Heath, and something about him catches her attention. He seems to always be around when she needs a helping hand. Little does she know he is an operative from her brothers company, Linear Tactical.

The action is like a roller coaster ride that doesn’t end, and the sizzle between Lyn and Heath is amazing. This is a great addition to the Linear Tactical Series, and I hope there is more! Shadow can be read as a stand alone, but the first five books in the series are equally exciting, suspenseful, and hot.


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Source: eARC

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Thanks for the review, Pat! 


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