PUSHING THE LIMITS: AN ALPHA OPS NOVEL

PUSHING THE LIMITS                              EMMY CURTIS
Posted:  Nov. 26, 2014

Pushing the Limit (Alpha Ops, #3)After their one-night fling at a wedding, archaeologist Henrietta “Harry” Markowitz thought she’d never see war hero Matt Stanning again. So when they’re paired up to investigate a military plane crash in Iraq, she’s not sure if the three-month reunion is serendipitous or cursed. What she does know is this gorgeous man lights her body on fire—and incredible sex is always a welcome distraction.

Air Force Sergeant Matt Stanning has been called a hero, but he feels nothing like one when he realizes the sexy blonde in his bed is the widow of his fallen brother-in-arms. Even worse, he actually has to work with her, and she’s unearthed evidence that points to a military conspiracy. If they dig deeper, they’ll put their lives in danger. If they don’t, they’ll never know the truth—not only about the mysterious plane crash, but about each other.

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This is another book in the “Alpha Ops” series by Emmy Curtis. This story picks up where the last one left off when “Harry” short for Henrietta is at her friend’s wedding and meets a guy named matt there is an attraction but because of the events of the day nothing ever really gets started. Present day she is an archaeologist working on a dig in Iraq, when they discover a piece of metal with numbers and she discovers that it was a military plane. She the site and around the area, e-mails her friend at the Department or Defense, Sadie. She can’t help but think of her husband and back when she lost him to the war in Iraq. Then she gets a message that someone from JAPC, who were in charge of finding the remains of U.S. military service members and bringing them back to their families. The man that sent is senior Air Force Master Sergeant Matt Stanning, and when he gets their she can’t believe it not expecting to see him but hoping she would somehow. The same was going on in his mind. Then when he finds out a little later that her deceased husband was his best friend he starts to act weird and can’t get his friend out of his mind. She is telling him that it has been 7 years and she must live her life that she cannot be locked up and afraid to go out in the world because that is not what he wanted for her. That if Matt still had problems he needed to work through them himself and not include her she already done her fixing. There is a lot going on in this story and once again this is a great read. For me this story was as good as her first book and I was able to read it in one day. There is love story, drama of who is really after the down plane, why now are there a private security team showing up that was not there before. Matt finding out from his commander that the plane was carrying something that all of these people want and the flight was off the books, no record. A very exciting and fast pace story and written in a way that is very believable while still showing another part of the military and the different jobs that need to be done. A fantastic read. I got this book from net galley. 

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