Deep Cover (Love Over Duty #3) by Scarlett Cole

Deep Cover by Scarlett Cole
Series: Love Over Duty #3
on July 31, 2018

ARE THEY IN TOO DEEP?

Ex-Navy SEAL Cabe Moss always comes when called to duty―at all costs. Even though the death of his fiancée nearly destroyed him, Cabe won’t let his past interfere with any work that has to get done. When his latest task pushes him to team up with FBI Agent Amy Murray, a fierce beauty with the undercover skills to match, Cabe must admit that, for the first time in years, he wants to do more than just complete their mission together…

Amy was born ready for this assignment, but working side-by-side with the the strong, silent, and frustratingly professional Cabe seems to be the biggest challenge of all. But when the sparks begin to fly―and the stakes rise to dangerous heights―the only thing Amy is left worrying about is how she can resist him. Their lives may be in danger, but their hearts hold the biggest risk of all…

Scarlett Cole, where have you been all my reading life?

Let me start by saying I don’t consider this a romance novel at all. It’s not about love and pink fluffy things. Yes, the main characters are attracted to one another and they kiss, have sex and live happily ever after, but the story isn’t about them precisely.

Deep Cover is one of the most exciting, pulse-pounding stories I ever read. If you’re a fan on action thrillers, then you should definitely read this book.
If you want to learn about counting cards at Blackjack, or how to snap the cable ties from around your wrists if you found yourself bound, read this book.
If you’re curious how an FBI agent, who goes undercover in a casino, and a former SEAL Navy, along with the CIA and all the other three-letter agencies work together to bring down a money laundering and women trafficking operations, read this book.

The plot is structured, the characters are strong and smart and there’s so much action, that you won’t be able do breathe or put the book down. This is far away from my usual readings and it’s definitely not a pink fairytale, but I enjoyed it immensely.