I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Operation: Endgame by Christi Snow
Series: When the Mission Ends #1
Also in this series: Operation: Endeavor, Operation: Endurance, When Love Intrudes
Genres: Romance, Suspense
It’s been six months.
Six months since Jake Madsen let Chris Robertson die.
Six months since the passion between Jake and Cassie, Chris’ sister, stepped over the line.
But now Cassie’s being stalked and it’s time for Jake to swallow his guilt, grief, and lust so he can save her life, even if it’s a life without him. He owes it to his dead friend and he owes it to Cassie. He’s fallen in love with her, but she doesn’t have to know that for him to keep her safe.
Danger, heartache, and hot sex! RAWR!
My Thoughts on Operation: Endgame
What is it about big, strong military men who try to do the right thing but the right thing isn’t really the right thing and when they eventually see the light things come together in a glorious explosion of heaving body parts and danger?
*blisses out on the thought* Man, does it work!
Jake-y boy definitely *thinks* he knows what the right path is for him and Cassie. Good thing Cassie’s stalker forces his hand and puts the two of them back in revolution around one another. Because those two have sparks and to deny that would be a crime. For shame, Jake. For shame.
After round 1 of Jake and Cassie Get Sweaty and Jake bails on her, Cassie shores up her defenses and does the strong woman routine. Which means that she tries to get on with her life while not telling anyone about the stalker she has. Which is… so wrong, Cassie. What good are friends if they can’t help you when someone’s leaving you creepy gifts? Once things escalate, she does come clean but it takes a lot to reach that point. Jake’s reappearance in her life throws her for a loop. In a good way.
This is, coincidentally, when round 2 of Jake and Cassie Get Sweaty begins. *high five*
Nicely naughty with enough danger to keep me on edge and the theme of family and the bonds of friendship running throughout, this book left me happy. The Robertson siblings have a lot going for them and a lot still to get through. I am intrigued.