Friday, January 13, 2012

Last Spy Standing - Dana Marton (HI #1328 - Jan 2012)

Series: Thriller

Black ops specialist Mitch Mendoza had thought this South American rescue mission would be routine. But the jungle held unexpected dangers: deadly snakes, armed drug runners and Megan Cassidy. The undercover CIA agent had legs for miles and a hidden agenda -- one that interfered with Mitch's plans. So though he was a lone wolf, he had to keep her close, or risk letting his mission fail. After years of working alone, Mitch found himself distracted by Megan's steely resolve and her soft curves. And he couldn't afford that. Not if he wanted this assignment to be a success...and get both of them out of the jungle alive.

Good book.  I really liked the way that Megan was so good at what she did.  She had Mitch fooled at the beginning, which never happened to him before.  I loved the way that they went back and forth at the beginning, and how they ended up working together by the end.  Megan had her undercover mission, but she also had her personal mission.  Once Mitch found out about it, much as he wanted to complete his mission and leave, he couldn't walk away from her.  I loved the way he was protective of her, but still accepted her capabilities.  It made for the potential of a really great relationship.

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