Close Quarters

Close Quarters

by Lucy Monroe
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Close Quarters 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
Judy_F More than 1 year ago
Close Quarters by Lucy Monroe introduces the daring and sexy men of the Atrati unit. Roman Chernichenko and his team are sent into the wilds of Africa to terminate a national security leak. All the evidence points to an medical relief worker in the Sympa-Med agency. Roman refuses to take care of this threat on such flimsy evidence. He plans on getting to know the worker and then decide a course of action. Roman is shocked to find the aide worker is his sisters Elle's new sister in law Tanya Ruston. Tanya Ruston feels she has found her place in the world by aiding those so desperate in need of medical care. Her boss Dr. Fleur Andikan is a shinning example of someone to emulate for she has overcome great sorrow. Tanya and Dr. Fleur try to serve the needs of those in such massive poverty. But a state department official and his security team both rock their lives. Tanya seems to have caught the eye of the lead of the security team. She really doesn't know Roman all that well but what she sees she really likes. Tanya is drawn to Roman but she knows it can't be permanent. Roman will do whatever it takes to see if Tanya is the informant sell secrets to the enemy. Once he gets to know Tanya as a woman his thinking gets all out of whack. He thought he could seduce her and continue on with the mission but Tanya is so different then any woman he has ever known. Roman's feelings have changed towards Tanya but will she be able to forgive him when she finds out she was being used? Before Tanya can even wrap her mind around what Roman really is, there is someone out there willing to stop at nothing to see her dead. Tanya needs to put her anger at Roman aside and trust in his training to save her life. Close Quarters is compelling. The danger from the corrupt soldiers is vivid and you can feel the menacing stares leaping off the pages. Tanya and Roman dance around their feelings and desire for each other. Their chemistry is tantalizing and powerful. The secondary romance of Dr Fleur and the state department official is deeply moving. This book will touch your heart and stay in your thoughts long after you finish. Lucy Monroe's books are one of a kind and a must read. Enjoy.
chereen wilkins More than 1 year ago
This book is awful. The two "love stories" are both rediculous. Roman the "hero" is rude and condescending. He sleeps with tanya to extract information from her (sometimes having sex with the targets is part of his job) and she forgives him? Yuck! And the story is so convoluted it becomes boring.
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I really love Lucy Monroe's books. Her children of the moon series is my favorite.
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