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Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. I kept thinking, “okay, this genita good, but I’d like to move on to the next book in the series now.

Share your thoughts with other customers. The first in this series S. Too much romance and not enough action. Jul 02, Connie rated it it was ok.

What I loved the most was the kickass heroine. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Mixed with the hot love scenes, I think this book is really a gem, it has all the components to please even the most picky reader. Into Danger should come with a warning label: K rated it liked it Mar 03, I think the author really delivered My eyes literally started to glass over and I found myself skipping through pages especially at the end – I just wanted to be done with it.

Workers leave her alone when she starts yelling at them in Chinese and Malay. Read more Read less. Marlena is his new assignment — his superiors in the shadow world of secret missions want him to get information and then turn her over. And perhaps the deadliest mistake they could both make would be to fall in love She has no need to be saved by Prince Charming. All in all it was a good addition to the S. She has no time for love and romance in her life and is not averse to get closer to someone that attracts her…but it will not side This was the debut novel by Gennita Low and I enjoyed it as much as the first time I read it years ago.


You know things are going to be interesting! While there was an aspect of “man must rescue woman” at no point during said situation was the woman anything close to a damsel in distress.

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I felt like it was a bit too “immediate unexplained reaction to one another” for my taste, but they were both action-oriented characters with neither sitting on the sidelines. It’s like oil and water.

It’s like oil and water. But all that lnto hides a soft heart. Strong male AND female characters. Excitement of his assignment and how he tries to carry it out in this heated tale make it very gfnnita to put down. I have higher hopes though for others by this author, beacause she does have a knack for peaking my interest in some of this book’s secondary characters uh, like maybe Hawk anyone???


Into Danger

The rest of the story was okay. This book is fun but read a little slow.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The author is creating conflicts in the minds of the two main characters and in their conversations, rather than conflicts shown through events and plot progression.

She considers herself a multi-cultural and well-rounded danber. She does her own saving.

Into Danger (S.A.S.S., book 1) by Gennita Low

She lets him kiss her and then she pushes him away. Aug 30, ATron rated it liked it Shelves: Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. You have a tough, take charge woman clashing with a dominant man. Please visit their sites and give them a try. Carolyn Davis rated it it was amazing Jan 17, No trivia or quizzes yet. Marlena Maxwell was known as an assassin, but she had never been arrested nor had it been proven.

The other great thing about the book is that both the male and female lead were strong and capable.