"You are my mission, querida."For psychologist Claire Cantwell -- code name Cyrene -- the stakes couldn't be higher. Tapped for a top secret mission for the president, the OMEGA covert operative needed the unique expertise of a man with whom she'd shared danger -- and her bed.Lethally attractive special ops agent and ultrasuave diplomat Luis Esteban wanted more than Claire"You are my mission, querida."For psychologist Claire Cantwell -- code name Cyrene -- the stakes couldn't be higher. Tapped for a top secret mission for the president, the OMEGA covert operative needed the unique expertise of a man with whom she'd shared danger -- and her bed.Lethally attractive special ops agent and ultrasuave diplomat Luis Esteban wanted more than Claire was ready to give. Now, with their very survival at stake, Claire has to trust Luis with her life...even if that means surrendering the one thing she vowed never to give: her heart....
|Title||:||Seduced by the Operative|
|Number of Pages||:||220 Pages|
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Seduced by the Operative Reviews
Wow. That's pretty much all I could say after I finished this one in a single sitting. And then I went on repeat. Wow.A truly greatly-penned and well-thought out story with interesting and well-developped characters (I loved both the hero and the heroine), great intrigue and suspense, wonderful descriptions of Prague (made me wish to visit the city again), and slightly paranormal elements (a recurring dream with flesh melting of approaching skeletons).No matter how hard I try I just cant find any faults with this story. The two leads, though their age was never specified I'd guess they were in their late thirties or early forties, added a maturity to the whole story that is absent in books with younger characters. It certainly lacked in tantrums and silly, of-the-top-of-the-head decisions, acquiring a sophisticated, mature feeling that will be sorely missed in other stories from now on.The two were already in an established relationship from the get-go, so there was not much romance development throughout the story, but it still grew and changed from the beginning to end. Yet the subtleness of the romance didn't deter from the enjoyment of the reading. All the elements flowed nicely together, creating a truly wonderful and gripping read.Great writing and narrative style, even greater characters, a wonderfully chilling dream description, gripping suspense, subtle, yet definitely "there" romance, and an amazing final twist that you won't see coming.A+
I waited patiently through quite a few books to read in detail Agent Cyrene (Claire) and Col Luis Esteban's story. Bits and pieces of it were revealed throughout approximately eleven books because Cyrene is the resident psychologist for OMEGA and agents worked with her constantly. She and Luis were mentioned or appeared in a lot of books. In CLOSER ENCOUNTERS, Riever and Tracy's story, the epilogue had a wedding between the two and it was mentioned in that, "Claire and her gorgeous husband, Luis Esteban, hired the orchestra". In the middle of the Close Encounters story there is a scene where Cyrene(Claire)is talking to the heroine where she explains she is license to practice in three states and recently Mexico where she and her "husband" maintain a home. So clearly when Close Encounters was issued in Nov 2006 Claire and Luis were married. In Dec 2009 SEDUCED BY THE OPERATIVE was released and these two were still working on a relationship. He pops in and they have wonderful sex but he wants more and she's not ready. So through four subsequent books we readers have all the married couples from the series aligned including Claire and Luis and in SEDUCED BY THE OPERATIVE they are not married but they get married in chapter 13 of the book? Please! This inconsistency threw off the entire story for me and the only reason I didn't rate it a two was because the mystery kept me reading. The relationship threw me off in the second chapter and I could have easily stopped reading! That's how annoying a key piece of the story became. As a Lovelace fan, I am totally annoyed over this. The Code Name: Danger books flow one story into the next and this just did not play out for this reader!
This was your typical Silhouette book. The story was fast paced, the mystery solved very quickly and the characters were all beautiful and rich. I admit I have only read some of the series, so I do not know a lot of the history between the two main characters. I was surprised the main female character would enter a relationship just for the physical aspect. She did not seem the type. Overall, it was a quick and entertaining read.
There was just not a believable story here. There was not much substance to this book at all. Good thing it was a really quick read, or I would have given up on it before much longer.
This hero was memorable from the first time he step on the pages of previous books. Wonderful to finally read his story.
A good quick read about coming to terms with losing a spouse and loving again.
Romance at it's best.