Broken (Deep Ops #3)

BROKEN                                                   REBECCA ZANETTI

Dangerous: Former Navy SEAL Clarence Wolfe's unit was taken out with a land mine. Injured and devastated, he hasn't been quite right since. Worse, the tragedy was no accident. All Wolfe wants now is to take down the man responsible. In the meantime, he's good with being the muscle for the Deep Ops team--and leading a steamy no-strings-attached personal life. Until one intriguing woman changes everything . . .

Determined: Reporter Dana Mulberry is on a mission to avenge the death of a fellow journalist. She's finally hot on a trail--right to a sex club--where she runs into . . . Wolfe? It seems both their leads have led to the same spot. To keep from blowing their covers, they'll have to at least pretend to have a little fun. Trouble is, they genuinely like each other. And that's way too risky for Wolfe, especially when, to his surprise, Dana agrees . . .

Complicated: Drawn to each other in ways they can't understand, Wolfe and Dana keep it professional--until they're shot at one night. And when their adventures land them both at the heart of corruption in D.C.--and at odds in their missions--they'll have to dig deeper than ever to succeed in their quests--and with each other . . .


Former Navy Seal Clarence Wolf is after the man who took out his team while they were in Afghanistan. Lucky to be alive himself he now works for a security ops organization. But looking for this man he is doing on his own or so he thinks. He runs into Dana Mulberry reporter who is also looking for a man, her person killed her friend. A fellow reporter, now the two of them are working together, oh ha they are also living together in his house. Of course, you are thinking that there is no attraction to each other rightttttt. It is there and one night they explore it with some cans of whip crème.
The story is fast-paced and full of action. Whether it is verbal, shooting, car chasing, things being blown up, horizontal, or even Roscoe eating a pair of pumps and drinking whiskey afterward. Roscoe steals the book for me especially his appearance at the wedding which was one of the better scenes written very funny. Also, his getting the pumps down from the bookcase our dog has done the same thing just not going after pumps, some dogs are very smart.
Overall, I liked the story and the characters. The author keeps everything going and when a new character is added you are given a good description and background which helps. A very good book, with a good ending. I received this book from I gave it 4 stars. Follow us at

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