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Unlike the first two books in this series, Charity isn't falling in love with a CIA operative, she's hooked on a Nameless One. That's what the girls call the men who kept them captive, in the dark about what they were capable of, and experimented on them.
Tony is different, though. He feels guilt for what he did, as soon as he realized how bad things were in captivity, he wanted out, and he wants to prove himself now. Unlike the CIA guys, because his brain is so much computer, he spends a lot of time trying to be analytical. And doesn't always succeed. He's learning to dive into his emotions and embrace them.
Charity is as well, but she's not quite as eager to feel things. She likes the safety of staying removed.
As these two come together, and at the same time try and destroy the past that almost destroyed them, things really heat up. And the sex scenes in this book were the hottest yet, in my opinion.
Love this book, again. When's the next one, Ms. Gimpel?
Charity is eager for freedom but all is not well for her. She has some medical issues that are putting her life at risk. She has to rely on one of the men she hated at the compound to save her. Tony is sorry for his earlier actions and how the women were treated. He really wants to help. He finds himself more and more committed to her but Charity is trying to keep her distance. It is a real emotional battle for her to decide if she should take a risk on love.
I highly recommend the whole series. It is a very well-written series and the characters are so intriguing. Each character is very well-developed and you really grow to care about them and want them to have a chance at happiness and a real life. There is a great mix of action too which keeps the story exciting.
I am voluntarily reviewing a copy I received.