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Mountain of Evil: Trident Security Omega Team - Prequel Paperback – 15 April 2017
About the Author
- Publisher : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (15 April 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 136 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1545436282
- ISBN-13 : 978-1545436288
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 0.79 x 22.86 cm
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Trident Security Omega Tram prequel
🌟🌟🌟🌟 I’ve got your six stars
I have been a huge fan of the Trident Security series from that very 1st book, and so many in, there isn’t a single story, where I don’t say to myself “this woman is insane and yet fricken amazing “, just when I think she can’t get any better, tada another book comes out and I’m left with my mouth open – again!
Mountain Of Evil, is the prequel to the new omega team – still part of the amazing Trident Security company, these men and badass women were all handpicked by Ian and Devon. Each member comes with a unique story of where they’ve come from and who they are in Trident Security, one we are given a glimpse of. I’m already loving them, for their terrible pasts and incredible strength moving forward.
Being dropped in the mountains as their 1st training mission together, should have been an easy couple of days (even though, it is tough terrain and let’s face it setup by Ian – it will never be easy), but when a trek turns to a missing woman, their skills are tested trying to find a woman in freezing temperatures and no clue where to find her. Stumbling across her, and the hours that follow the team will pull together to not inly save their own lives, but the life of a young women and try to capture the kidnappers. Not turning out the way they’d hoped, not everyone will make it out alive.
Only the fittest and best can work at Trident , and these men and women will make their mark. Another great addition to the Trident Security series, Mountain Of Evil will have you laughing, cringing, gasping and wanting to finish in one session. I love bad ass men, but badass women rock! I think miss Cole should be one!
Ms Cole has done a fantastic job in setting up a nice bridge between her two series. While it is not necessary to have read the Trident Security series, you may gain a better appreciation for the characters if you do so. This is a fast paced thriller, with Ms. Cole introducing each member of Omega team and providing the reader with some hints as to future plots with them. There is plenty of action as well - both of the physical and carnal kind.
I found myself quickly sucked into the plot and enjoyed the characters. My two complaints are minor and one is definitely idiosyncratic. Ms. Cole used this book to introduce us to the members of Omega team and some of those introductions felt stilted or pedantic. I also didn't love that she wrote the flashback scenes in first person. It threw me out of the scene.
However, with those caveats, this is a strong prequel and I am eager to go and read the Omega Team books as the characters sounds like a lot of fun.
NB: I received a free copy of this book from the author.
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No potential triggers
Without giving anything away this is not a BDSM romance, it's not any kind of romance, or any kind of kink.
It's a bridge between TS novels and the new Omega team stories. It's a suspense, thriller, action type of book and worth the read.
There are some proof reading errors that really should have been picked up.