Five years ago, Aegis Security op manager Marley Addisons lover died in a South American raid gone horribly wrongor so she thought. When she receives a phone call telling her that he is still very much alive and in danger, she vows to bring him home safely, even if Aegis CEO and former Navy SEAL Jake Ryder has kept her out of the field for the last few years. Then Jake shows up in Colombia to help her, leaving Marley annoyedand more than a little distracted by her alarmingly handsome boss.As things between Marley and Jake heat up in the wilderness, they discover their rescue mission is filled with treachery. Now the domineering Jake has to rely on Marley for survival. But can she depend on him when their mission takes a shocking and deadly turn?Fatal Pursuit is the pulse-pounding third book in Elisabeth Naughtons scorching Aegis series....
|Title||:||Fatal Pursuit (Aegis #3)|
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|Number of Pages||:||338 pages|
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Fatal Pursuit (Aegis #3) Reviews
ARC provided by the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
Fast paced jungle rescue, jungle sex and a mystery all wrapped up in a romantic-suspense that is extremely enjoyable. Fatal Pursuit is #3 in the Aegis series, but reads very well as a standalone.
Marley left her father's security firm because he treated her like a girl. She went to work for Jake at Aegis Security thinking that he would use all her talents. Instead, Jake treats her like his Girl Friday and after one part ...more
She works for his firm
Gets call from ex she thought dead
Goes to rescue him
She makes bad choices
He has serious issues
#3 in The Aegis Series
Elisabeth Naughton delivers in the third book of the Aegis Series. Marley and Jake’s story make this romantic thriller a fun read with their witty banter. The plot involves Marley’s quick trip to Colombia to extract Gray, her former boyfriend who supposedly died in South America five years ago. Her employer Jake, follows her there because she “borrowed” his jet without asking permission. His machismo is annoying and could be extremely off-putting but he’s clueless enough t ...more
2.5 Stars - So do I round up or down?
Thanks to Ms. Naughton, Montlake Romance Publishers and First Reads for the gift of a book. (This is my first "win" via the Goodreads giveaway!)
Even though I had a few issues as the story progressed, I was going to rate this a 3 Star read as for the most part I was enjoying it. Ms. Naughton writes well and I enjoy her writing style. I like strong heroines and Marley was showing competence and strength.
Then the plot did a couple of turns that I simply couldn' ...more
I hate to admit it, but Fatal Pursuit started out being the least favorite of all the books I’ve read so far in the Aegis series. Notice I said ‘started out’ – that means that if you feel the same way as you begin this book, just wait. I’m pretty sure your opinion will change.
So, I’m sure you’re wondering what I didn’t like in the beginning… In a nutshell, it was pretty much the way that both Jake and Marley acted. Jake was a domineering jerk most of the time. At least that’s the way Marley saw ...more
ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date July 28 , 2015
Five years ago, Aegis Security op manager Marley Addison’s lover died in a South American raid gone horribly wrong…or so she thought. When she receives a phone call telling her that he is still very much alive and in danger, she vows to bring him home safely, even if Aegis CEO and former Navy SEAL Jake Ryder has kept her out of the field for the last few years. Then Jake shows up in Colombia to help her, leaving Marley annoyed…and more than a l ...more
This is a slightly above average romantic suspense novel. The hero and heroine weren’t my favourite (a pretty aggravating, somewhat emotionally crippled and angsty twosome who could have resolved everything with a good, open and honest conversation, but didn’t because romance novel pages). Overall, the writing was as usual very well done by the author and this was definitely a page-turner. Worth a read for sure, one of the best romantic suspense novels I’ve read on KU.
For some reason, Marley really got on my nerves in this book. The previous books made her seem totally different, then we enter her story, and she seemed extremely selfish and self centered. Maybe I am being harsh, but this book seriously made me want to reach out and slap her.
If you can get over the lead female of the story, it’s a pretty good book.