Operation Endgame by Christi Snow
Date Read: June 2012
Genre: Romance, Suspense
It’s been six months.
Six months since Jake Madsen let Chris Robertson die.
Six months since the passion between Jake and Cassie, Chris’ sister, stepped over the line.
But now Cassie’s being stalked and it’s time for Jake to swallow his guilt, grief, and lust so he can save her life, even if it’s a life without him. He owes it to his dead friend and he owes it to Cassie. He’s fallen in love with her, but she doesn’t have to know that for him to keep her safe.
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Series: When The Mission Ends #1
Also by this author: Operation: Endurance, The Shadow of Mudflap, Through the Veil, Found At the Library br> br>
Also in this series: Operation: Endurance
Read for Review (Author)
Overall Rating 4.00
Character Rating 4.25
Story Rating 3.75
First Thought when Finished: I seriously lived in the wrong part of West Texas growing up! Operation Endgame by Christi Snow showed me Lubbock is where it is at!
What I Loved: Friends to HEA’s are always a delight to read! That doesn’t happen very often in Romantic Suspense but I think in this case it worked out perfectly. Cassie and Jake have sizzling chemistry that just smolders off the page! I love that we meet them as younger children and see the wonderful friendship that their attraction is built upon. It is hard not to love them as a couple and root for them the whole way! I love that Cassie is a history professor and game co-creator. The geeky history chic in me just adores that these play a major role in who she is and how she thinks. She is a brilliantly flushed out leading lady! The end scene was so lovingly sweet that I think I swooned a little!
What I Liked: I am a thriller reader/lover and the stalker case in Operation Endgame was really well done. I guessed about half way through who it was but there were times that I questioned my guess. I really like when the suspense keeps me guessing like that! I also really liked Jake and his protection of Cassie. He was always trying to do what he thought was the right thing.
What made me go huh?: I wish a little more time was spent on the dreams had by Cassie before the end. I have always found twins and their connection fascinating.
Final Thought: This was a great opener to the series and I can’t wait for book 2!
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