Thursday, August 20, 2015

Dominate Deception by Bella Juarez





Title:Dominant Deception
Series: Black Ops Brotherhood, 3
Author:Bella Juarez
Publisher:Siren-Bookstrand
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/F
Word Count:108,262
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Siren Classic: Erotic Romantic Suspense, spanking, sex toys, HEA
Navy SEAL Captain Jack “Rock” O’Malley is playing a deadly computer game with a hidden enemy. Jack must look outside his SEALs to an unlikely savior. Anna Santiago keeps her head down as a quiet system administrator hiding a painful past. Anna buried her outgoing, confident personality along with her husband and daughter. Jack sees behind the glasses and is drawn to the irresistible Anna. Both fight the pull of a powerful attraction. Can Jack keep his relationship with the unwilling Anna professional?
In fighting an enemy he can’t see, Jack drags the reluctant Anna into his Black Ops world. They are sucked into a cyber rabbit hole of dire consequences. Jack and his SEALs discover that his beloved Anna is the terrorists' next target, and he is faced with a choice that could end his military career and possibly his life. Can Jack and his SEALs keep Anna alive before the terrorists stalking him decide it's game over?







Review
Anna has suffered an unimaginable loss, so she keeps her head down and soldiers through each day.  So when she comes across an unusual virus, she reports it and moves on.  But moving on is not in the plans, at least for Anna.  She has stepped into a minefield that puts her in the forefront of the cyber war against terror and places her life in danger.  In steps Jack, commander of a new division and the man who has just become her new boss.  And so it begins in the next installment of Bella Juarez’s Black Ops Brotherhood series.  And while this is the third story, you can plop yourself right in without getting lost if this is your first time meeting the Brotherhood.  I really loved Anna and Jack.  Anna was so broken but she still persevered.  She changed her entire life and while there was no passion and little enjoyment she still put one foot in front of the other.  That changed with Jack.  He wasn’t expecting Anna and wasn’t sure she could be trusted but he refused to allow Anna to coast.  Especially when he found his emotions engaged.  I loved how Ms. Juarez didn’t make it easy for either Jack or Anna.  Both had to learn to trust in not only their emotions but each other.  Danger surrounded them and politics were not their friend but together they found themselves stronger.  Dominant Deceptionis well written and full of twists and turns.  The chemistry between Anna and Jack is believable.  Ms. Juarez allowed their relationship to grow in a naturally even if it wasn’t always easy.  This story is well worth your time and your money.

                               Five Shooting Stars

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