(One Eyed Jacks #1)
by Cindy Gerard
An exciting new series featuring Mike "Primetown" Brown, a character from her popular "Black Ops, Inc." series.
For the seven years after Operation Slam Dunk went south, Mike Brown got drunk on each anniversary. The eighth year was no different--until he was drugged by a woman and woke up to her questions about what had happened eight years ago in Afghanistan. CIA attorney Eva Salinas has her own theory behind what happened to Mike's team--which included her husband--in Afghanistan eight years ago, and she's determined to prove foul play. Though she doesn't trust him, Mike is the only person she can turn to for help. Under an assumed name, Eva convinces Mike to assemble a new team and go after the traitor who screwed up both their lives. As they track down the rogue who started it all, Eva and Mike discover they can't live without each other. But can they stay alive while an enemy is still on the loose?
My life revolves around Cindy Gerard book releases and I’ve been looking forward to Killing Time since the first mention of the nummy nummy Primetime.
All Cindy’s stories are packed with page upon page of addictive storyline. Every paragraph, every sentence, every single word is like a hit to my destructive reading disease.
Killing Time was an intense story which starts the series off with an almighty bang. Not only is Mike fighting against the men who destroyed his career many years ago but he is still dealing with the way it ruined the relationship with his two best friends. Automatically my attraction to him from previous books grew into something four dimensional...Wow, that sounded poetic, almost intellectual. What I really mean in “Jodie Lingo” is that he moved from my casual fantasies to my full-time spank bank.
Although Eva and Mike start out on opposing teams –with Eva detesting Mike with a passion that sees her drug and abduct him – there is still the immediate seductive goodness that comes hand in hand with a Cindy Gerard story. I swear that lady could make the Virgin Mary fall in love with the devil.
There is so much heat, so much tension, so much drama that you will not be able to put this book down until the final page. And when you do, you will want to read it again.
I can’t wait to read about the other One Eyed Jacks.
3.5 out of 5