Saturday, July 7, 2018

Title: No Turning Back
Series: Poppy McVie #1
Author: Kimberli A. Bindschatel

A Costa Rican adventure. A black market kingpin. 
A steamy undercover mission with a partner Poppy can’t stand…or can she?

Ex-Navy SEAL, Agent Dalton, is a by-the-book kind of guy and, until now, he had the Op completely under control. Then sexy new partner Poppy McVie shows up, bringing all kinds of trouble. 

For Poppy McVie, it’s all about the animals. Armed with a shiny new Wildlife Service badge, she’s finally got her chance to make a difference—that is if she can keep her wild red hair tucked under that damned mountie hat. Her first mission, she’s sent undercover to Costa Rica to play uptight Agent Dalton’s wife.

Working on her own, Poppy connects with a group of international animal rights activists and soon she’s hot on the trail of the kingpin. With the help of her new van-surfing friends and a one-armed monkey, Poppy plunges into the sordid world of black market wildlife. Facing venomous snakes deadly rapids, and dangerous traders, she’s willing to risk her badge—and her life—to exact her own kind of justice. 

As the investigation heats up, so does the attraction between Poppy and Dalton. When sparks fly, the two must get their priorities in check before it all goes down in flames.


Poppy is sent on a special undercover mission, and when she meets up with her new boss sparks fly, and not all in good ways. Poppy is determined to figure this out and quickly, but Dalton, her boss, just wants her to stand around and be pretty, but that doesn't seem to work out so well for her. They must uncover this mystery before it is too late. 

**May contain spoilers**
I liked the over all idea of this story, but I really didn't like any of the characters. I hated the fact that Dalton and Poppy seemed like they had chemistry and that there could be something between them, yet they each were seeing other people. I also didn't like Dalton's character because he ended up messing around with a suspect, that says very bad things about him. Other than that, I liked the story, but over all I would have to say this book was just not for me, so I didn't like it. 
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