72 Hours

Hours Alex Rossi leads a double life and it may cost Grace Nolan her son The Devlin Group A privately owned rogue agency unhindered by red tape and jurisdiction Grace Nolan walked away from the Devlin Grou

  • Title: 72 Hours
  • Author: Shannon Stacey
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  • Page: 156
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  • Alex Rossi leads a double life, and it may cost Grace Nolan her son The Devlin Group A privately owned rogue agency unhindered by red tape and jurisdiction Grace Nolan walked away from the Devlin Group carrying Alex Rossi s child in her womb and his bullet in her shoulder But a ghost from the past has kidnapped her son, Danny The ransom Alex Rossi To get her son baAlex Rossi leads a double life, and it may cost Grace Nolan her son The Devlin Group A privately owned rogue agency unhindered by red tape and jurisdiction Grace Nolan walked away from the Devlin Group carrying Alex Rossi s child in her womb and his bullet in her shoulder But a ghost from the past has kidnapped her son, Danny The ransom Alex Rossi To get her son back, Grace will have to step back into the life she d left behind and reveal her secret to Alex With vengeance for his mother s murder nearly at hand and a deadly substance on the loose, the last thing Alex Rossi needs is to find himself at the business end of Grace s gun Now the clock is ticking as they race to save a child and stop a madman bent on destruction But Alex has a secret of his own, and it may be the ultimate betrayal.

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    1. I decided to read this book because of the secret baby plot. I like them when done well, and I was led to believe the heroine's reasons for keeping her son a secret from his father were reasonable. What I was told was correct - her reasons made sense and allowed me to enjoy the story without anger at her for keeping her son a secret. I really liked the chemistry and emotions between Alex and Grace. Their past history made the story more intense. I also liked the action scenes. Grace was a pretty [...]

    2. 3.5 stars. I think this was a pretty good start to a series. It was a short book and I would have liked to have seen it be longer and I think that would have helped some of the character development. The characters are interesting enough that I intend to continue with the series.

    3. Grace Nolan traded barbs with Carmen, the only girlfriend that she had and suddenly launched herself down the steps and into the kitchen, she flung open the oven door, grabbed the burning tray of chocolate chip cookies and dumped the charred mess into the sink. She could repel from helicopters, shoot to kill the bad guys on the run, so why was it so hard to bake her eight year old son cookies? Grace muttered back up the stairs, when Carmen saw the expression on her face and chuckled. Carmen had [...]

    4. I was in the mood for some fast-paced romantic suspense when I picked this book up and I got that. I also got danger, secrets, lies, and simmering sexual tension. Which is pretty much the yardstick by which I measure all books of this kind. So, YAY!Grace and Alex have some things they need to work through. This is before she pops in to kidnap him and hand him over for her son's life. Needless to say, their relationship is a little on the complicated side. Grace is harboring a few misconceptions [...]

    5. Grace doesn't look like a woman on the run. She tries (and fails) to bake cookies for her son Danny after school. The secret from her past - that she's a butt-kicking secret agent - catches up with her at the beginning of the book, when Danny is kidnapped and held in exchange for her former co-worker Alex. Grace has a secret she must tell in order to get Alex to go along with her plan. Alex also has a secret that comes out in time. Could I see the happy ending coming a mile away in this paint-by [...]

    6. 3.5 stars!! I wouldn't rated higher if not for a couple of things. 1. I wanted to see more of Alex with Danny and what happened after they all went home together. It didn't have to be long, just something to let me see them as a family. And 2. the constant changing of Danny's eye colorur different times in the book his eyes were described.ice they were called blue and twice brown?!?! Not big problems because I did like the book but a little extra and paying attention to details could've made it [...]

    7. Horrible. Sophomoric writing. I REALLY try to read a book through. At the halfway point, I decided I just couldn't do it this time. Character development was shallow. The book is filled with repetitive clichés.

    8. This was solid romance and a decent suspense novel. Not sure I love the two together, but overall it was enjoyable.

    9. Grace walked away from Alex when she thought that he had betrayed her but for years she's been hiding a secret from him and she can no longer keep him in the dark. When her son is kidnapped she has no one to turn to except for Alex and when it's revealed that he's the father, he will stop at nothing to bring Danny home. As the truth comes out between them feelings that they tried to forget become harder to forget but can a covert operative find happiness with a woman trying to give her son the m [...]

    10. Good bookLoved this book. Full drama and intrigue. From the first page I was hooked. It has a bit of everything, action drama and love kept me entertained even though it's only a novella.

    11. Was okay, but just didn't grab and pull me in. A whole lot of suspension of disbelief in a few things, like the setup, the procedure. Was an okay quick read.

    12. A kick butt heroine and an equally dangerous hero. Oh, and a cute kid. Throw in some danger and hot sex. I'll definitely read another.

    13. I bought this because I like this author, but I definitely like her contemporary romances better than her romantic suspense. The Kowalski series is still her best stuff, IMO.

    14. I decided to read this book because of the secret baby plot. I like them when done well, and I was led to believe the heroine's reasons for keeping her son a secret from his father were reasonable. What I was told was correct - her reasons made sense and allowed me to enjoy the story without anger at her for keeping her son a secret.I really liked the chemistry and emotions between Alex and Grace. Their past history made the story more intense. I also liked the action scenes. Grace was a pretty [...]

    15. I read this because of the secret baby trope. It was a bit of a surprise to see how many years the secret baby was a secret babyr.d. But I understood why the heroine did it so it worked for me. I also felt like the hero's reaction to finding out about his son was believable too. They were in the middle of planning out the rescue so he had to set the "confrontation" aside for the moment and get down to the business of rescuing their son.I was a fan of the TV Show Alias, and the heroine in 72 hour [...]

    16. This was a free kindle book that I got a couple of months ago. When I read the product description it seemed like an interesting concept - it gives you a descent overview.The heroine, Grace Nolan, is an ex-agent trying to raise her son. The hero, Alex Rossi, is her ex-partner and the man she once loved.This book was a quick read - nothing really unexpected. This was the first book I read by Shannon Stacy. I wasn't overly impressed. The fact that I saw the ending coming from page one was very dis [...]

    17. Alex Rossi aka Sean Devlin is leading a double life--he's the founder of Devlin Group as Sean Devlin; and he's Alex Rossi (his real name), one of Devlin Groups senior agents. His lifetime goal has been to find & kill the man who murdered his mother.Grace Nolan is an ex- agent, and considers Sean Devlin a friend. When her young son, Danny, is kidnapped, she's forced to ask Devlin Group to help her find & rescue him. The kidnapper just happens to be the killer Alex is seeking, and the kill [...]

    18. //ebook4.5 starsIf you're into stories like the James Bond movies and shit, you'd probably enjoy this. Plot is simple enough, but full of action. I'm sure there are a lot more happenings within the words, than how I imagined them. With the 'proper selection' of actors, this could be made into a movie, and not really sucked.Towards the last pages, I was actually looking forward to book two. I haven't read the synopsis yet, but I'm hoping the 'lead characters' would still lead the 2nd book. Or at [...]

    19. I liked this book. I had previously read Shannon Stacey's Kowalski series and I loved her writing in those so I started looking at her other books. Romantic Suspense is probably my favorite genre of romance and I was not disappointed with this one. I enjoyed watching Alex and Grace deal with their issues from the past and present while saving their son from a crazy dude. I enjoyed their friends Gallagher and Carmen as well. There was just the right amount of suspense and intimacy to keep me read [...]

    20. International espionage is an unusual milieu for a romance novel, and former and current covert agents make unusual protagonists, but this short book is tight tight tight and tense and nonstop action, both physical and mental, and eminently satisfying in the end. There is a body count among the bad guys, and a liberal lashing of wounds among the good guys, but everything that happens supports the story. This is the first in a series, so I look forward to more in this entertaining crossover of tw [...]

    21. Kindle freebies strike again. This book was pretty decent, if a little short. And the excerpt of Stacey's next book caused me to buy it, so mission accomplished. I felt that this book could have easily continued for another 100 pages (or 1000 locations, in kindle-speak). It seems that the driving force of the novel, the abduction of Grace's son, was resolved a little too easily (read: in the middle of the book). But it was free. Can't complain too much about that.

    22. Pretty good for such a short book. The "conflict" that kept them apart for 9 years was stupid (view spoiler)[Yes, I can understand she was upset at getting shot, but to not talk with him after she'd calmed down (and found out she was pregnant) seems off - they were agents after all (hide spoiler)]I really liked Danny and Grace. I love how Grace saved herself. I'm pretty indifferent about Alex. I also hope Gallagher and Carmen get a book as I'd like to know more about them.

    23. This was a free Kindle book that I picked up because it appeared to be interesting. It's about a mother who gave up the spy business after finding out she was pregnant. She kept the baby secret from his father and, as circumstances would have it, she's thrown back into a situation of working with the father. It was fast paced and a quick read.

    24. Grace her son was kidnapped, there is only one thing that will get him back.So she calls her boss to get Alex Rossi's location, once she gets there she puts a gun to him.But he isn't willing to go that easy. But when he sees a picture of Danny.He knows one thing for sure, when he shot Grace she was pregnant with his child.Great book!

    25. I wouldn't tell anyone that this is a book they should read, but I wouldn't tell them not to waste their time either because it is a quick read. I liked the characters. It had a lot of action, but not enough suspense for my taste. Bottomline is that it is a quick read and not too bad, but not too great either.

    26. 3.25 stars. Extra quarter-star for reminding me of the movie (view spoiler)[True Lies (hide spoiler)], which is one of my all-time favorite and repeated-watchable movies.The plot was so convoluted and yet the ending was too simple. The estranged lovers who were our H/h were captivating, though. I liked it well enough. I'll be reading the other books in the series, too.

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