Operation Sheba by Misty Evans

Samhain Publishing

Romantic Suspense

ISBN: 978-1-60504-082-0

Reviewed by Talia Ricci

   

 

A year and a half ago Julia Torrisonís life literally exploded all around her.  A CIA agent, Julia is adept at tracking down terrorists with her lover and partner, Conrad Flynn.  When a mission goes from bad to worse and Conrad is killed, Julia is pulled and reassigned as an analyst stateside.  With a new lover and name, Julia protects her heart and her memories of Conrad never knowing that he did not die.  Finally making his appearance in Juliaís new life, Conrad abducts her with the intent of saving her.  It seems there is a traitor in her midst and Conrad somehow must convince her that it is not him. 

Operation Sheba by Misty Evans was a good story although at times  I had a hard time understanding all of the various nuances of the plot.  I was able to go back, reread, and understand the basic plot of the story.  My heart wanted to like Julia but I found her abrasive and too rough.  I was not able to get a feel of her romantic inclinations towards Conrad and as a reader, I have to have believe that the heroine and the hero are genuinely in love.  If I canít, then the book to me is just words.  I have to admit that Operation Sheba was well written and suspenseful. It is fast paced with lots of action and I am convinced I am not the norm in my inability to connect with this book.

     

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