I've always been a huge Cindy Gerard fan. This book started out OK, but I was soon bored. I was glad to read that this was a new series -- that she finally moved on from the BOI series -- only to be disappointed to find that this book is, in fact, another continuation with the same characters. After this many novels, it's getting a little boring, and very predictable. The relationship between Eva and Mike didn't really click with me. I wasn't crazy about either one of them. I guess what really disappointed me in this book is the way it wrapped up WAY TOO QUICKLY.
When our group of unbelievably (and I do mean unbelievably) gorgeous, smart and infallible heroes find themselves in the usual hot spot, they try to shoot down a helicopter full of some of the bad guys who are escaping, but fail. Then, of course, the gang from the other books rushes to the rescue in their Black Hawk helicopter and blows up the helicopter full of bad guys, which then crashes to the ground on the rest of the bad guys, killing them, too. Since our "heroes" were incommunicado with their good-guy buddies, how the heck did the good-guy buddies know their friends (our heroes) weren't (a) in the helicopter or (b) on the ground with the rest of the nefarious bunch? Given that, you'd think they would find out before potentially blowing up their friends. It makes no sense and the reader is given the impression that the author had met her required pages and just gave it up quickly.
I'm ready for a new group of people instead of the same old super heroes and the same old scenarios. If you've read her previous books, then you've read this one. I expect more from Cindy Gerard. Sadly, she didn't deliver with this one.