Good read - as are all of the books in this series. It stands up well to the changing times.
Mackenzie Family Saga
1. Mackenzie's Mountain (1989)
2. Mackenzie's Mission (1992)
3. Mackenzie's Pleasure (1996)
4. Mackenzie's Magic (1996)
5. A Game of Chance (2000)
Zane Mackenzie's story - Absolutely loved it. He is a hot, sexy, ALPHA male who helps rescue the strong heroine from a terrorist kidnapping. Great pace to plot, like all of Linda Howards!
I reread this bk recently. The romance is hot and enjoyable but there is too much covert/military stuff taking place for this to me a personal keeper.
Great series, wonderful stories all.
I completely loved this book and I reccomend it to anyone.
Loved this book. One of Linda Howard's best.
good book. worth the read.
Two stories in one, first Linda Howard's story of Zane Mackenzie and Barrie Lovejoy. Also, the first story in Beverly Barton's "the Protectors" series.
MacKenzie's Pleasure is my favorite Linda Howard MacKenzie book! Navy SEAL Zane MacKenzie is the most romantic strong hero and I highly recommend it. There's lots of good plot action and I liked the storyline, it moves fast and you will love all the characters!
There's a bonus of a second book by Beverly Barton with this one, and it is good too!
Daughter of the American Ambassador to Greece, Barrie Lovejoy has been kidnapped from the Ambassador's residence. The terrorists have quickly moved her to an abandoned building in Libya. As luck would have it, there is a U.S. Navy SEAL team training within hours of the site. Led by Navy SEAL Zane MacKenzie, the mission is to rescue Ms. Lovejoy and get out of Benghazi without anyone noticing. Zane finds Barrie beaten and tied to a bed in an empty room. He moves her to another part of the building where they must wait for a signal from the rest of the team. Barrie and Zane grow closer as the long night turns into an equally long day of waiting to rendezvous with his team.
This story is classic Linda Howard. It is a category romance that was written in the 90's and feels a bit dated. Howard's alpha heroes are a little too much for me to take sometimes, but I do seem to easily forgive the MacKenzie men in her books. My rating: 5 Stars.
Good book. Both stories were good.