A covert agency turned him into an indefatigable operative who survives by two rules: carry out all orders as given and never leave a witness.
Wildlife photographer Hope Small has returned to the Crow Reservation in Montana to capture footage of migrating birds. Her ordinary day full of waiting in a beautiful, remote field becomes a nightmare when an armed man crosses her path and abruptly begins to hunt her.
Running for her life, she does what she must to survive, only to discover the man beneath the cold-blooded killer. A man in desperate need of help that only she can provide.
My mind is fascinated and horrified with possibilities the UI and the human manipulation could reach. I am in awe of the imagination it has taken from the author to create this world of super soldiers, who are handled as lab rats, taught them to kill on command, yet when taken from the drugs and environment they all are honorable, loyal, solid people who only aim to serve and protect.
Wildlife photographer Hope Small had calm, understanding, and serenity that I admired. Her honesty and willingness to stand with the man who had ones targeted her was admirable.
Owen has dignity even when manipulated and drugged. His instinct to protect is strong, and his enhanced abilities can be used for the good, to survive, as well as for the evil of the UI.
I love that we get to follow John and Amelia's life so close in these new installments of the series. The bond between them is a rare connection, and I am looking forward to the day when I get a chance to read the book where their story started.
Hope and Owen have a connection that is similar to John and Amelia. It is rare and tender, it is respectful and understanding beyond measures. The passion growing between them is ardent yet loving and sweet. The esteem and appreciation they hold for each other are evident in every scene.
A tense and thought-provoking series of the super soldiers and the brotherhood between them continues with another tale with action and passion for life. The world created around them is mindboggling yet intriguing, the characters admirable and noble yet humble and honest.
An alluring series in multiple of ways.
~ Four Spoons