The Mercenary: The Savage Seven

The Mercenary: The Savage Seven

by Katherine Garbera
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Mercenary (Savage Seven Series) 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read a lot of books, and for me this book was torture to read. The dialog was stiff and boring. I never got a sense that the Savage seven were in fact savage in the least! I did not feel the story line leading to the big romance of the two main characters made me believe in their attachment. I also don't like to pay ten dollars for 170 pages unless its a stellar story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
good, though the emotion is dry.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In South Africa, affluent socialite Olivia Pontouf and diamond-mine manager Ray Lambert are engaged. However, their wedding plans die when she accidentally uncovers evidence he commits business murder and fraud. When he realizes what his fiancée has learned, Ray plots her death. The Savage Seven mercenaries are hired to protect Olivia. However, by the time second in command Kirk Mann lands in Johannesburg, Ray has kidnapped Olivia. The ex-marine is all action and few words as he leads the counteroffensive to rescue the wealthy heiress. He succeeds, but has a new more lethal problem that neither his marine nor his Savage Seven training helps solve; he is attracted to his client and worse she reciprocates never feeling safer than when she is with Kirk. This opening act is more a thriller than a romantic suspense though there is a major romance subplot. That feels out of place and would have been better suited to have had overly spoiled Olivia in a role similar to that of Erika Eleniak in Steven Seagal's movie Under Siege. Still the story line is fast-paced and filled of furious action as Kirk and company kick butt in the terrific South African backdrop. Katherine Gabera provides an overall exciting first magnificent Savage Seven tale. look Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great story from begining to end. It's a sequel to her Bare series.