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Review: Strategic Vulnerability (Immortal Ops, #4) by Mandy M. Roth

Strategic Vulnerability
Parnormal Romance - Military - Shapeshifters - Erotica

Held prisoner in remote testing facility in the middle of the Brazilian rainforest, subjected to torture and abuse, Wilson Rousseau has long since given up hope of being rescued. Days blend together until he can’t help but long for death. Saved from his isolated hell by a female’s distress call, he feels an instant connection to her.

Kimberly thought she was taking a trip to South America to study indigenous plant life. She had no idea she was playing into the hands of a mad man whose goal is to create a genetically altered army of super soldiers. When she finds herself locked in a cell with Wilson, a man who would give his life to save hers, there is an instant attraction. But the dark secrets surrounding their imprisonment may change their lives forever. Can they find a way to beat the odds and be together or will the mad man win?

I got this as part of the Immortal Ops Box Set Books 1-4 (Shifters Romance) 

~ 4 Strategic Stars ~ 

Wilson and Kimberly are put together as part of Dr. Krauss, our evil mad scientist, for the purpose of creating the next super soldier. This is book four in the Immortal Ops series by Mandy M. Roth and it is fast paced, non-stop action. I really enjoyed how the book progressed, the action and the relationship building between our H/H’s. 

Wilson was captured, tortured and abused for almost two months by the elusive Dr. Krauss. It is nice to finally meet the mad scientist who wants to be a God. When Wilson and Kimberly finally make their escape I had hoped that our mad scientist got killed, but then the series would be over and what evil would plague our I-Ops team. 

I like Kimberly. She is emotionally stable considering the horrors thrown at her. She took it all in stride and did not freak out like most women would do, but kept her head about her and played our Dr. Krauss. 

Wilson I stated falling for him in Raider Deception. In the previous books he comes off as an ass, but in Raider Deception we learn that he is a caring, sweet man who would do anything to protect his friends and their mates. Who would have ever thought a were-rat could be sexy? He pulled of sexy even with the filth covering him after two months of torture and abuse. 

I liked how the author built the relationship, how it developed, between Wilson and Kimberly. They where put together in a difficult situation, but they came out fighting and caring for each other. I have to say the date Wilson put together for Kimberly was so sweet and romantic. The sex was hot!

The previous heroines played a role in this book as well and it was nice to see them again. I liked that they stood up for something on their own. It shows that this series is full of strong females. 

The Immortal Ops series has surprised me. I really did not think I would enjoy this series as much as I have. Each book in the series is a short quick read, but boy do we get fun adventures, hot sexy alpha’s and strong females. I recommend checking out this series especially if you are looking for something quick with a military supernatural theme.


For a limited time box set $.99c book 1-4

** See my review's for Immortal Ops, Critical Intelligence and Radar Deception. **


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