ARC Review: The Enforcer

The Enforcer (Taskforce 3)

Author: Marliss Melton
Publisher: James-York Press
Date of Publication: September 2 2013

EnforcerThe Counterterrorist Taskforce Team sends Special Agent Tobias Burke undercover into a West Virginia militia led by Captain Dylan Connelly. Dylan’s reputation and her psychological profile mark her as an extremist, likely responsible for the murder of the Secretary of Defense. Tasked with charming Dylan into revealing her secrets, Tobias is surprised by his immediate attraction to the dangerous and lovely Dylan. Yet, as their attraction gains momentum, flaring into passion and deepening into friendship, it dawns on him that Dylan is being framed.

As the evidence mounts against her, his instincts—and then his heart—cry out that Dylan is innocent. With her militia locked in a stand-off with the FBI and a nation watching the drama unfold on television, Tobias and his Taskforce Team pit themselves against the FBI to find the real killer and to clear Dylan’s name.


My Thoughts:

Overall, this was a good book (obviously, since I give it 4 out of 5 stars). I felt there were a few places where the story was a bit slow, and the ultimate villain was kind of obvious (to me…hmm, I notice I say that a lot). It definitely wasn’t anything the villain did to highlight themself as the villain, just a gut feeling. 

There was great heat between the hero and heroine, and I’m glad I got to read this book. I will definitely keep an eye out for other books by Ms. Melton. 

Sorry this review is short, but there wasn’t much I felt strongly enough about to bring up, other than I definitely did like the book.

This book provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


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