Dr. Thaddeus Green survived a werepanther attack long ago, leaving him immortal and a member of the I-Ops team. He’s dedicated his life to genetics and to serving his country. After his mutated DNA led to the death of his loved ones, he vowed to never let anyone close to his heart again. Try as he might, Green is unable to stop the mystical pull to the tall, leggy blonde with a sharp tongue and an even worse bite. Thinking Melanie is suffering from mating withdraw, Green is prepared to do what he must to assure her survival, even if it means claiming her for himself, regardless of his need to protect his heart. Little does Green know that fate has been preparing him for Melanie Daly all his unnaturally long life. When ghosts from the past resurface, in ways he never dreamt possible, the normally mild-mannered scientist finds himself drawing on his inner beast and rage to assure his mate and their future are protected. But even Green can’t fight all of Melanie’s battles for her. Some she has no choice but to face on her own. Rating: Contains graphic violence, explicit sex and strong language.
Radar Deception is a quick, fun, military, supernatural, sexy read. I am enjoy this quick easy read series. We get interesting supernaturals and hot sexy romance.
Melanie Daly is an interesting character from the begging. We meet her in book one Immortal Ops. In this installment she gives her family, friends, I-Ops team as well as us a wake-up call about her. Some interesting bombshells happen that reveal more about this women. She is perfect for Green. Tailor made! I enjoyed seeing the relationship grow and for both of them to find love.
Dr. Thaddeus Green is part of the I-Ops team. He has a past that troubles him and makes it hard for him to open up and love a women. I enjoyed learning about his past and seeing him move on in life. Melanie is perfect for him. Both complemented each other well. The love relationship was not the insta-love we got in book one. It develops over the series and to see them finally come together was nice.
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