Untraveled by Anna Hackett
Series: Treasure Hunter Security #5
Published: August 7, 2017 by Anna Hackett
Genre: Suspense Romance
After a mission gone terribly wrong, former Navy SEAL Hale Carter has made a good career for himself at Treasure Hunter Security. He gets to use his engineering skills designing new gadgets, his SEAL skills providing security for exciting expeditions and treasure hunts, and he enjoys a variety of ladies on his downtime. He might still be plagued by nightmares, but all in all, life is good. Then he volunteers for a dangerous undercover mission into the Kalahari Desert, alongside a cool, attractive FBI agent who challenges him at every turn.
Special Agent Elin Alexander is driven to bring down the deadly black-market antiquities ring Silk Road. She’s experienced firsthand how they destroy lives and she’s vowed to end their greed and killing. After months of undercover work, she’s eager for the mission to find the Lost City of the Kalahari. What she wasn’t expecting was six-feet-three inches of former Navy SEAL as her partner. Hale is too handsome, too sexy, and isn’t inclined to follow orders.
As the pair infiltrate the Silk Road hunt, Hale and Elin find themselves fighting a scorching attraction as they work to discover just what the lost city is hiding. But stuck in the bowels of a legendary ancient mine, Hale and Elin must put their trust in each other, to not only save the day, but to get out alive.
Another great read by Anna Hackett! I really liked Hale and Elin and enjoyed reading about their adventure. Hale had a great strong, silent type thing going on, which was nice. But he also had no problem going after what he wanted.
“I’ll reach for you, come for you, rescue you anytime you need it. You need someone to fight by your side, I’ll be there.”
Elin was very ambitious and driven but it also meant that she had pushed away all other parts of her personal life. They made a good pairing and when things got tough, they were able to work together. I’m really hoping Darcy is up next!
3 stars – it was good
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