- Decadent Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2014
- Book 1 of Covert Passions
Erotic Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery
CIA field agent Paige Aster hides a cunning intelligence and lethal skill behind a mask of golden beauty. It serves her well as she moves from one undercover assignment to the next.
Retrieve a stolen United States military defense program from a terrorist cell in Dublin, Ireland, before they trade it to Islamic extremists in exchange for munitions. Her only back up on this time-sensitive mission is a deeply embedded MI-6 operative.
Eoin Fitzpatrick has sacrificed everyone he holds dear to bring these terrorists to justice. He'll sacrifice Diana, too, if she threatens to compromise his mission or his cover. He has orders to do just that – his agency is only doing hers a favor.
Compromised or Comprising?
Paige expects danger, but welcomes passion—taking her pleasure where and when it's offered. She's not prepared for the effect Eoin has on her. Or what happens when she surrenders to him—Paige burns for Eoin but will he leave her burned…
Aug 20, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
115 people found the following review helpful
Going undercover takes on a completely new meaning when Paige gets her new covert assignment.
In GODDESS OF THE HUNT by Becky Flade, the latest Covert Mission installment sends Paige's alter ego, Diana, to help Eoin infiltrate a group of terrorists. Diana pulls out all stops to ensure that her cover is believable as Eoin's lover.
While there is plenty of heat to go around, I found myself wishing that more time had been spent setting up the storyline. There's a cliffhanger, so if you like your stories with an HEA, be prepared to wait.
With only 51 pages, this is a short installment that doesn't provide much room for development. As a result, I didn't have an easy time building a connection with the characters. I wasn't quite sure if I should root for a permanent connection between the two main characters or just chalk it up as a random hookup.
Perhaps I would try again if all the installments were available in one volume, but for now, I am going to hold off.
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