Deep Disclosure (A-Tac Series #4) [NOOK Book]

Overview

After spending years in prison under deep cover, black ops agent Tucker Flynn joins A-Tac, an elite CIA unit masquerading as faculty at an Ivy League college. Nothing can shake him-except a vulnerable young woman marked for death.

DUAL DECEPTION

When Tucker is assigned to protect-and secretly ...
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Deep Disclosure (A-Tac Series #4)

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Overview

After spending years in prison under deep cover, black ops agent Tucker Flynn joins A-Tac, an elite CIA unit masquerading as faculty at an Ivy League college. Nothing can shake him-except a vulnerable young woman marked for death.

DUAL DECEPTION

When Tucker is assigned to protect-and secretly investigate-Alexis Markham, he expects a routine mission. But this mysterious beauty has a past even darker than his: her father created a horrifying new biochemical weapon-and was murdered to keep it secret.

Alexis has spent the last decade racing to stay one step ahead of the shadowy operatives who will stop at nothing to possess her father's formula. She can trust no one, not even her handsome new bodyguard. But the heat that flares between them is impossible to resist. Will giving in to passion bring her the safety she's always craved, or will her love for Tucker draw him into a killer's sights?
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Editorial Reviews

New York Times bestselling author Christina Skye
"Don't miss any book by Dee Davis."
Brenda Novak
"The bullets are flying in this fast-paced, high-octane, romantic adventure. Don't miss Deep Disclosure-it's Dee Davis at her best!"
Roxanne St. Claire
"High-stakes action and high-impact romance . . . Dee Davis leaves me breathless."
FreshFiction.com on Dark Deceptions
"Whew, I read this book in one sitting. For those readers who enjoy romantic suspense, this one is a keeper!"
Mariah Stewart
"Dee Davis is at the top of her game."
NightOwlRomance.com on Desperate Deeds
"This series is fast paced and action packed. You will not want to put this book down until you have read the last page."
RT Book Reviews
"4 Stars! [A] compelling, entertaining storyline, action-packed and full of mystery, suspense and an unlikely romance. Readers will not be able to put it down; this is a real page-turner."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609419387
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Series: A-Tac Series, #4
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 77,289
  • File size: 878 KB

Meet the Author

Bestselling author Dee Davis worked in association management before turning her hand to writing. Her highly acclaimed first novel, Everything in Its Time, was published in July 2000. Since then, among others, she's won the Booksellers Best, Golden Leaf, Texas Gold, and Prism awards, and been nominated for the National Readers Choice Award, the Holt Medallion Award, and two RT Reviewers Choice Awards. When not sitting at the computer writing, she spends her time exploring Manhattan with her husband, daughter, and Cardigan Welsh corgi.

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  • Posted August 29, 2011

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    If no one knows me, do I still matter to someone?

    Living your life hiding in plain sight was stressful and draining for Alexis Markham but she had it perfected after all these years. She had been running from someone, who lurked somewhere, trying to get back something she has, and yet knows nothing about. Alexis only knows one fact everyone in her life that she has ever cared about is dead over this unknown item she does not have. When she survives yet another attempt on her life, her salvation comes to her rescue in the form of Tucker Flynn. Alexis wants to believe he is on her side but everything she has been taught tells her to keep her guard up and her few possessions close.

    Tucker's story makes sense when he says the words to her but Alexis has his stats run, and even though everything checks out still she is not sure. She believes he is too good to be true because white knights do not just show up and save you, do they. Alexis question's how a man can have a connection to her that knows how to shoot, hot-wire a car and keeps her one-step ahead of the force that is behind the intent to kill Alexis.

    All these things are true enough because Tucker is part of an elite organization known as A-Tac a secret, fringe group of the government and he knows all about black ops and trying to stay alive just like Alexis. Tucker and A-Tac have the capabilities to make anything appear to be something it is not and once Tucker gets close to Alexis he discovers he wants to stay there for more than professional reasons. She is not weak or frail but completely battered and worn down by the life she is forced to lead. Tucker is determined to be her salvation and in perhaps she can help him out as well.

    Alexis knows better than to get comfortable or to relax because that is when another bomb will go off or a body show up bleeding to death on her floor. She wants to trust Tucker, but can she truly, after all these years think someone may have answers to her questions when the seeds of doubt and the hint of lies are planted. Alexis runs and tries to escape from this nightmare but again Tucker turns out to be the answer to her prayers and maybe she will believe in fate. This horror runs very high up and the secrets that come out of the darkness finally make Alexis choose whom she will believe.

    I have loved this series from the first book and felt from that point forward that there could never be enough books in this series. I am grateful that this series continues and with each book, Dee Davis shows how great a scary mind can work!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 27, 2011

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    Well written and has good action,

    Reviewed by Alice D. for Readers Favorite

    Alexis Markham has operated under an alias for the past six years. She lives an untraceable life in New Orleans thanks to the protection of longtime family friend George. Years ago, Alexis' father, Rudolph Baker, worked for the Department of Defense. He was assigned to develop a biotoxin bomb and was threatening to go public about its deadly consequences when he, Alexis' mother, and her older brother were killed. Alexis, or Lexie, back then, was saved only because she was not home. Fast forward to the present, and Alexis is in danger, however well she has hidden her past. Alain DuBois and his host of "bad guys" think she has her father's formula for that deadly Omega bomb. Tucker Flynn, well-connected super sleuth, is assigned to guard Alexis; and it's good that Tucker has friends in government espionage, for everywhere he and Alexis go, houses they stay in are blown up and people's lives endangered.

    Deep Disclosure is well written and has good action. The plot proceeds logically with the twists and turns that make romantic spy novels so popular. The intrigue that makes this genre good is first rate here, and characters are well developed. Alexis, for instance, has weaknesses that make her appealing and her character believable. That she keeps her old pink and purple backpack filled with a few childhood keepsakes in a safe deposit box is a great literary device. That the Omega formula is in a copy of her mother's favorite book adds to Deep Disclosure's appeal. That her father is the "bad guy" makes the book's conclusion weak. If he, Alexis mother and her brother were killed, why was his body never found? A missing body makes accepting his guilt easier and the book's conclusion more acceptable.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 30, 2011

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    a deadly delightful CIA thriller

    Thirteen years ago in Walsenberg, Colorado, the fire at their home left Alexis Markham's parents dead. Her father's friend George placed her in hiding to keep her safe as he knew her dad's work on a top secret biochemical weapon formula led to his murder and she would be next by whoever betrayed Markham.

    George is dead from an explosion in which former San Mateo undercover prisoner Tucker Flynn saw first hand while on the phone with his brother. The CIA A-TAC operative obtains the position of Alexis' bodyguard to keep her safe and learn what the secret is she conceals. He knows she conceals something that he needs to know. As they fall in love, he realizes he willingly would die for Alexis and she feels likewise for Tucker but she refuses to reveal what she hides.

    The latest A-Tac romantic suspense (see Desperate Deeds, Dangerous Desires and Dark Deceptions) is a deadly delightful CIA thriller in which the heroine's secret as well as who wants her dead make for a compelling tale. The story line is action-packed from the first fire until the fiery finish as the engaging romance supports the intrigue.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 26, 2013

    Loved

    I loved the whole A-Tac Series. I love being able to finish one and got right to the next one. Very good.

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  • Posted January 21, 2013

    Wonderful

    Great book, love the action and the series.

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  • Posted August 10, 2012

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    Alexis Markham has spent the last decade running from her father

    Alexis Markham has spent the last decade running from her father's secret. Once a scientist for the government, her father developed a biological weapon. Then his team was killed, and he took his family into hiding. Alexis was the only one who survived when the government found them. And now, it seems they've found her again. Tucker Flynn is in charge of protecting and secretly investigating her as a member of A-Tac (an elite CIA unit masquerading as Ivy league college faculty). He has his own past he's trying to overcome. But they quickly ascertain that nothing is as it seems. Can Alexis let down her guard to finally let someone help her?

    I've read all the books in this series, and loved them. Davis' fast-pace and emotional conflict make for an enjoyable read. Just when you think you've got this figured out, she throws you another curve. Though I liked the previous books, Tucker has got to be my favorite hero of them all. Set mostly in New Orleans, Davis sets the scene like a pro, drawing you into the Cajun south with a flourish. The array of secondary characters adds to the story nicely. If you've followed the books, this won't disappoint.

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  • Posted February 18, 2012

    check it out

    great book on a rainy day. Follow the characters through good and rough times. Good read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2011

    ITS THE BEST ROMANCE/ACTION BOOK!!!

    I would recommended this book!!!! The book is one of my favorites. I couldn't put it down with all the romance, suspense, and action. It has a few twists for the protagonists and it makes falling in love with the characters that much harder.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2011

    It was OK

    Not great. I'm bummed I spent money on it instead of waiting to check it out from the library. I've already deleted it from my NOOK library.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

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    Not my favorite...

    I have enjoyed each of the A-TAC books up to this one. I didn't feel the connection between Tucker and Alexis that the previous characters have had. Their relationship never really developed for me. I hope the next release picks up again as I really want the series to continue.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 6, 2011

    Another HIT for A-Tac

    This is the 5th book in the A-Tac series. I am not sure how Ms. Davis can top this one. The book has it all. Bad guys coming from each direction, even so far as to kill each other, you have a formula that everyone wants, but no one knows where it is. There is an amazing love story that seems so fragile yet so meant to be. Then you have all of the A-Tac players back and helping keep justice, still reeling from their own betrayal. When I first started reading, I was SURE I knew who done it, but I was completely wrong. I was also SURE I knew what the key was to the formula, and again....wrong. I love when I find out along with the team, makes the book more enjoyable to me. I really can't wait for Hannah and Harrison's book, coming April 2012.

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  • Posted September 1, 2011

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    A Hot Read for the end of a Hot Summer

    Alexis Markham knows life in the shadows but now those shadows are getting deeper. With the death of the only person who knows the real her she needs to dig herself deeper into her life of deception. When Tucker Flynn shows up out of nowhere and offers help it's hard to trust, but she has no one left to turn to, so on a leap of faith she turns to him. Tucker Flynn has lived his life in the shadows of black ops and covert operations so when he's assigned by A-Tac, a CIA covert organization, to get close to Alexis and discover the truth about her, he's all for it. But things change when the feelings they have for each other go into dangerous territory. Can they depend on each other for security and can they keep this attraction they have for each other at arms length while they try to solve this mystery.

    Dee Davis takes us into her world of unbelievable crimes, criminals and the ghost operative good guys who make the world safer right under our noses, these aren't the tales you'd read in the paper unless of course the CIA has it's own version of the New York Times. She does this with her spook-speak of the agents and bad guys and with her descriptive dialogue that make it easy for us mere humans to follow along, yes sometimes the plot gets thick with suppositions and twists but if you read carefully you will be able to follow the convoluted story line. Her characters are made up of not everyday people but folks pretending to be everyday people while living double lives and keeping us safe from the baddest of bad guys, and remarkably she does this by making them believable in their un-believability. Her hero and heroine of this escapade are likeable and inspiring. The romance is doomed from the beginning, so to find out if that all elusive HEA is possible for them you'll have to read for yourself. The love scenes are descriptive but not overly explicit.
    If you need something to remind you of the heat of August in September, you'll find it here in your must read category of Autumn.
    This reads well as a stand a lone, but for the back stories of all the other characters you'll meet in here read the others in the series too.

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