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Agents Under Fire (novella trilogy): Guardian Agent, Avenging Agent, Warrior Agent Paperback – December 5, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
I was especially anticipating Troy's story after reading the first two novellas in the series because the teasing glimpses of Troy made me very curious, and I am not disappointed. This is easily my favorite story of the three.
Troy is tough, sexy, brave, loyal and scarred, and when we meet him he's in serious trouble. He's been badly beaten and is likely to be killed. Claire is one of his guards, a recent Army veteran suffering from PTSD, hired as a token gesture by the corrupt Congressman and his sleazy security force. But nobody thought that Claire might be tough, brave, and smart and have a strong moral core of steel. She soon rescues Troy and they begin an uneasy alliance based on a tentative trust and growing attraction.
But all the heroes and heroines are likable and well-developed. The men are brave and honorable and incredibly sexy, and her heroines are just as brave and capable of kicking some butt! These are very satisfying and exciting stories.
Packed full of action and romance, the heroes and heroines are constantly on the run, facing and overcoming challenges put before them and defying anyone who dares to follow!
This was entertaining reading from start to finish and hits upon emotions that everyone experiences sometime in their life.
Dana never disappoints and I've always loved her "sheikh" romances. Agents Under Fire trilogy
takes the drama of romance, suspense and sizzling tension to new levels!
Guardian Agent 2 stars
For a short novella it's ok. I'm alittle disappointed because there wasn't much to hold on to to keep everything rolling. Novellas are short and sweet but it was too short. It was much to ask for the characters to trust as much as they needed to before the end.
Avenging Agent 2 1/2 stars
I liked this novella better than Guardian Agent. Allison has gone looking for her missing fiancé when she runs into Jake. He is now healthy and on a mission. It doesn't take long for trouble to find Allison and Jake is there to save the day. I don't see the sparks between them but apparently they are there between the two. Still disappointed.
Warrior Agent 4 stars
My favorite of all three. The action really started from the first few pages and didn't end. I really liked Troy and Claire's story. Troy was a prisoner and she was his guard. Thanks to her Troy is saved because things were "off". Working together they try to bring down a corrupt politician.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They were all quick reads but in the sense of not being able to put them down.Published 1 month ago by Amanda
Three alpha males; three warrior women. A trio of stories around an original scheme -- combat tourism against a backdrop of politics. This is a story about power and greed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by An Avid Reader
I enjoyed the series. I would have liked to have the stories go on a bit further or more meat to read. Regardless, Dana Marton is good with the steamy scenes. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Patricia
The first story was excellent, full of espionage and tension. The rest of the stories were pretty typical special operations with a touch of romance. Solid summer reads.Published 11 months ago by Bookelf
I really enjoyed reading book. When one story ended, the book was a continuation of the last story line until it ended with what happened with the three service men.Published 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
If you liked Dana Marton's Broslin Creek books, or Mandy M Roth's Immortal Ops, then you would probably enjoy Agents Under Fire. I certainly did. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jenni
I read these novellas as one long book, so am reviewing them as such. It was great to read the story of each agent all at one time, so that I didn't forget or have a fuzzy memory... Read morePublished 13 months ago by arthriticmama