July 3, 2011

Review: The Elite Ops Series by Lora Leigh

This series is a spin-off of Lora Leigh's Tempting Seals series. I read all the books in one week's time because I became somewhat obsessed! *wink*

First let me say, I recommend you read Tempting Seals first. There is a lot of cross over between the Ops and the Seals. Also, the last few books in the Ops series are critical to the kickoff of the Ops.

When I read the last Tempting Seals book, I was disappointed that one of the main characters did not have his own story because boyfriend DESERVED his own book. Imagine my joy when I found out about Elite Ops! Happy happy joy joy!!!

Elite Ops is a group of men that work for the United States government but these men do not exist. They have pledged their lives for up to twelve years to serve their country as "dead men." Each man of the group has a horrible, painful past that leads them to the Elite Ops. They are deadly, human weapons that do covert operations to save us all.

Each story focuses on what has happened to each man, how they struggle with their new lives while trying to put the past behind them. Oh and how they meet some kick ass females and how they have to come to grips with falling in love when they aren't supposed to have any ties to family, friends and a happy life.

Lora Leigh knows how to write strong male and female leads. This series is no different. If you are looking for some hot, kick ass men, women that won't put up with their crap, hot monkey sex and lots of action then this series is for you!

Vhampy's rating: 4 1/2 hot monkey sex stars!

1 comment:

  1. I love Lora Leigh and have read all of her books to date and I have been looking forward to reading the 2nd book in this series. Unfortunately, this is not one of her best. I hate reading reviews that complain about "editing" but this book really lacks editing. It was difficult to follow in parts because she would repeat the same sentence and she would use incorrect pronouns (Logan would make a reference, but she would refer to Logan as "she"). The romance and hot steamy scenes that Leigh is know for were also lacking in this book. Logan and Skye were fighting their attraction, then it seemed like in the next paragraph they were "in love". It really jumped around alot, and I really didnt like the fact that the ending of the book didnt have any conclusion.