Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Exit Strategy by Shirlee McCoy ( Mission: Rescue #3)



Lark Porter thinks she'll find answers about her husband's death when she returns to their former home, but someone doesn't like the questions she's asking. She's quickly taken captive, and all that stands between her and certain death is a mysterious stranger telling her to trust him if she wants to get out alive. Hostage Rescue and Extraction Team member Cyrus Mitchell marvels at Lark's strength and determination to survive. The closer they get to freedom, the more dangerous the situation becomes. Once free, though, it takes all the skills and training Cyrus has to outmaneuver the deadly killers on their trail.

Mission: Rescue—No job is too dangerous for these fearless heroes

  • ISBN9780373446735
  • Price5.99
  • CurrencyUSD
  • EditionPaperback

  • My review: Exit Strategy by Shirlee McCoy ( Mission: Rescue #3)

    4 STARS

    This  is the third book in the Mission Rescue series.  I like this series.  Exit Strategy was exciting, lots of drama, mystery and romance.  Is a clean read too. I like the characters of Hart.

    Lark Porter is a widow in a lot of trouble.  She is a prisoner, who has not eaten for days because every time she eats she is drugged.  Lark came back to the compound to try and find who murdered her husband.

     Hostage Rescue and Extraction Team member Cyrus Mitchell.  Has come to Amos Way and got a job in security.  He was really looking for Lark Porter for a friend.

    Amos Way is a commune for a religious sect. Elijah Clayton was the leader. They had a fence and a security force.  The compound was watched over with security cameras.  In the middle of no where in the Pennsylvania forest.  There was something more going on here than just a religion.

    Cyrus went in without backup.  They took his cell, keys and money away.  No cars in the compound at all.

    This has car chases, shootouts and lots of other drama.  This was a good story.  One other thing I like while the characters fall in love fast they don't rush into sleeping together or even marriage fast.  It seems more real that way.

     I like Shirlee McCoy's writing style.  I will continue to keep reading her stories in the future.

    I was given this ebook to read by Net Galley and Harlequin.  In return I agreed to give a honest review of Exit Strategy.

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