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[Reading] ➰ Cutting Loose (Steele Street, #8) ➸ Tara Janzen – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

Cutting Loose (Steele Street, #8) She S The Unsuspecting Beauty With Something Everybody Wants He S The Secret Agent In So Deep Nobody Can Find Him.Until NowCIA Operative Zachary Prade Made His Name Taking Out World Threats But Now He S Tracking A Very Different Kind Of Danger And Her Name Is Lily Robbins Lily Holds The Key To A Valuable Encoded File That S About To Fall Into The Wrong Hands All Zach Has To Do Is Retrieve The Key And Forget The Rain Soaked Beauty Who Came To His Central American Plantation Seeking Shelter From Than The Weather Lily Knows Him As Alejandro Campos, The Seductive Drug Lord Who Saved Her Life They Met When She Traveled To El Salvador To Film A Documentary And Got Caught In The Middle Of A Nasty Drug And Guerrilla War Now, Back In The U.S., Hunted By Spooks And Assassins, Lily Has To Trust Campos Again Except His Name Isn T Campos, And He S Arousing A Passion So Hot It S Criminal That Is, If They Can Survive Long Enough To Enjoy It

[Reading] ➰ Cutting Loose (Steele Street, #8)  ➸ Tara Janzen – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 405 pages
  • Cutting Loose (Steele Street, #8)
  • Tara Janzen
  • English
  • 03 January 2018
  • 0440243858

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➰ Cutting Loose (Steele Street, #8) ➸ Tara Janzen – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    Apart from a little slow down mid book too much technical info overload and too many bad guys to keep track of this latest edition in the Steele Street series was a rip roaring good time It felt like one of the earlier reads from the series the first five are actually some of the best combinations of hot romance and gripping suspense that I ve read I felt like the series was tailing off though with the sixth and seventh books, sort of losing the romance and the plots becoming a bitc Apart from a little slow down mid book too much technical info overload and too many bad guys to keep track of this latest edition in the Steele Street series was a rip roaring good time It felt li...


  2. says:

    I was all set to give this book a solid five star ratingthen the last page came and went, leaving me feeling like one of the main dynamics of the story had been ignored And it left me feeling rather unsatisfied so I bumped down my rating an entire point to four stars Cutting Loose is the eighth book in Tara Janzen s Steele Street series, and the second book in the Loose subset It s important to note that this book is NOT a standalone Events in this story are directly related to what happ I was all set to give this book a solid five star ratingthen the last page came and went, leaving me feeling like one of the main dynamics of the story had been ignored And it left me feeling rather unsatisfied so I bumped down my rating an entire point to four stars Cutting Loose is the eighth book in Tara Janzen s Steele Street series, and the second book in the Loose subset It s important to note that this book is NOT a standalone Events in this story are directly related to what happened in the previous book, On the Loose It s basically a continuation of things that happened in On the Loose So you really should at least read that one first It would help to read the others to understand character dynamics and the basic set up, but you could probably get by just reading On the Loose first.In the previous book, sch...


  3. says:

    Cutting Loose is another great book in what has become one of my favorite series While I have truly enjoyed each book in the Steele Street series, Cutting Loose was one of the best The hero, Zach Prade, has been mentioned in several of the other books, and he played a prominent role in the last one in his undercover identity of Alejandro Campos, Salvadoran drug lord I have been looking forward to his story, and I was not disappointed Alejandro Campos has been called to Langley for the first Cutting Loose is another great book in what has become one of my favorite series While I have truly enjoyed each book in the Steele Street series, Cutting Loose was one of the best The hero, Zach Prade, has been mentioned in several of the other books, and he played a prominent role in the last one in his undercover identity of Alejandro Campos, Salvadoran drug lord I have been looking forward to his story, and I was not disappointed Alejandro Campos has been called to Langley for the first time in his eleven years undercover with the CIA His eight years of deep cover as a Central American drug lord have ended after a fiasco that left the CIA missing a coveted bracelet containing an important encrypted key The CIA is in a race to find the macrame bracelet before it lands in the wrong hands, and they believe that it must be in the possession of Lily Robbins Lily is a teache...


  4. says:

    Actual Rating 3.5 Stars Cutting Loose still didn t feel like the reason why I ended up loving these Steele Street books, but it DID get right back into the heart of it s absurdly entertaining factor There are guns, there are cars, and there s the hot and steamy sex of which our couple seems to manage over a very long period of time Whew There s high speed chase from danger, but no gun fights or explosions.And it wasn t until nearing the end of the book that I realized that the entire se Actual Rating 3.5 Stars Cutting Loose still didn t feel like the reason why I ended up loving these Steele Street books, but it DID get right back into the heart of it s absurdly entertaining factor There are guns, there are cars, and there s the hot and steamy sex of which our couple seems to manage over a very long period of time Whew There s high speed chase from danger, but no gun fights or explosions.And it wasn t until nearing the end of the book that I realized that the entire setting of this 400 page book takes place over the time frame of one day Only the first couple and last couple chapters are not part of the one day And so that s when I felt a slightly bitimpressed because for a book that manages to dr...


  5. says:

    Another action packed, thrilling ride by Janzen I can t believe how she does it She manages to combine all of my favourite things, hot, torqued up muscle cars my fave will always be Superman s 1971 Dodge Challenger R T Hemi in Sublime Green my parents own a 1973 Dodge Challenger Rally R T in yellow with white leather seats , lots of action, steamy love scenes, complex characters...


  6. says:

    Zachary Prade aka Alejandro Campos Lily Robbins Charlotte the Harlot A Fantastic story that finally brings piece love to the last lost Steele Street crew member This story was such an amazing ride from the very first pa...


  7. says:

    This series is vey entertaining and I find myself repeatedly coming back forIt just doesn t contain the depth and finesse that would rate it higher.


  8. says:

    I read this entire series a while ago I liked the writing style, setting and characters Fun, fast reads all of them.


  9. says:

    I m a little torn on my rating for this book because I REALLY enjoyed it but there was one very important thing that was missing when I finished the book and it took my overall enjoyment down so I ended up at a 4 to 4.5 star rating This is the 8th book in the Steele Street series and is a continuation from book 7 I wouldn t read this book without having at least read the previous book.This book...


  10. says:

    Four stars for action Janzen is the queen of exciting action , but negative four stars for the romance element Like the past five books in this series, I m so disappointed Zach and Lily had such good chemistry in the last book, and my question is where the hell did it go Seriously, they didn t have one personal conversation other than Where did you learn to shoot Then, suddenly, inexplicably, Zach s making Lily stop crying by hooking up in a seedy hotel s bathroom Then he says he s in l Four stars for action Janzen is the queen of exciting action , but negative four stars for the romance element Like the past five books in this series, I m so disappointed Zach and Lily had such good chemistry in the last book, and my question is where the hell did it go Seriously, they didn t have one personal conversation other than Where did you learn to shoot Then, suddenly, inexplicably, Zach s making Lily stop crying by hooking up in a seedy hotel s bathroom Then he says he s in love What That s a huge pet peeve of mine with Janzen that she tells the reader that her characters are in love He was in love Just like that I hate that There are ways to do that, and do them well, but having no personal conversations and barely any connection between the leads other than that they are riding in the same getaway car No That does not work for me As every creative writing student has heard over the years, Show, don t tell Again, just like in the last book, too many alternate POV...

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