Review – Target Engaged (Delta Force #1) by M.L. Buchman

December 3, 2015 Review 0

Review – Target Engaged (Delta Force #1) by M.L. Buchman

Kyle Reeves was trained by his father to do one thing: be the very best. So he isn't daunted by the Delta Force selection process—the toughest military training on earth—or when the very best woman falls into his arms.

Carla Anderson buried her heart in Arlington when she lost her mother and brother to combat. She wants nothing more than to give her all in the line of duty until she too is laid down beside them, and Delta training might just be the challenge she's looking for. Little did she know, the true challenge was coming in the shape of a sexy, alpha-male military operative.

Surviving brutal training is just the beginning of the merciless path to Delta, but it's also the dawn of the hottest passion Kyle and Carla have ever known…

Title: Target Engaged
Author: M.L. Buchman
Series: Delta Force
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Source: Publisher
Genres: Military Romance, Suspense
Pages: 384
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames

I’ve found myself liking Military Suspense novels a lot more lately. I can officially add this one to my list. These Delta Force members are no joke. Add in the fact that one of them is a hot female and well….you get my drift.

Carla has some demons to get over. So what does she do? She throws herself into her work, a.k.a., Delta Force. But who says she can’t have a little fun after training is complete.

Kyle seems to be the best of the best in the training group. He’s always focused and looking for the next option. But he can’t seem to focus so well around Carla. Good thing training didn’t last longer than 25% in because holy moley sparks flew between the two and never seemed to die down.

Carla and Kyle find themselves on an assignment when things start to get a little sticky. Although Kyle had come to terms with how he feels about Carla, she’s struggling with “what to call them”. It’s not until Carla has to be the “hero” that she realizes exactly what Kyle “means” to her.

Yes, I was speaking code. Can’t give too much away, right? The only thing I’ll say about this is that I found myself losing interest half way through the read. I felt like everything that was going to happen had already taken place. I’m happy I stuck through it though because there was definitely more action to be read. So much so that I’m looking forward to the next one already.

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