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Miraculous happenings against unexpected complications that bring conflict to their newfound love simply fuel the fire of their journey. Dangerous circumstances and life itself rises against the possibility of such a relationship between them. Yet the drive for fulfillment of this personal desire in their lives continues to keep the pages of hope turning for the faint possibility of them finally being together freely.
Can love truly conquer all? Can Nick and Kalyna overcome their secret lives in order to be together openly, or will they have to forever keep their Love Undercover?
Posted September 7, 2012
Another book that really floored me. I hate to review books I didn't like. I don't want to be the one to crush an authors dream, but this book needs an editor-or a better one than it had. The story line could have been written much more interesting and in much more details. This was like reading an outline not a complete story. So much happens with little explanation why and so many different things are going on at the same time. Not to mention the extremely stilted dialogue. Finishing this book became a challenge and I plowed through a few pages a day to do so.
There is an interesting story(I imagine) behind all the...stuff...but it is lost because of the writing and the way the story is rushed through. The end on the other hand is ridiculous and LOL really. I was disappointed by this book and feel like I wasted my time. I really don't understand how this got published to begin with....I've looked at the Tate website and if this is the caliber of writing they accept, then reviewing for Tate again will take lots of convincing. Which is sad because I reviewed Losing Michal Malone(from Tate) and that was an amazing book.
The author has written that he disagrees with my review and that he and everyone else in the world should not believe any reviews I write. Well that is just sour grapes. This book is awful and I can't say a good thing about it, maybe 1 star is too many.
Spolier: When I fall in love, the thing I usually do is try to kill that person. Oh...maybe that's just Nick. The author told me that this is where I must not have read the book....but I did and this happens near the LOL ending, when Nick is ordered to blow up a building with this love inside. He is in agony after doing it only to discover his love was on lunch, with most of the other employees, when the building blew. Nick didn't know this? Is he that bad at his job he just goes around blowing stuff up without really knowing why or when? What? So confused by this book and I'm still wondering why I bothered to finish it...maybe I thought it could only get better...it didn't.
I cannot recommend this book to anyone. I cannot imagine who would enjoy this book. I received this book free of charge from the author for an honest review.
Posted February 9, 2012
Nicholas Watson is a United States counter terrorism Agent, a position that places him in danger every day he is alive. This excellent book tells of Nicholas’s adventures as he tries to stay alive, do his job well, and still find time for love, all of which are very difficult in his business. The author has spun a great tale full of danger, love, and some humor. Until you read the book it is hard to tell if Nicholas’s real motive for his life is the adventure and the danger or the love affairs he thinks and hopes he will have. His main job on the first assignment in the story is to destroy munitions and some of the enemies connected with those munitions. He is in and out of immediate danger but not every time. Sometimes he gets too deeply involved and can’t make a clean get away and the author makes the reader grin and bear it until the last pages of the book. While on assignment Nicholas sees a beautiful woman while going through an airport in South America, and he just has to meet that gorgeous woman who he immediately is infatuated with but can’t quite catch her. She is just as illusive as he is normally. You might know that when he wants to meet and be with someone, circumstances are dead set against him. From that moment on every time he travels to another nation he is searching for that same woman. He feels she has to be the one for him but how will he ever find her. Meanwhile danger goes on and Nicholas travels, gets in trouble, hides, searches, blows up munitions, kills some bad guys, all the time hoping he will meet that woman again. The woman holds the same position as Nicholas for another nation so when he finally does meet her, they both know that their love is forbidden since they are actually at war with each other. How in the world can they pull this off? Kalyna Muzak is the woman’s name as Nicholas soon finds out. Their adventures as they each work for opposing nations become sometimes hilarious but I am sure it is not funny for them. Eventually Nicholas is given orders to blow up a building containing many people along with munitions and Kalyna. As he watches the building blow knowing his one chance at love since his first marriage failed is gone. His chance for love will have to end in that collapsed building. Larry Johnson has written a story that will be liked by almost any type of reader whether they like love, murder, torture, humor, suspense, and twists written in a way that is easy to understand.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.