This is Seth and Harper's story in the 'in too deep' series. I started with teh 2nd book and did ok but I think this one really needs to have the 2nd book read before it and the 3rd book after it. I like Seth(delta soldier) but Harper(the doctor) I didn't like. Even later I still didn't like the woman though could tolerate her. There's an ongoing story that begins with 'closer' which I missed because didn't realize it began the series. then I think 'relentless' is next, then this one, then 'reckoning'...Seth has lost his hand from a gunshot and has to get a protheses and deal with all sorts of emotional and physical issues. The doctor(Harper) wants nothing to do with their mission and thinks she's being put 'in danger' because of them and refuses to face the fact that she's already on the govt 'hit list' along with the rest of them fo rthe same reason: they were framed and not because of her helping them. I really wanted to whack this woman upside the head but glad I read it since it helped link the 2nd and 4th books together and gave insight to the doctor.
Medical/Army story that was hard for me to get into. For the right person, it could be a winner.
I couldn't finish this book. This book is part of a series and another book should be read before this one. I just didn't care for the heroine in the story. I couldn't relate to her and didn't like her personality. Its too bad because the premise of the story sounded really good and I also liked the hero.
It seemed jumbled and hard to follow the story, perhaps if this was a longer book it might have been better. Seemed better suited to the Intrigue line
Another book in the In Too Deep series by Jo Leigh. I highly recommend reading all the books in the series otherwise you will be left hanging! Good reading.
Awesome book! Awesome series!! I love Jo Leigh's writing, she never lets me down. Do yourself a favor and pick up them up in this order:
Great Book with a twist of mystery, Great erotic scenes explict also
Part of the "In Too Deep" series
I like the "In Too Deep" series as a whole, but this is my least favorite book. I call this the "angry" book because the hero and heroine spend so much time being angry at one another, and at some point, this anger becomes love. It's very difficult to believe, and even though Jo Leigh is an excellent writer, she can't sell this premise.
Second book in a new miniseries:
Seth Turner is a soldier without a battle. He's lost his left hand under the knife of Dr. Harper Douglas - and now he feels broken. Being secreted in a safe house with the gorgeous doc only adds to his pain. He wants to bury himself in her softness and experience love again. He's a man with a mission...
Or something more...?
Living under the radar has Harper on edge. But she's also affected by the sexy Delta Force hero in her care. Why not indulge in a little sexual fling and forget her own loneliness? Seth has almost forgiven her for destroying his life. But will he forgive her for breaking his heart...when she leave?