In their race for the truth, love must prove more powerful than America's worst enemy…
When a gorgeous, bleeding woman on the run falls into the arms of Sean "Metal" O'Brien, the former SEAL medic knows just what he can do. Heal her. Tend to her. Keep her safe.
What he can't seem to do is keep his guard up. Something about the haunted, hunted beauty knocks down all his defenses.
Felicity Ward is no stranger to secrets. Raised in the Witness Protection Program, her whole childhood was a lie. But she couldn't have known that her family's secrets—secrets she didn't even know she was keeping—could spark a nuclear war.
And nothing could have prepared her for the tough, sexy warrior who first saves her life and then vows to protect it, no matter what.
Nuits Blanches, Tome 5 : Midnight Promises
She didn’t want to die, not after having just found a friend. Not just a virtual friend, either. A real friend, in meatspace.
To stave off the tears she sketched another shaky smile. “You know,” she said weakly, “I’ve always wanted to say this.” She held out her hand, Princess Leia in the hologram. “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi, you’re my only hope.”
And she blacked out.
Je trouve que la série s'épuise, les personnages deviennent répétitifs : ce sont tous des anciens SEALs bardés de muscles au cœur tendre. Il y a un peu plus de variété chez les personnages féminins, Félicity dans ce tome est plutôt amusante avec ses références littéraires et cinématographiques, mais le complot du KGB parait peu crédible.
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