Sunday, March 27, 2016

Countdown to Zero Hour (Black Ops: Automatik #1) by Nico Rosso

Ex–Special Forces agent Artem "Art" Diaz is tattooed, muscular and undeniably dangerous. He's also deep undercover, posing as mob muscle for a deadly bratva boss. His mission: gain the Russians' trust. Then lead the strike team that will kill them all.

Chef Hayley Baskov knows better than to get involved with someone with such close mafia ties, but the handsome bodyguard who brought her to this cold, sprawling estate full of ruthless mobsters is inexplicably kind. A little flirtation may keep her safe amidst the growing menace.

As Art’s timetable for action escalates, so do his encounters with Hayley. Stealing what illicit pleasure they can keeps them both sane in the face of evil. But when things get dangerous, Art has to tell her about his assignment, bringing her deeper into the shadowy world of black ops...and putting her life on the line.

Now Art has a new objective: protect Hayley from the man they both call boss.

My review:
Countdown to Zero Hour is the first in a new romantic suspense series. This book reads like a television show. Russian mobsters and a secret black ops company, the thing that saves this book is that it is Art’s first job with Automatik so he can be forgiven the breaches in protocol and I adored Hayley. While she is a civilian in all this she doesn’t let anything get her down for long. She holds her own even when scared spitless. Check your brain at the door and enjoy.
Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.

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