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Never a dull moment. "It is full of twists, turns, suspense, intrigue and steam! Ryder and Lauren have a lot to deal with, but they are full of spit and sass and are fully capable of dealing with whatever is thrown at them." --Archaeolibrarian
"A fast-paced, gritty thriller." 4.5 stars. Splashes into Books. A "real page turner that keeps you enthralled. The characters are well developed, their dialogue believable and, at times, just so realistic that it is funny. The plot is so full of twists and turns it makes the journey a roller coaster that you're riding blindfolded."
StarAngels' Reviews said: "I couldn't put it down! Ms. Skaggs winds a tale of danger, love and so many other emotions that come to life on the pages. I loved these characters and how Ms. Skaggs used such descriptive and true to life words to make them come alive in my eyes! I can't wait to read about the rest of these Team Fear guys!"
"Gritty, harsh, real... love." 5 stars, author Beth Rhodes says, "the suspense, including the idea that man can alter another human being to make them "better," got me in the feels... [and] the chemistry between Lauren and Ryder jumped off the pages. Exactly why we read romance."
5 stars."Loved this fast-paced and suspenseful novel! The dynamics between the main characters were smoking hot!"
Like "Captain America gone bad, with fearlessness as the main enhancement instead of superhuman strength."
From the Author
The Untouchables seriesNo one leaves the family, except by way of a body bag. How far will they go to escape the mob?
- Untouchable (Sofia and Logan)
- An Untouchable Christmas (Sofia and Logan's first Christmas)
- Unforgettable (Vicki and Blake)
- Unstoppable (Dez and Mick)
- Live by the Team
- Fight by the Team
- Survive by the Team
- Team Fear 4
- Team Fear 5
- ASIN : B01EKE78VU
- Publisher : Sin Street (April 19, 2016)
- Publication date : April 19, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 4595 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 304 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,131,854 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Considering how much her war-widow mother effected her upbringing with her bitterness, Lauren Ryder still married a soldier. She was head-over-sexy-boots in love with Ryder. What she never agreed to was for her hot husband to disappear. She was even less prepared to confront him six months later when he suddenly resurfaced.
Live by the Team is a very well written military romance by Cindy Skaggs. It is rough and tough, as well as gritty and gutsy. The plot teeters between believable and unbelievable. The chemistry between Ryder and Lauren is steaming hot and off the charts. This engrossing story is a stand-alone novel with both an immediate danger, as well as an over-arching mystery. Although the immediate danger is averted, the deeper danger flows into the next book. The “happy ending” is more a suggestion than a reality. Also, each book features a different romance between one of Team Fear's members and his chosen heroine as they too face the team's nemesis.
Lastly, I really enjoyed this book. Not only because of the plot, but also because of the exceptionally well developed characters. That said, I can only recommend this book to mature readers who are not offended by vulgarities (including religious expletives), explicit sexual content and some descriptive violence.
However, the 'love' was too focused on sex (it got redundant), too much of the plot hinged on Ryder's unwillingness to simply say what needed to be said, the super-soldier aspect was all hand-wavy, and I was actually quite bothered that ~80% of the book id dodging one established threat, but that it suddenly evaporated and the last part of the book was dealing with an entirely different, unrelated threat. I suppose it was a plot twist, but it felt more like a plot shift to me.
All in all, I liked Skagg's writing. I'd read another of their books. But this was a so-so read for me.