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Out of Sight (The Men of T-FLAC: The Wrights, Book 5) Mass Market Paperback – August 26, 2003


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Ivy Books (August 26, 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0804120021
  • ISBN-13: 978-0804120029
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.8 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,190,380 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

Sex and suspense spice up the newest entry in Adair's Wright brothers series (In Too Deep, etc.), which focuses on T-FLAC legend Kane Wright and gorgeous rookie sharpshooter A.J. Cooper, who Kane reluctantly agrees to take on his latest assignment. The action unfolds in Egypt, where the notorious terrorist Raazaq has set up camp. When A.J. freezes in the midst of the operation, Kane vows to ship her home and finish the job himself. Unfortunately, Kane's superiors have other plans. With A.J. posing as a model and Wright as a photographer, they try to lure Raazaq into the open. But just as their plan looks like it's going to succeed, they discover that Raazaq has obtained deadly chemical agents and is one of the few people who knows where the bioweapons are hidden. Now they must race to find them before Raazaq achieves his goal of world domination. The plot races to its far-fetched finale; even the sex scenes, which occur in unconventional places like an elevator and atop a camel, are swift. Although A.J.'s quick temper and childish defiance may grate on readers' nerves, this larger-than-life adventure is sure to satisfy those who appreciate high stakes and heavy drama.
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Review

...has dished up another tasty treat with her absolutely delicious romantic adventure, OUT OF SIGHT (Ballantine - Sept. 2003)! -- Patricia Rouse, Rouse's Romance Readers Groups

What a terrific read! Lot's of action, great romance. -- Ann Coleman Paperback Outlet Bookstore

More About the Author



New York Times bestselling author Cherry Adair's innovative action-adventure novels have appeared on numerous bestsellers lists, won dozens of awards and garnered praise from reviewers and fans alike. With the creation of her kick butt counterterrorist group, T-FLAC, years before action adventure romances were popular, Cherry has carved a niche for herself with her sexy, sassy, fast-paced, action adventure novels. She is hard at work on two new series - CUTTER CAY and LODESTONE, and loves to hear from readers. Cherry loves to interact with readers, and she's easy to find on Facebook http://tiny.cc/l1iva or Twitter http://twitter.com/CherryAdair.

To see scenes from Cherry's books, find a printable book list, read excerpts, watch videos, learn more about characters, or receive her newsletter, visit www.cherryadair.com

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Customer Reviews

He is the leader of a mission to take out a really nasty operator in Egypt.
Tanya L. Schaub
The sex isn't as good as in the other books and, sometimes, it borders on the ridiculous.
D. Gross
This was a great book, filled with plenty of suspense, action and hot sex scenes.
A. Rowley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mary Kate on August 22, 2004
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I enjoyed the other books in this series, though strangely, it seemed to me that each successive book was a step down from the one preceeding it. Kiss & Tell remains the strongest and most enjoyable. By the time I got to Out of Sight, the decline in reading pleasure had sunk so low that I was unable to finish the story. I was completely turned off by the self-centeredness of the heroine. Her inability to see the larger picture in life and death situations endangered not only herself but others, and ultimately led to the death of another character. She seemed less troubled by this than she was with proving herself, which I found contemptible. My two stars are for the hero, who deserved a much better woman. I'll be waiting for Ms. Adair's newest entry, On Thin Ice, to be released in paperback before purchasing. I sincerely hope this series, which began with so much potential, will get back on track. The author has a lot of talent, and I'm looking forward to better things from her.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 13, 2003
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I waited SOOOO long for this book. I'm a huge Cherry Adair fan. Like most of the other reviewers, I found this book to be very disappointing. Part of the problem was that the action part of the book (involving chasing Osama-like terrorists, doomsday machines, potential mass casualties) was just too intense. To have the main character experiencing a romance in the midst of this terror was just ridiculous. I was too freaked out by all the terror to really buy their ability to jump each other in the midst of severe danger. This formula CAN work if handled gently... for example, Suzanne Brockmann does it with her Navy SEALS. I'm really hoping that Cherry Adair scales back the terror and cranks up the romance in her next book!!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By destiny morna on November 24, 2003
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This was the second book by Cherry Adair that i have read--the first being Kiss and Tell and for some reason, this book was a little disappointing.
Out of Sight tells the story of AJ- a female sniper in an anti terrorism unit. Due to a training mishap, she has lost her edge and makes a mistake on her first assignment. Her partner is Kane- a legend in the anti terrorism unit. Together, AJ and Kane are after a terrorist who has stolen a virus and intends on releasing it.
They follow the terrorist over the desert to his hiding place to stop his plans. On the way, the battle his henchmen, their feelings, the desert environment etc.
In premise, this book sounds like it should be great, but AJ was a little one dimensional and the book was off. I liked the character of Kane but never felt the chemistry was on between him and AJ.
Like other readers, i thought that Kane guessing Aj's real name was hilarious, but otherwise the story seemed disconnected. I hope her other books are better.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Lynn West Simsbury on September 23, 2003
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I've been a big fan of Cherry Adair since her first book in the Wright series. It seems, however, that with each consecutive book, the quality has diminished. This one was a utter disappointment. The summary of this book made me want to buy it right away. Imagine my sadness, when instead of being transported into an exciting and sexy story, I was treated to a science fiction novel filled with a dirty sandcrusted couple traipsing across the desert. Even though Kane seemed like a hottie, I couldn't understand why he would want to spend time with A.J. the one dimensional robocop. The sex scene on the camel was one that I will never forget (not a good thing). Sex and romance sells, I want to see more of it in Cherry's next novel or she will lose this reader.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "riccidar" on September 3, 2003
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What a major disappointment! I was eagerly awaiting the new book in Ms. Adair's Wright Family series, and it was a total flop. Is she just pounding out the words to finish this series or what? I thought she was a fabulous up and coming. It turns out she came and went. What was she thinking?
These two characters had no connection whatsoever, unless you count the sex. Which by the way was pretty far fetched and not at all hot and bothering like her previous novels. I don't recommend this one at all. What a shame
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Gross on September 12, 2003
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Compared to the other Wright sibling books, this one has more military action and less relationship development. Basically, A.J. Cooper and Kane Wright fight the enemy, have sex, fight the enemy, have sex - you get the idea. The sex isn't as good as in the other books and, sometimes, it borders on the ridiculous. The absurd sex-while-riding-a-camel scene sounds like it was taken from an Arabian Prince Abducts Fair Maiden bodice ripper. And the book is filled with annoying inconsistencies. One that really bothered me was Kane getting dressed after a night of sex in a stranded HUMVEE during which A.J. has literally shredded his clothes. Did I miss the part where he tossed the Samsonite with a change of clothing into the HUMVEE? After being repeatedly told about Kane's razor sharp senses, we're expected to believe that his Egyptian guides sneak out of their desert camp with 6 camels? And that Kane and A.J. walk for hours across a desert with no landmarks and arrive at their destination, no worse for the wear? Give me a break. And, in case you're wondering, you never find out what A.J.'s name really is.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By iheartjackbauer on September 13, 2003
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Kane Wright has one objective, to kill a terrorist. Although against it, Kane follows his orders to take rookie sharpshooter A.J Cooper with him on this assignment. When she cracks under the pressure, Kane doesn't care how she looks or makes him feel, he's taking her down.
A.J Cooper spent her whole childhood relying on her looks. When she went out into the big bad world, she knew that she didn't want to count on her looks for success. Joining T-FLAC, she had the highest goal, which goes up in smoke the day that she screws up the op.
Although I immensely enjoyed Out of Sight, it didn't hold a candle to the three previous Wright books. Although high on suspense, it was low on romance, which was a big dissapointment. Adair endeared her writing to me with her humorous, yet dramatic approach at love which was most noticeably absent in this book. If you haven't read this series, don't start with this book. Kiss and Tell is still my favorite :)
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