Richie Goldman is the team geek of Delta Force, a warrior and a technical wizard-but nothing is more mysterious to him than women. When a feisty new recruit joins the team just in time for a dangerous mission in the Colombian jungle, he'll have to make it out alive if he ever wants to figure her out.
Melissa Moore is going to be the best woman in Delta Force. Ready to do battle, her biggest challenge is avoiding Richie's sweet and sexy distractions. She was prepared for combat, but falling in love is an entirely different battlefield…
I honestly don't think that Buchman can write a bad story. Every book I've read has been fantastic.
From all the fly by the seat of your pants action scenes to all the get down and really with it real to life interactions and bigger than life personalities.
I love that Buchmans heroes can be hard, they can be strong, but they can also be exactly what the female lead character in each story needs even when you don't realize that's what they're trying to do. Its getting past your/the heroines own issues to accepting that sometimes they know what you really need to wake you up.
I was glad to see that Rich came around in the end when relationship drama gets in the way of happy romance moments but at least he caught on and stood up for his girl when it came down to it or I don't think I would have liked this book as much if he hadn't realized what was going on in time and acted properly to redeem himself.
Yay for Heat Strike.
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