Review – Seconds to Sunrise (Black Ops: Automatik #3) by Nico Rosso

January 14, 2017 Review 0

Review – Seconds to Sunrise (Black Ops: Automatik #3) by Nico Rosso

She thought she’d lost everything…

April Banks thought her website crashing was just a glitch. Starting the online forum for war widows has been the only thing keeping her together since her husband died, and she won’t let anything interfere with her work. But this is no technical malfunction—cyberterrorists have targeted the information locked in April’s website and they’ll do anything to get it. Even if that means removing April. Permanently.

He’ll make them pay…

Automatik gave former SAS agent James Sant a way to protect the innocent again. He thinks life in the shadows is all he deserves…until he meets his newest assignment. April is everything James has never let himself want and he knows she’s already had too much heartbreak in her life to risk feeling for him. But keeping things professional while hunting the hackers with the gorgeous widow is going to be the hardest job he’s ever taken on.

Title: Seconds to Sunrise
Author: Nico Rosso
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Heavy Metal Heart , Slam Dance with the Devil , Ménage with the Muse, Countdown to Zero Hour
Series: Black Ops: Automatik
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Countdown to Zero Hour, One Minute to Midnight
Published by Carina Press
Source: Publisher
Published: January 16th 2017
Genres: Military Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 200
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Have I mentioned how much I really like the concept of Automatik and the different members of the team? Well, I do. So much so that I don’t even read the blurb anymore. I just know that I want to read it. And it’s a good thing I picked this one up. I’m always down for a good suspense thriller with nonstop action and mystery. And this doesn’t disappoint.

Computer savvy? April is. In fact, not only has she created a website to help widows of fallen soldiers, she’s created an encryption within the program that so difficult to get in to that the hackers or her site are now hunting her down. It’s a good thing someone other than the hackers have been spying on her, because if not for Automatik, she never would have made it out of that grocery store parking lot. Now if she can only snap out of the nightmare shock she’s in.

James is a member of Automatik. He was specifically tasked to tail April and protect because Automatik has been on to the hackers ever since they targeted April’s site. Unfortunately, they have no leads as to who or where they are in order to stop them. Which only means one thing. They’re still bait and need to find out as much information as possible before they’re caught by the hackers themselves. But the chemistry between James and April builds quickly while on the run and emotions become part of the mission, unbeknownst to James.

This isn’t exactly my “favorite” in the series, but it was still very entertaining. Like I said before, I’m a sucker for suspense mystery thrillers with some romance thrown in there for good measure. So…duh…yeah, I liked this one. As usually, I’m already chomping at the bit to see what Mr. Rosso has in store for us next time. Until then….



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