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  • Desperate Deeds
  • Dee Davis
  • English
  • 12 August 2018
  • 9780446542029

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  1. says:

    I won this book from Goodread's First Reads programI was pretty excited about getting this book I love movies that involve government organizations or spies If I could bundle my love of Jason Bourne style intrigue and action with an in depth relationship I would be one happy camper Who could pass that up? Too bad that spies are a lot boring in book versionThis is going to be a really hard review for me to write It will probably end up being a lot shorter than my other ones too It's really hard to think of what to say about a book that you didn't love and you didn't hate It was justthere I was very apathetic about the whole thingEven things that normally irritated me didn't get a rise out of me in this one The relationship was flat and underdeveloped but I just didn't care enough to actually want depth The secret agents seemed really dense and blatant but I just didn't care enough to be bothered There was even a part that I thought would piss me off for sure It was where Owen and Tyler tried to use some computer skills to get into an encrypted thumb drive It would have been much better if the author had just glossed over the details Then it wouldn't have seemed like a third grader could do it But even then it was only a minor irritation that passed uicklyThere was nothing wrong with the book but it just seemed to plod along for me The action scenes were brief and uneventful and so were the sex scenes It just felt monotonous My attention wandered freuently while I read this and I kept picking it up and putting it down I even picked up two books in between the time I started this book and finished it When the bad guy was revealed I actually couldn't remember who he was I had to skim in the beginning to refresh myself There were a lot of names thrown around in this book and with my attention wandering it was hard to remember them all I really felt that the bad guy seemed to come out of nowhere Also that was the lamest reason for being a bad guy that I've ever heardI think if you like reading about spies and government organizations you might enjoy this book As for me I'll stick to the movies from now on At least then I have lots of cool fight scenes to distract me from thin characterization 2 12 stars I didn't hate it but I sure didn't like it


  2. says:

    OK here’s the thing I haven’t really had any books that have done this to me This book made me feel apathetic I didn’t care if I finished it or not It’s not because it was a horrible book it wasn’t bad at all It wasn’t good either It was simply OK But then OK is just not good enough Why? Take a look at the plot – this had the potential to be an excellent intense edge of my seat type of read Tyler is a member of the A TAC team a CIA unit that works on covert missions While on a mission delivering prototype detonators her team is hijacked and she is the lone survivor The rest of the book is spent trying to find the person or persons responsible for this crime and to stop those detonators from being usedOh and I left out the romance aspect Right after her team is killed and after a lengthy debrief Tyler decides to console herself in a hotel bar and meets the one night stand guy of her dreams Am I wrong to think that after having a near death experience you would want to have a one night stand? Of course the man was compared to James Bond Then she ends up working with him – how uncomfortableWhat amazed me about this book was the amount of death that followed Tyler It seemed like in each chapter someone either tried to kill Tyler or someone was killedI have to admit that the last 15 pages were extremely exciting I really was on the edge of my seat It’s really too bad that the suspense could not have permeated the entire book It would have greatly increased my enjoyment


  3. says:

    4 stars – Romantic SuspenseThe thrilling A Tac series centers on an elite CIA Black Ops unit of men and women with different areas of expertise communications extraction munitions computer hacking who use their positions as faculty at an Ivy League university for cover while secretly fighting terrorism and taking on the government’s most clandestine dangerous missions The series began with a bang in Dark Deceptions as the team’s second in command Nash Brennon raced to thwart an assassination attempt by his former field partner lover and traitor? Annie Gallagher It heated up to explosive levels in Dangerous Desires as extractions expert Drake Flynn battled mercenaries and his sizzling attraction to CIA informantpackage Madeline Reynard while evading dangers in the Colombian jungle And things came to an intriguing exciting end in Desperate Deeds as demolitions specialist Tyler Hanson and sexy mysterious Bond like spy and former MI 5 British operative Owen Wakefield chased down hijacked nuclear weapons while also trying to uncover a mole within A Tac to prevent a calamitous terrorist act of destruction The trilogy was wrapped up rather nicely but some matters were left unresolved and a few characters still need their own story so it’s a good thing there are A Tac books slated for 2011 and 2012 With interesting characters military intrigue espionage kick a agents balancing duty and the goal of the mission against their own desires high octane action and steamy hot romance A Tac is a satisfying romantic suspense series that fans of authors like Stephanie Tyler Suzanne Brockmann Cindy Gerard Marliss Melton Catherine Mann and Cindy Dees should find appealingDark Deceptions 4 starsMy favorite of the series Dangerous Desires 5 starsDesperate Deeds 4 stars


  4. says:

    This is the 3rd book in the series There were so many twists and turns in this book It is about Tyler and Owen I loved Tyler from the previous book and I was not disappointed Tyler is one touch chick I loved that was never beat around the bush kinda person She laid it all out there whether you liked it or not Tyler is so damn smart and such a risk taker Seriously loyal to her friends and family keeps emotions in check always Owen oh you naughty boy I was kinda mad at him through some of the book Don't get me wrong he was super sweet and had emotions when Tyler didn't But his hidden agenda made me mad at him lol Tyler referred to Owen as James Bond lol I can see that in my head British accent and all It was such great chemistry between the two of them OMG finding out who the mole was was killing me I mean I had an idea then I tossed it out then went back to it Wow the mole IT was so screwed up I was like NOOOO But what can you do? Ok so here is my only complaint because seriously the book was great but there was so much tragedy I mean one thing after another and it all centered around TylerSenseless deaths and through it all Tyler would think about it for a moment and then say push it back Wait until later I have things that need to be done Meaning looking for the baddies So by the end of the book I was like ok let it out Tyler Come on baby cry scream something Nope never happenedGive me even one paragraph I was seriously like ummmm yeah I would be a mess Also I do not recall Owen ever telling Tyler that he loved her Just that he cared a lot In light of everything I was really hoping he would throw it out there But nope Like I said no biggie just wished for it Found out who the next book is about and I am seriously excited Cant wait for that one


  5. says:

    Desperate Deeds is the third book in Dee Davis's A Tac series and I thoroughly enjoyed The uestions that have been haunting me since book one Dark Deceptions are answered yet it leaves it open enough in the end that there may be A Tac books to come in the future I am not uite ready to leave the fascinating world of A Tac and I am hoping there will be a spin off set in the same world surely Avery deserves his own storyIn Desperate we get to know about Tyler Hanson a demolitions expert and a recurring character in the first two books I really liked her she is smart and tough but she still has a feminine side She is the kind of heroine I like reading about as she is interesting and multi dimensional Her hero is Owen Wakefield and he's okay; he is supposed to be British but I wasn't really feeling it Tyler and Owen are great together and I thought the chemistry is there Desperate is not as pulse pounding or fast paced as book two Dangerous Desires my favorite but there's plenty of action and don't think you know who the mole is there's a few twist and turns before we find outThough this book can be read as standalone and you can easily catch on the the back story I think you'll enjoy Desperate if you read the first two books However if you read the first two in the series then this book is definitely a must read Overall I think Dee Davis can definitely write thrilling romantic suspense and Desperate Deeds is a satisfying conclusion to a great series


  6. says:

    Not the best writing I've come accross There were so many used up cliches that I was rolling my eyes most of the time and thinking I can't believe she used that one as well If those detonators fall into the wrong hands what was good for the goose No time like the present It would have been a happy ending if only you'd wanted me instead of that damn Brit Let her go Fat chance she's all mine now The characters were completly forgettable the plot was loose and flat and the action really unbelievable I would like to see this author take interest in building her characters before throwing them into unrealistic situations Taylor for instance shows very few signs of devastation in finding her father and stepmother dead and then her friend and on and on The very next morning she's displaying a chipper attitude and can't wait to catch the bastards that did this yet another overused clicheFunny enough her best writing was during the sex scenesVery disappointing


  7. says:

    This is by far one of the best romance novels I have ever read I wouldn't really call this a romance novel though There were only 3 bedroom scenes Even though I didn't read the books in order I did understand this bookDee Davis uses great descriptions The plot is really good Someone steals some weapons from the British government and is trying to frame Tyler in the process First the thief uses Tyler's scarf to lure her The culprit goes way too far He kills Tyler's stepmother and father He also places cameras throughout her house including the bedroom and the bathroom That is just sickThis book alone has made me want to read the rest of the books in the series I may even try Davis's other books This book didn't annoy me at all


  8. says:

    If your looking at this book to read and havent read the first 2 books I recommend doing that first This book for the most part wraps up an on going story arc that started in the first book Dee Davis has created characters that you come to love through out all 3 books There are books to come that will have the story of other characters we met in these 3 books I for one am looking forward to Tucker Flynn story This was my first time reading this author and I can say after buying and reading the first book I immediatly bought the second read it and then the third Sad I have caught up with series and have to wait until July for Lara Prescott story and then August for Tucker Flynn


  9. says:

    To be honest I'm writing this review with there being a pretty large span between reading it and now but I still remember it as if I read it yesterday This series just keeps getting better for me I loved the chemistry between the main characters and how Strong Tyler was The only thing that broke my heart was the ending and who it came down to as the villain Even though I know it had to work the way it did and it made for one amazing story This was a steamy heart pumping thrill ride that will leave you wanting


  10. says:

    This was a great read that kept me on my toes with so many twists and turns So glad I got my hands on this book and can't wait to check out the rest of the series


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Desperate Deeds

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As the demolitions expert for A Tac a black ops CIA unit masuerading as Ivy League faculty Tyler Hanson has two great loves literature and explosives She lives by the motto Duty First and doesn't have time for personal attachments until a steamy one night stand turns into a professional partnership BURNED BY BETRAYAL When Tyl. I won this book from Goodread's First Reads programI was pretty excited about getting this book I love movies that involve government organizations or spies If I could bundle my love of Jason Bourne style intrigue and action with an in depth relationship I would be one happy camper Who could pass that up Too bad that spies are a lot boring in book versionThis is going to be a really hard review for me to write It will probably end up being a lot shorter than my other ones too It's really hard to think of what to say about a book that you didn't love and you didn't hate It was justthere I was very apathetic about the whole thingEven things that normally irritated me didn't get a rise out of me in this one The relationship was flat and underdeveloped but I just didn't care enough to actually want depth The secret agents seemed really dense and blatant but I just didn't care enough to be bothered There was even a part that I thought would piss me off for sure It was where Owen and Tyler tried to use some computer skills to get into an encrypted thumb drive It would have been much better if the author had just glossed over the details Then it wouldn't have seemed like a third grader could do it But even then it was only a minor irritation that passed uicklyThere was nothing wrong with the book but it just seemed to plod along for me The action scenes were brief and uneventful and so were the sex scenes It just felt monotonous My attention wandered freuently while I read this and I kept picking it up and putting it down I even picked up two books in between the time I started this book and finished it When the bad guy was revealed I actually couldn't remember who he was I had to skim in the beginning to refresh myself There were a lot of names thrown around in this book and with my attention wandering it was hard to remember them all I really felt that the bad guy seemed to come out of nowhere Also that was the lamest reason for being a bad guy that I've ever heardI think if you like reading about spies and government organizations you might enjoy this book As for me I'll stick to the movies from now on At least then I have lots of cool fight scenes to distract me from thin characterization 2 12 stars I didn't hate it but I sure didn't like it

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Er meets Owen Wakefield a handsome British operative she seduces him with no intention of ever seeing him again But then the sexy Brit is brought into A Tac and despite Tyler's efforts to keep her distance she finds herself falling for him Trusting him Owen seems too good to be true and he is He's hiding his true motives and. Not the best writing I've come accross There were so many used up cliches that I was rolling my eyes most of the time and thinking I can't believe she used that one as well If those detonators fall into the wrong hands what was good for the goose No time like the present It would have been a happy ending if only you'd wanted me instead of that damn Brit Let her go Fat chance she's all mine now The characters were completly forgettable the plot was loose and flat and the action really unbelievable I would like to see this author take interest in building her characters before throwing them into unrealistic situations Taylor for instance shows very few signs of devastation in finding her father and stepmother dead and then her friend and on and on The very next morning she's displaying a chipper attitude and can't wait to catch the bastards that did this yet another overused clicheFunny enough her best writing was during the sex scenesVery disappointing

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Identity and no matter how he feels about Tyler he can't keep her secrets One of A Tac's members has turned traitor and helped terrorists to hijack a shipment of nuclear weapons As witnesses start dying and evidence starts disappearing Owen and Tyler must race to find the mole and prevent a final cataclysmic act of destructio. This is by far one of the best romance novels I have ever read I wouldn't really call this a romance novel though There were only 3 bedroom scenes Even though I didn't read the books in order I did understand this bookDee Davis uses great descriptions The plot is really good Someone steals some weapons from the British government and is trying to frame Tyler in the process First the thief uses Tyler's scarf to lure her The culprit goes way too far He kills Tyler's stepmother and father He also places cameras throughout her house including the bedroom and the bathroom That is just sickThis book alone has made me want to read the rest of the books in the series I may even try Davis's other books This book didn't annoy me at all


About the Author: Dee Davis

Award winning author Dee Davis worked in association management before turning her had to writing Her highly acclaimed first novel Everything In Its Time was published in July 2000 Since then among others she’s won the Booksellers Best Golden Leaf Texas Gold and Prism awards and been nominated for the National Readers Choice Award the Holt and two RT Reviewers Choice Awards To date she