I loved the idea behind the Medusas-an all female Special Ops group. I'm ambivalent about the terrorist angle. Code named the Medusas, the team is supposed to help the Army determine whether or not women have a place in the Special Forces. Things take a positive turn for Vanessa and her team when Scatalone disappears during a mission. There's a very gentle and slow-burn love story in the book but any sex if there is any, I wasn't sure is off-screen. To prove their worth to doubting foreign military allies, the six-woman team is in the Arctic on an exercise against a pursuing all male Norwegian Defense Special Command squad intending to take them out.
They will march into hostile territory, complete the critical mission and possibly even save the Lieutenant colonel. I know I shouldn't have expected anything else from this genre, and I have only myself to blame for actually reading it. As the series picks off, the Medusa Project is nothing more other than a one time project. I really was into this book. All pages and cover are intact , but may have aesthetic issues such as small tears, bends, scratches, and scuffs. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s.
Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. I read this book in winter in England which is, of course, not very cold at all - particularly compared to the cold of the arctic circle. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. They're just dark and hairy terrorists who speak Arabic and are inexplicably nefarious. I loved how kickbutt she was. There is no sex, but the chemistry between Anders and Karen in this story from when they first meet and there on, and when they fought to see if Anders was man enough to date her was seriously hot! Let me make this clear that this is not a romance.
Exposed to a deadly mind-altering drug, Karen struggles to do her job, stay alive--and remain sane enough not to kill her partners. I think that the plot of the novel was extremely well thought out and all the characters had time to develop and to come in in scenes as the novel progresses. At age fifteen, she dropped out of high school and left the horse farm in Michigan where she grew up to attend the University of Michigan. A female special ops team is tasked with various military goals. If you are looking for action romance with strong, savvy heroines then I heartily recommend this short, fun book. They have come to the Artic Circle to take part in survival training and to prove to the Norwegians that they are on the same par as these men and should be taken just as seriously.
Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Python or Karen is a warrior with an engineers brain. I loved their camaraderie, their team spirit, and how they worked hard how to show the boys how it's done. They are training with various different groups in order to prove the benefit of the all-women force in combat. Exposed to a deadly mind-altering drug, Karen struggles to do her job, stay alive—and remain sane enough not to kill her partners. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition.
And whether they are fighting fraudsters or contending with terrorists, the women of the Medusa Project always find the time to pursue love in the various forms it manifests. When they're sent on an arctic training mission with a Norwegian team, it's Karen's strength that makes the men, especially Lieutenant Anders Larson, sit up and take notice. A good condtion book may have library markings on cover and notes or highlighting sentences on pages but the text cannot be unreadable. The books are well written. The Medusas are matched with the Norwegians up in the snowy area around Oslo. All that being said, it was kind of hilarious. Our main character here is Karen Turner and she is part of an elite group of special forces soldiers who are women, wow! Possible ex library copy, thatâ ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library.
She got to see these trained men in action and she realized that it was possible to put women in their shoes and garner the same result. After earning a degree in Russian and East European studies, she joined the U. Exposed to a deadly mind- altering drug, Karen struggles to do her job, stay alive— and remain sane enough not to kill her partners…. Mass Market Paperback The item is fairly worn but still readable. A common complaint leveled at these books is the fact that the romance feels out of place. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. Pages may include some notes and highlighting.
But before Karen and Anders can find out if their fiery rivalry is more than just competitive spirit, the team uncovers a secret drug lab. The Sleeping King is the first in an epic fantasy series, featuring the best of the genre: near immortal imperial overlords, a prophecy of a sleeping elven king who's said to be the savior of the races. About this Item: Harlequin Enterprises, Limited. When they're sent on an arctic training mission with a Norwegian team, it's Karen's strength that makes the men, especially Lieutenant Anders Larson, sit up and take notice. Signs of wear include aesthetic issues such as scratches, worn covers, damaged binding. She has participated in the Dragon Crest world since 1996.
When the Medusa Project series first kicks off, the Medusa Project is just an experiment. At first, Blake is a little bit skeptical, but he eventually allows to assist Olivia to improve her seduction techniques. I would like to learn more about them. The story line is action-packed though it goes over the edge of the world with the drug scenario. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.
The Medusa books merely touch on the romance. Code named Python, Karen Tucker is the beautiful brawn behind the Medusas, the first all-female Special Forces team. About this Item: Silhouette Bombshell. Dees is an Air Force vet—the youngest female pilot in Air Force history—and fought in the first Gulf War. Cindy Des Best Books Light This Candle Harlequin publishers published Light This Candle in the year 2013. Karen Tucker is a member of the six-woman special forces team called The Medusas. I can't believe they'll end.