Saturday, August 23, 2014

ARC Review: Operation Paris by Misty Evans

Title:  Operation Paris (Super Agents, #2)
Author:  Misty Evans
Publisher/Publication Date:  August 4, 2014 (original release date of March 2009 as I’d Rather Be In Paris)
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Format/Source: E-ARC, Publisher
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Book Summary

CIA operative Zara Morgan—codename Tango—has a reputation in Conrad Flynn’s secret army as a renegade. Once held at gunpoint by terrorist Alexandrov Dmitri, she was seconds from saving herself and arresting Dmitri when Lt. Commander Lawson Vaughn, the sexy leader of a covert ops team, intervened. She’s never lived down the fact that everyone—including her boss—believes Lawson is her knight in shining armor.

Former Navy man Lawson Vaughn doesn’t consider himself anyone’s savior. He lives and breathes protocol and hates the fact that his latest assignment is to babysit Zara while she hunts down Dmitri and stops the terrorist from releasing a biological weapon on the world.

But from the time they touch down in Paris, Lawson can’t resist Zara’s sassy attitude and dauntless bravery in the face of danger. When Dmitri kidnaps Zara and injects her with the contagious and deadly virus, Lawson is once again forced to come to her rescue, whether she likes it or not.

With unflinching determination and steadfast courage, Lawson must break all the rules to save Zara, even if it means becoming the one thing he can’t stand…a renegade.


Operation Paris by Misty Evans is the second book in the Super Agents series. It was re-released on August 4, 2014. It’s a romantic suspense novel that has a great start as the stage is set for the mission at hand. It’s a thrilling story with intermittent action that happens when least expected.  Zara is adjusting to her role as a rookie operative. At times she appears to be kick-ass, but there are times when her emotions shine through a little too much. As a result of this, I was kept on the edge of my seat wondering if her emotions would interfere with the mission. Her partner Lawson Vaughn had control issues. As a female rookie, Zara was constantly trying to earn his respect as a member of the team. Early on it seemed that Zara was making rookie mistakes—actually they were stupid mistakes—and I couldn't wait to see how the situation played out. Could Lawson & Zara/Sara ever work as a team?  Well with Zara’s high-flying emotions and Lawson’s control issues there was an interesting power struggle. And their dynamics resulted in an exciting adventure as they raced against time to stop Dmitri and Vos Loo, a biochemist, from wreaking havoc on the world. 

Rating 4/5

I received an e-arc from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 

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