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Code Name: Ghost (A Warrior's Challenge Series) by [Waters, Natasza]
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From the Author

Code Name: Ghost is Book One of A Warrior's Challenge series. There are five books total in the series. Only Book One has a biting cliff hanger, the remainder of the books in the series are stand alone.

About the Author

Natasza Waters spends her time creating stories with a twist of steam, plenty of action, and characters to dream about. A Warrior's Challenge series beginning with "Code Name: Ghost" is a high octane U.S. Navy SEAL series with men of honor, resilient women and a storyline hard to forget. Natasza also reviews novels with InD'Tale Magazine supporting other authors of Indie and self-published books.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1223 KB
  • Print Length: 355 pages
  • Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing (July 19, 2013)
  • Publication Date: July 19, 2013
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E3G4ALW
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By Lisa on August 14, 2013
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I am having a tough time rating this one. It is not a typical Romantic Suspense book in that there is no Happy Ending. In fact there really isn't an ending to this book which is FRUSTRATING! I want to know who the bad guy is. I want to know if Snow White and Ghost get to live happily ever after or not. I want the story to at least have a freaking ending! Honestly, not having an ending is not, in my humble opinion, fair to the readers. We buy a book with an expectation that there will be an end. It's a contract of sorts. We buy the book and invest our time to read it and trust that in return the writer will take us on a journey, and like all journeys it is supposed to end!!! I don't have a problem if the author wants to weave smaller journeys (individual books) through a bigger journey (a series of books), but each book or smaller journey should have some type of conclusion. This book has absolutely no conclusion what-so-freaking-ever, and it has me a bit miffed. I feel robbed!

Now, that being said, the story - so far - is excellent, albeit heart wrenching! I cried my eyes out through this book. I am so invested in these characters which makes the no ending thing that much more difficult. It is so well written up to that stupid and ridiculous non ending that I would have given 5 stars and put it on my favorite list! However that non-ending completely ruined it. An incomplete story equals a big fat zero for me. Hence my dilemma of coming up with a rating. Half way between the two is 2.5 which I'll round up to a 3, but honestly that is a gift for such a misuse of trust.

If you want to read the book, just know that the author is playing dirty, and leaving her readers hanging so they will have to read the next book.
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I'd Give it a 10: Code Name: Ghost by Ms Natasza Waters

It's rare that I get to read a romance novel that packs a punch: literally and figuratively. Code Name: Ghost by Ms Natasza Waters is one such book. From the first line up until the last line of the book, I went through a gamut of emotions: giggles at the verbal and sexual banter, laughter at the biting and sometimes ribald humour of Alpha Squad, anxiety at suspenseful scenes, a feeling of gratitude and warmth for all of the men and their families, not only in the book, but for servicemen everywhere; and, excitement and heartbreak for both Thane and Kayla.

Ms Waters has successfully built up the characters of Code Name: Ghost, delving into their respective psyches and showing several layers of their personalities for readers to understand what makes these characters tick. Thane is a soldier, first and foremost. His external and internal conflict perhaps epitomizes what other servicemen may be going through. He knows the pros and cons of being a SEAL and he lives for that.

Until Kayla comes into his life and his priorities fly out the window.

Thane's codename fits him to a T. He's a ghost in so many levels. A ghost who kills his target even before the latter has a chance to acknowledge the Grim Reaper. Women who want to be the one by his side can't snag him. And with Kayla? She refuses to acknowledge or accept what Thane truly feels and is offering her. The tables have been turned, eh, Thane?

Now Kayla. Gosh, my heart went out to her. Without resorting to melodrama, Ms Waters has successfully given the reader a glimpse of why Kayla is the way she is. And she is beautiful despite the fact that she is so broken. Everyone seems to have given up on her except for Thane....and Mace.
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This was one good book.

Had a little to much angst and loads of missed opportunites but a good tale none the less.

Call sign Ghost is Thane Austen.

Austen the 37 yr old Commander of SEAL Team one. Thane is getting a little long in the tooth to be active in the field but he's also got the body, muscles and attitude to lead and he does. He has no intention of leaving the field and his team. Not unless he's six feet under.

Of course his Captain and good friend Red is trying to convince him to get out of the field and man a desk. Austen isn't interested in manning any desk. Not as long as he's breathing and can get the job done.

Kayla Banks is a tactical specialist and was hired while Austen and his team were deployed. Kayla is also from Canada and has loads of baggage. Baggage that almost no one knows about.

Austen isn't to keen on Banks. Oh he thinks she's drop dead gorgeous but has no use for women anywhere near operations where the safety of his team depends on them. Banks will have to prove just how good she is. Austen isn't taking anyones word on that.

Austen likes the ladies but only when he's looking for sex.

Women are never invited to his house. Its either the ladies house or a hotel and either the woman are in out and gone or Austen is.

Austen has no intention of being a SEAL who gets landed by a woman looking for marriage. Nope. Marriage just isn't on his agenda.

Austen has a list of women he can turn to when he's in the mood for sex. No strings attached. Just the way he likes it. Oh and ladies do love Austen. Hell. They are always looking to score with the big 6'3" handsome SEAL.

Banks also has no wish to get involved with anyone.
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