The author sent me an ARC of this book (epub format) in exchange for an honest review.
My rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
A broken agent. A once in a lifetime chance. A new mission that threatens to destroy her again.
Rachel Carter has it all. A brilliant career in the DEA, a man she loves at her side, a future filled with possibilities. Until the night she loses everything.
Considered damaged beyond salvation by the people who once trusted her, Rachel enlists into the secretive Division Eight and becomes part of a new breed of special operatives working in the shadows.
When a critical mission goes wrong in North Africa, Rachel finds herself face to face with ghosts from her past. Embroiled in a deadly cat-and-mouse game against a brutal adversary determined to win at any cost, she must face her darkest fears in order to defeat the enemy who once tore her life apart.
Mission: Black is the first novella in the new action thriller series Division Eight, from award-winning author AD Starrling. If you like action-packed, sexy adventures with strong-willed heroes and heroines, then you’ll love this riveting new series.
Get your hands on this pulse-pounding thriller today and enter the dangerous world of covert ops!
|Genre(s):||Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Military|
|Series:||A Division Eight Thriller, #1|
The staccato of gunfire started to die down in the distance. Moments later, the words she had been waiting to hear came over the channel.
‘Alpha Team, this is Alpha One. We have control of the ship. Helos are on the way. Stand by for further instructions, over.’
‘Alpha One, this is Alpha Two. Standing by, out,’ said Rachel.
This book introduces you to Rachel Carter; a mission gone wrong costs her dearly. She enlists in Division Eight to again work in highly dangerous covert operations.
With Mission Black, A.D. Starrling has created an action-packed thriller centred on Rachel Carter – the promising first novella in the ‘A Division Eight Thriller’ series. It is a compelling read, drawing you into Rachel’s team. A.D. Starrling paints a clear picture of Rachel’s mind while the story evolves. There are many facets: depending on the situations, she is vulnerable, strong, hot-headed, or clear-minded, she is of sufficient depth. The other characters are described as required; you learn enough about them as well. The story comprises military combat scenes, interesting turns, and has a good flow.
This is a book for you if you like fast-paced thrillers, combat, covert operations, and if you like believable characters with a mission.
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|POV||Third person – past tense|
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