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PDF ↠ BOOK Code Name Bikini SEAL and Code Name #9 FREE ï CHRISTINA SKYE ↠ Ex cop Gina Ryan traded in her Smith Wesson to follow a dream Now she's creating decadent desserts aboard a luxury cruise ship in the Caribbean But a gorgeous passenger is about to send her perfect world up in smoke—TracE size of Montana? When a dangerous assassin from Trace's past appears Gina and Trace must join forces to save the ship's guests The clock's ticking and they'll need every weapon at hand from body armor to chocolate ganache I thought I read this one on Hurricane Ike evac but apparently I read it before So The heroine is the ex cop pastry chef on a cruise ship The hero is an ex spy or he wants to be an ex spy but he's talked into taking on one last easy job Going on a cruise and handing off some information Except nothing's ever as easy as it seems He gets tangled up with the heroine who has her own nasty nemesis in the food service area who gets tangled up with the hero's nemesis and there are friends and the heroine has a kind of doom hanging over her which complicates things even It's a nice easy read with some not too nasty suspense mixed in

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Ex cop Gina Ryan traded in her Smith Wesson to follow a dream Now she's creating decadent desserts aboard a luxury cruise ship in the Caribbean But a gorgeous passenger is about to send her perfect world up in smoke Trace O' I don't understand why these books are marketed as light and fun when they're notI also didn't think this one was believable The last one I read photographer who knits? forget the title at least had a situation that seemed right stranded on an island far away from the everyday world This one is about an ex cop turned pastry chef working on a big cruise ship So she can handle puff pastry AND handguns Oh and she's going blindI won't even get into the SEAL part The military bits aren't realistic but it's part of the fantasy so that's okI think I keep reading these because they're kind of hit or miss Some of them are pretty good and since they're all about SEALs it feels like a patriotic act to read them But they're in an odd in between place not way out there like Feehan's series about genetically modified special forces soldiers not realistic like anything by BrockmannHer characters are good people you want to see them happy at the end and Skye stays true to the world she's created where realationships are tough There's no guaranteed happily ever after in the end We're all hoping though aren't we? And maybe that's the appeal

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Code Name Bikini SEAL and Code Name #9Halloran is a hard edged navy SEAL under strict orders to take some high seas R R There's a shipload of women in bikinis eager to help him unwind so why can't he take his mind off the stubborn pastry chef with an attitude th Why the title? I don't know I got this book from paperback swap on a whim and since it was free I wasn't as disappointed in this book as i might have been Gina Ryan is an ex cop though we don't learn much about why she's ex except that her partner betrayed her I'm sure there could have been explanation but there wasn't She's now the chef on a cruise boat and about to land her own television series though she's hiding the fact that she is slowly going blindWe finally get Trace O'Halloran's story in this book He's temporarily de commissioned while he heals from a mission gone bad All of his chips have been shut off until he is back to 100% Also while on vacation he is supposed to watch over a secret packet being guarded on the same cruise ship But there's a really bad guy that wants that packet also and Gina and Trace will have to work together to keep everyone on board the shipi aliveI love Skye's Draycott series but the Code Name just aren't as good I hope we get Izzy's story soon I probably won't read the books unless I stumble across them like this one but they're okay to read the whole thing