Romance Book Review: Mandy M Roth's Tactical Magik

Author: Mandy M. Roth
Series Connection: Immortal Ops
ISBN: 9781625010261
Genre: Fae, Magik, Were, Shifter, Erotic Romance
Publisher: The Raven Books

Purchase Link: Amazon

Eadan Daley is just making his new home with the I-Ops group of supernatural shifters when his old boss asks him to come back and take on a solo mission without bringing his new teammates with him. As it turns out this mission is very personal to Eadan and he feels the pressure to hurry to find the missing supernatural that the PSI group is looking for. Once he finds her there is a whole lot of bad situations that the two get into.

As an Immortal Ops series book goes, this book pretty much falls into the same realm as the previous four books. Eadan is a little different from the other I-Ops readers have met in the past as he is Fae and not a shifter and that through previous books we've gotten to know him a little more.  As with the other stories a little more character development would have helped us to understand Inara a little more, but it is clear she has lived off her wits with the help of a mentor for some time now and she's a strong alpha female, although we might get the idea she's a pushover by how she is first represented.

Description:

Eadan Daly has thrown himself into the role as the sixth I-Ops team member and has forged a brotherhood of sorts with the other men. When he’s asked to go on a solo mission for the PSI Branch (Paranormal Security and Intelligence) he’s not so sure he wants his old job back. 

Inara Nash is a survivor, doing what she must to get by. On the run for years, from an organization she doesn’t fully understand, she tries to stay below the radar. When a blond hunk arrives and claims he’s her savoir, she suspects her luck might have finally run out. Sure, he’s hot and looks like he’d be good in bed but there is something almost magical about him that defies reality. And if there is one thing she’s learned in her life in the paranormal underground it’s you never trust a magik. 

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