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“Feel the Heat” by Cindy Gerard. This book is about a lady named Julie who is a war correspondent. She is sent to Iraq for the purpose of reporting on an American soldier who has been accused of murder. She meets Sam, whom she falls in love with. In her attempt to clear his name and find the real murderer, she meets different people, including a dangerous man named Al-Qaeda and other terrorists, who want to kill her. The plot revolves around Julie’s love life and how she deals with it while at the same time trying to find the truth behind the murder.

Get ready to fall in love with romance author Cindy Gerard’s Black Ops, Inc. series! This blog series will introduce the books and characters, as well as feature exclusive interviews, excerpts, and giveaways.

The first book in the Black Ops, Inc. series is To the Limit – which was a finalist for the RWA Rita Award® in 2008! In it, you’re introduced to Max Gannon and Lulu Sweet. They’re an unlikely pair; he’s an ex-SEAL turned security specialist, and she’s a former stripper turned unsuspecting civilian who becomes embroiled in Max’s world of undercover black ops ops when she witnesses the murder of her best friend.

Together, they’ll face danger head on in order to uncover the truth about what really happened to Lulu’s friend and Max’s brother!

Feel the Heat by Cindy Gerard Pdf Free Download

In New York Times bestselling author Cindy Gerard’s sizzling new novel, a ruthless international conspiracy is no match for the irresistible alpha heroes of Black Ops, Inc.

Bold, blonde Defense Intelligence officer B.J. Chase isn’t exactly thrilled when she’s summoned from personal leave to investigate an alarming national security breach — until the suspicious death of a government official blows her covert mission sky-high.

Gorgeous Black Ops bad boy, Raphael Mendoza, always feared his family’s dark history would haunt him. But he never expected it might hold the key to dismantling a rogue weapons system. Now with cool B.J. Chase posing as his hot babe fiancée, he returns to his uncle in Colombia to convince him he can be trusted with the family’s dirtiest business secrets.

Carrying out a deception among ruthless killers brings Rafe and B.J. too close to ignore the smoldering heat between them. Now, they must work together as the closest of partners as the countdown to international catastrophe closes in…

Opening line: “B.J Chase had worn her black tank top and khaki shorts for too many hours to count in the Venezuelan climate, where the heat and humidity were often measured in terms of ripe, riper and for God’s sake, take a shower.”

This is the forth instalment from Cindy Gerard’s fast paced and super-sexy Black-Ops series and fans won’t be disappointed. It’s another great ride, filled with action, adventure, exotic locations, sweet lovin and top notch writing.

Even though I never felt as connected to B.J and Raphael as past couples I still enjoyed their story and with the entire wise-cracking team back for this particular mission (loved catching up with them) and a sweet secondary romance there was plenty going on here to hold my interest. My only gripe would be that about halfway in it all started to feel very familiar and I realized with disappointment that I had already read this exact plotline in Killer Secrets one of Lora Leigh’s better Tempting Seals books. I still enjoyed Cindy’s version and she remains a definite auto-buy for me.

B.J Chase is a brash, somewhat emotionally cold Defence Intelligence Officer who first meets bad boy Raphael Mendoza while they’re both undercover in Venezuela. It’s not a great meeting for our future couple what with the guns they have pointed at each other but it does however leave a lasting impression.

Back in the States B.J is assigned to work with the Black Op’s and she’s not exactly thrilled, these boys are a very tight team who play by their own rules and B.J is used to working alone. Of course this book starts out with a bang and just keeps going, with multiple shoot outs, car chases and a general feeling of suspense. Gerard gives us a clever storyline, oozes the sexual tension and in the second half manages to put our couple in close quarters as they pose as a newly engaged couple and go deep undercover in Columbia.

This is where Rafe gets reacquainted with his long lost (drug cartel) family and in BJ’s case she takes on the hilarious alter ego of ‘Brittany.’ A fluffy, gum cracking, money digging, true blonde that Rafael can‘t keep his Latin lovin hands off (I actually preferred Brittany to B.J) Anyways, from here things really start to steam up and emotions neither of them expected come out to play. Along with some serious explosions, a runaway train and several more hair raising shootouts where BJ proves her worth to the team, they try to stop an armed submarine and Raphael finally learns what B.J (!) stands for.

All in all this is another great read, complete with Gerard’s signature ending and while it could be read as a stand alone I highly recommend the entire romantic-suspense filled series. Now the wait begins for the next instalment Risk No Secrets. Cheers!

Another winner in Cindy Gerard’s excellent, butt-kicking Black Ops series. I don’t know how she does it, but CG manages to offer up a different action-packed story every time for each of her Black Ops characters, but always pairs them with a strong, capable, sexy woman who can hold their own with these charismatic alphas. This was handsome Latino Raphael(“Choirboy”) Mendoza’s story, and it’s a good one.

Rafe has a heartbreaking childhood which he manages to overcome by enlisting in the military, and CG takes him on a journey full circle and back to his Colombian roots where he finally faces his demons and dark family secrets. On the way he meets a prickly, defensive woman with giant walls around her heart (Defense Intelligence officer B.J. Chase) who has her own problems with an unhappy past, and is paired with her and his Black Op teammates on a mission to save the US from a terrorist plot that makes you stop, worry, and think “something like this could really happen”.

I loved the pairing of Rafe and B.J. They started out not really liking each other, yet they were each physically attracted to the other. They were attracted, but didn’t want to be. There was lots of verbal sparring that went on, but once they were forced to spend more time together and got to know one another better, the sparring turned into sexual tension. And oh boy, once that sexual tension exploded…some really hot things happened. I had to laugh when B.J. thought one time with Rafe would take care of the tension and that they then could get back to work. Ha! But, as Rafe was falling hard, B.J., who had so conditioned her heart not to count on anyone but herself, had a hard time believing in what could be for her and Rafe.

B.J. was not a character who was easy to like at first. She came off as rather cold and bitchy at the start, never needing anyone and not even having many friends. But as CG peeled away layer after layer and got to the reason behind her attitude, she became more and more likable. She was a bit like a wary animal who had never been shown love or affection–she had to learn to trust before she could open her heart to the possibility of love. I found the scenes where she had to interact with Rafe and his teammates (and their wives) while they planned their strategies very revealing. She wanted to like these people but she just didn’t know how.

Rafe was just awesome. I loved this guy. Loved his ways with his teammates, who he considered his family, loved how he didn’t give up on B.J., even when she was being bitchy. Loved how he dealt with his past, which must have been very difficult to face. Loved his sexy scenes with B.J., especially when he used those Spanish phrases…*sigh*. Loved how he was determined to find out what “B.J” was short for. Loved his intelligence and bravery too. Loved him so much that I even cried when B.J. hurt him near the end of the book. Stupid woman…

Once again I loved the pulse-pounding action and suspense in this one. The big scene (involving a train) at the end had me imagining it as a movie–boy can Gerard deliver the action! I will say though that this one didn’t get off to the fastest start (a lot of confusing agencies and plot details to keep track off that made me feel like I should be taking notes), but once it settled into a groove and I finally understood where the plot was heading, I jumped on board and was ready for the ride. And then the book really took off!

So, if you like ’em hot and fast (the action and the romance), you won’t want to miss this one. Cindy Gerard has some of the most consistently satisfying romantic suspenses out there. She doesn’t skimp on anything either–not the plot, not the characterizations, not the romance, not the action. All are just perfectly blended. Oh yes, there’s a sweet little epilogue too that had me sighing and smiling. This is just one terrific series. 4 1/2 stars 

About Author Feel the Heat by Cindy Gerard Pdf Free Download

The only thing Cindy had in mind when she started writing her first book was finishing it. The issue of actually selling it came much later. Only after she made that life-altering first sale did she realize that one book would never be enough. Now, over 20 books and numerous awards later, Cindy laughingly admits that she can barely remember life before…well, was there life before writing?

Actually, yes there was, and still is. A professional career woman, Cindy is a trainer for the Iowa Department of Human Services, a position she states is both challenging and rewarding. “Human Services is a front-line, real-life event. Everything about the job is immediate, from serving families in crisis, to assisting staff with difficult situations, to meeting tension-fraught deadlines.”

Cindy’s career has taught her much about the human condition, its frailties, its strengths, and its spirit. The evocative emotions that pour from the pages of her books are a reflection of some of her work experiences. Her writing celebrates life’s richness and trials, offering a wide range of emotions — hope and elation, anger and indecision, laughter and, of course, love. And, according to her readers, her powerful love scenes run the gamut from steamy to tender to lusty to just plain fun.

Cindy’s writing has netted her spots on bestseller lists, numerous RT nominations and awards, the Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence, a National Reader’s Choice Award and two RITA nominations.

Between writing and working full time you wouldn’t think Cindy would have much time for anything else. And while she does find her work and her writing rewarding, there does have to be more. Cindy has more. Much more. She is happily married to the perfect man. Tom’s a cowboy, ladies!

Yes, even Iowa has its share of that saddle-straddling, Wrangler-wearing species who love their horses almost as much as they love their women. As a matter of fact, recently a whole herd of Texans gathered at the Gerard “Ranch” to treat their little ones to real horseback rides. Go figure.

Cindy has a passion for pink depression glass — she always has her eye out for the special piece to add to her collection. Cindy’s down time often takes the form of the classic “busman’s holiday.” She loves to read and most of all, she loves to read at their summer place, a cabin in the woods on Lake Kabetogama in northern Minnesota.

Both Tom and Cindy enjoy gardening and have recently expanded their annual beds into a perennial garden. Cindy says she can hardly wait for spring and the promise of all that reawakening and the colorful blooms.

In addition to the horses, the Gerards have two dogs, Ellie and Boomer, who pretty much get anything they want. Tom and Cindy have one son, Kyle, who, after years of keeping them in suspense, found Eileen, the perfect woman.

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