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  • File Size: 181 KB
  • Print Length: 27 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: August 29, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005JYUWVY
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #555,598 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Bente Gallagher on January 17, 2012
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It isn't easy to write a complete, satisfying, full story in under 7,500 words. Too often, a steamy story that short turns into an excuse for nothing but sexual antics, with no plot beyond the one that takes place between the sheets... or in this case, up against the wall.

That's not the case here. Tag Team is complete, full of action, and not just action of the sexual kind. The story's good. The plot is exciting. The characters are well-developed and compelling, with back-stories and a history. They have more at stake than just their attraction to one another. The love scene fits well into the plot as a whole, but it isn't the plot as a whole; it's just part of it, as it should be.

This is a wonderful little story. I wish it was longer. And I'd really like to see these two have another go at each other, and maybe resolve something of their relationship while they're at it!
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This story packs a powerful punch, seamlessly weaving together edge-of-your-seat action, sizzling dialogue, and a steamy love scene into a tight package that truly satisfies. I've avoided short stories until now, thinking they can't possibly deliver everything I'm looking for. But this one has made a believer out of me!
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Tag Team by Nicola Marsh is a super fast paced awesome short story packed with tension and sexual sizzle amidst the International police drama, action and espionage.

Lee and Fox lock themselves in the strong room when terrorists infilterate their police headquarters. The terrorists give them the ultimatum to either come out of the strong room or they would blow the whole building up in five minutes. Fox asks Coralee whether she would prefer to die scared or they could do something about their explosive sexual chemistry. What a way to die!

I've always enjoyed Nicola Marsh's contemporary romances and this short story delivers a powerful punch! The dialogue and action scenes felt like I was watching a movie rather than reading!
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I'm not really sure of this one, as it seemed to me that the author tried to incorporate too much into too little and didn't really succeed on either count. Here's what I mean...The two protagonists (male and female) have a past together, they are reunited to try to stop a terrorist threat, suddenly they are under attack, they retreat to a safe room where they decide that since they are probably done for they should go out with a "bang" (so to speak), sex ensues, they are saved, end of story. Now wait a moment, this is not really a spoiler unless you are so dense that diamonds are less hard than your head. For me, the story simply had no intrigue, no unexpected twists; so, although it was interesting and somewhat sexy, besides being perhaps more graphic than other "save the world while having sex" books, it brought nothing new to the table. A three star, middle of the road tale, at best. Oh! And just as an aside...tag teaming usually involves more than two people.
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Fox and Lee leap from the pages of this short story in such a way that you are instantly hooked and rooting for both of them! Amidst a life or death situation these two really spark, through dialogue, tension and emotion. When they finally get it on it feels so real, deep and exciting.
Nicola Marsh is a whizz with words, creating such wonderful, fresh, lively characters. My only wish? That there had been more to this story!
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By I. Yiannacou on September 6, 2012
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This free short story was very misleading from the title. It was one of those books that I read not expecting what I was getting myself into.

It is about Lee and Fox who are two agents who have hooked up a while ago while they were on a case together and now they are on another case and Fox hopes to hook up with Lee again but she doesn't want that to happen since he makes her so vulnerable. Their base gets infiltrated and they end up in the safe room together. In the heat of the moment they have sex that lasts .35 seconds and I wonder how she can compare that to the best sex of her life.

Some parts were confusing when they were talking about the case they were on. I didn't really care too much for the details. I wouldn't really recommend this short story. It was written very well, but didn't excite me to want to read more. Sorry.
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It starts off with characters not liking each other, but gives no good reason as to why Garcia doesn't like her; so he just ends up seeming to be a big jerk. He tries to unsettle her and turn her on because he thinks she has it coming, after he purposefully gets her relaxed, so that it will be a bigger shock when he gives her "her marching orders." Nice. Also, his inner thoughts introduce his nickname, Fox, and that he gets pissy if you call him anything else; however, since there is no background given as to how he earned the nickname, he again comes off as a jerk. Wouldn't a true bad ass own a girly sounding name, not dub himself something else? They're dealing with a pretty serious terrorist threat, so him resenting a special forces leader helping out really makes him come off as a (you guessed it) jerk.
Now, Lee is described as something akin to a Navy SEAL, but the best of them; not any rinky dink SEAL, but THE SEAL...so why is she reacting like a normal person? The alarm goes off and she's all "what is that? What's going on? I don't understand what's happening." The bad guy yells and she jumps back from fear, even though she knows she's safely locked away in the panic room. That just offends me on behalf of all women who have ever had combat training. Also, she keeps referencing that she's busting Garcia's chops because he unsettled her, but she never behaves in a manner any male soldier wouldn't; which, actually makes her look like a push over if she thinks that behavior actually makes her a ball buster.
Seeing as how Garcia thinks she's a ball buster when she behaves in a completely normal way for either a soldier or a cop, one must only assume he feels threatened by her vagina. Oh yeah, and somehow, Garcia is always acting before Lee has a chance to react.
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