White Heat kindle ½ Paperback read Á brenda novak

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White Heat kindle ½ Paperback read Á brenda novak Ñ A dangerous cult has recently taken over the desert ghost town of Paradise Arizona Members worship at the feet—and in the bed—of its charismatic leader Ethan Wycliff and obey his orders blindly They've already tried to murder one woman and they're implicated in tA dangerous cult has recently taken over the desert ghost town of Paradise Arizona Members worship at the feet and in the bed of its charismatic leader Ethan Wycliff and obey his orders blindly They've already tried to murder one woman and they're implicated in the disappearance White Heat3 StarsSimilar premise to Cheyenne McCray's Chosen Prey although the balance between the romance and suspense is slightly off The cult and its leader are suitably creepy and depraved but the only reason they pose a threat is because Nate and Rachel are so woefully unprepared for their assignment The lack of background on Department 6 and its operatives the wobbly professionalism of the undercover agents and the heroine's somewhat TSTL actions all undermine the promise of the plot Nate and Rachel's romance is also weak They have intense chemistry but it remains unfulfilled as they are constantly at each others' throats and their love scenes fizzle out completely Nate's reasons for initially rejecting Rachel are never sufficiently explained and his transition from holding her at arms length to accepting that he loves her is sudden and lacking foundation This is my first Brenda Novak and it was entertaining enough to continue with the series

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R go aloneThe problem is only married couples can participate in cult rituals So like it or not and they don't Rachel and Nate must pretend to be husband and wifeThere's no choice Because if Wycliff isn't exposed if he isn't stopped people will die And Rachel might be one of the Another chilling romantic suspense read from Brenda Novak When Nate and Rachel are sent by the private security firm they work for to infiltrate an Arizona cult they know it's going to be tough Since the two shared a night of passion six months ago that ended badly neither of them is looking forward to the assignment which will include their posing as a young married couple interested in joining the cult Rachel whose father was a religious zealot knows it won't be easy but neither of them know how deadly this particular group known as Paradise has become WHITE HEAT is a disturbing story of what can happen when the people in control start to enjoy their power a little too much and when the followers follow orders no matter wrong they seem The relationship between Nate and Rachel takes a back burner to the suspense plot in this one and the ending felt a little too neatly wrapped Even so it was a good suspenseful read that kept me turning the pages well past bed time

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White HeatOf anotherNate Ferrentino who works for private security contractor Department 6 has been assigned to infiltrate this group It's a challenge he welcomes until he learns that colleague Rachel Jessop will be going undercover with him Thanks to their shared history he'd much rathe Review copy provided by publisherWhy I Read this Book I have been reading uite of few romantic suspense novels lately and what I found out is that I really enjoy reading this sub genre I am also fascinated with CSI and forensics So when I came across this book it caught my interest Though I was a bit concerned about the religious cult element and I had hoped it wouldn’t be too overbearing So much for wishful thinkingWhat I Liked The plot was well thought out The religious cult that the author created was scarily surreal We hear about cults like these in the news from time to time and this author nailed it right on the headThe infiltration process was interesting exciting and felt like a dangerous thrill ride I was turning page after page on the edge of my seat waiting to find out how things were going to end Once the action started happening there was no putting this book downWhat I Didn’t Like White Heat was heavy on the religious cult and I mean lay it on thick heavy Yes I know that was the plot of the story before going in but it was a bit overwhelmingI love tension especially between the two main characters but the characters also need have to chemistry The air was filled with thick tension between Nate and Rachel but I wasn’t feeling the chemistry And the love scenes between them left to be desired They were short and not too telling I was hoping for steamy love scenes and unfortunately it was fizzle than sizzle The back story of the awkward feelings between Nate and Rachel wasn’t convincing especially on Rachel’s partOverall Impression White Heat was an okay read It was a bit too long for my taste especially with the lack of “heat” between the two main characters Reading this book helped me figure out what I like and don’t like in a romantic suspense I’m big on romance and unfortunately romance took a back seat in this book If you’re looking for a book that focuses on suspense and action rather than romance then White Heat is for you Even though I didn’t love this book I thought it was well written for the most part