Friday, 10 October 2008

Die Slowly For Me - T.L. Gray

Marshall Eastwood is a Sniper for the Special Forces team, and a pain to the only female recruit of the team. Not content with giving her hell during training, he becomes wary when her concentration seems a bit off and decides to do something about it. He makes a surprise visit to her home, only to come face to a face with a woman with a loaded gun.

Nikki Jones has the rare opportunity to be the first and only woman in the Special Forces team. She has done and will do anything to keep her position on the team. However she has a secret and that secret has come home, before she’s even realised it.

With a high pressured job, a code of silence regarding what and who they can say things to, plus a no fraternisation rule, can Marshall and Nikki find a way to create their own Special Forces?

If you want a read with fast pace, twists and turns that keeps you at the edge of your seat, DIE SLOWLY FOR ME is a must. The plot is a pleasure to follow, with the issues of women in a male dominated job, parental abuse and the foster care system all being dealt with beautifully by Ms. Gray.

There are some very hilarious moments in this book and you can only have a healthy respect for Nikki’s inventiveness in standing up for herself. You will most certainly enjoy the teams’ reaction to her and the lengths they go through to stay out of her way.

T.L. Gray has produced an absolutely stunning read.

 

Review first published at:

Romance Junkies Review: Die Slowly For Me

0 Speak To Me: