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Exchange of Fire (An SBG Novel Book 1) by [DePaul, P. A.]
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  • File Size: 1999 KB
  • Print Length: 391 pages
  • Publisher: InterMix (August 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: August 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I8RB1GO
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By Diana M. Hockley on September 19, 2014
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I had great hopes for this book - fuelled by the cover to a certain extent - but they didn't pan out. Sandra Wraith fakes her own death - in spite of not being responsible for what happened in the squad, that is shown - and hides out working in an amusement arcade. She was a sniper for an undercover operations unit and the reader is told that no one can leave the squad - it means death if they do. A little far-etched but that is the premise.

Now this is what put me right off.

Sandra runs and Grady takes off after her. Obviously he catches her, but then they go to the mountains to hide out. Now, this trained assassin - Sandra - does not bother to check the vehicle they are in for bugs or in this case, tracking devices, though she obviously knows people are after her. They drive to the mountains, and then with the lights turned on and curtains open so that the whole world can see - they enjoy about ten pages of explicit sex. Of course "people" are watching having followed the truck all the way up the mountain...

Does this sound like professional behaviour?

I have read quite a few books where the main characters are running for their lives and stop to have pages and pages of sex so have to admit that this is nothing new. For a trained assassin and ex-marine (Grady) to be so darned stupid, I just couldn't be bothered to see what other silly things they got up to.
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I started reading this book knowing this was going to be a military romance, not knowing the full content of the book. This is the first book I’ve read by P.A. DePaul. As an avid reader, I was completely drawn to the HOT cover and the synopsis drew me in and I WANTED to give Exchange of Fire a chance hoping it would satisfy what I was looking for in a book…and I believe it did.
We are introduced to Sandra Walsh, a member of SBG (Sweet Briar Group) that is an agency that contracts assassins. We get a back story of her in the middle of a mission; she’s in the position of a sniper which I thought was FANTASTIC because this character was by no means weak. She’s skilled in more ways past what she’s capable with a gun. When the mission goes wrong, situations begin to occur in a domino effect. In the end… she’s declared “dead”. Her family/team mates from the squad believe she’s dead.
She starts life over in a quiet town and this is where Grady comes in. Grady is a small business owner and also an ex-marine, he’s drawn to Sandra in ways that hopes to include her in his peaceful and happy life. Sandra fights her feeling towards Grady knowing that someone or anyone is not meant to be in her future with the decisions she’s made that the past life she has.
Sandra has horrible flashbacks from the life-changing moment of being a sniper; it covers the details of how one life altering event can affect a person. Grady tries to be there for Sandra but when things unfold; he can’t help but walk away. Even after being told that he should stay away.
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Over grown military establishments are under any form of government inauspicious to liberty, and are to be regarded as particularly hostile to republican liberty. - George Washington

1. A mercenary shall not have the right to be a combatant or a prisoner of war. - Art 47. Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I), 8 June 1977

Many military officials reportedly (also) expressed concerns that the security contractors were trigger-happy and “out-of-control cowboys who alienated the same Iraqis the military is trying to cultivate.” Defense Secretary Gates said that the contractors were at “cross purposes” with the military goals, and he suggested they be put under his authority. Opening Statement of Chairman Henry A.Waxman, in US Congress, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, Hearing on Private Security Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan, hearings, 110th Cong., 2nd sess., October 2, 2007

exchangeI first found Exchange of Fire on Reading In Pajamas and was intrigued. I love a “Kick Butt and Take Names” heroine, and Wraith definitively qualifies. A sharpshooting badass with a steady hand and a sharp eye, Wraith is part of a four-man (well, two men and two women, but you get the idea) with a super-secret, blackest-of-the-black private . . . well, corporation doesn’t really describe it. More like “If you even think that you know anything about the possibility of this group even existing, they will never find your body” sort of thing. Anyway! Nasty, nasty with razorblades on top.

But don’t think that this is all a bad deal.
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What do you get when you put a deadly ex-sniper and a former Marine with a troubled past together? Fireworks! EXCHANGE OF FIRE is a highly intense, action packed romance. Sandra Walsh and Caspar Grady are electric. Whenever they are together, there are sparks flying. They are drawn together like magnets, but falling in love could be deadly for them both. This is a hot sexy romance with plenty of drama, action and suspense. You won’t want to put it down until it comes to its thrilling conclusion.

This is the first book in the SBG Series by P.A. DePaul. The author grabs you from the first page and pulls you in. The writing style is crisp and descriptive. You are right there with the characters. The secondary characters add much to the enjoyment of the story. They captivate and titillate. It’s not all romance, though. There is violence, intrigue and bad guys. When Sandra’s past catches up with her, the book takes off at warp speed…and the plot thickens (I’ve always wanted to say that.) But seriously, it really does!

You will love, love, love the secondary characters! Of course they are setting us up for their future stories in the series, but that is fine. They add so much to the story that you can’t imagine life without them. You will be hooked and impatiently waiting to spend more time with them. They have no respect for personal space, which makes them more endearing than they already are. They are a team. They are a family.

This series has gripped me from the beginning. Caspar Grady is the match that strikes the fire in Sandra's soul (and body). The chemistry between the two of them is scorching hot. I kept expecting my Kindle to start smoking. Be sure you are well rested before you start this book. It WILL keep you up into the wee hours.
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