Mission:Black




A broken agent. A once in a lifetime chance. A new mission that threatens to destroy her again.

Rachel Carter has it all. A brilliant career in the DEA, a man she loves at her side, a future filled with possibilities. Until the night she loses everything.

Considered damaged beyond salvation by the people who once trusted her, Rachel enlists into the secretive Division Eight and becomes part of a new breed of special operatives working in the shadows. 

When a critical mission goes wrong in North Africa, Rachel finds herself face to face with ghosts from her past. Embroiled in a deadly cat-and-mouse game against a brutal adversary determined to win at any cost, she must face her darkest fears in order to defeat the enemy who once tore her life apart.

My Review

Now, this is how you start out a series, with a big bang! I always love a good, strong heroine. Rachel was that woman. She fought through adversity to come out on top. She is a deadly force and earns the respect of her team. Speaking of team, the EAGLE's are great. I enjoyed every member of the team. They each brought something to the team. Plus, their witty banter was entertaining. Another team that I liked were the WOLF. Although, I hope to see this team again in the future and get to know the members' of this team better. Everything about this book was great...the characters, the plot, the action, and the ending. The bad guys better watch out for Rachel and the EAGLE's. This book is worth checking out.


AD Starrling’s multi-award winning thriller series Seventeen combines action, adventure, science, and a dose of the supernatural to make each book an explosive, adrenaline-fueled read.

When she’s not busy writing and reading, AD can be found looking up exciting international locations and cool science and technology to put in her books, eating Thai food, being tortured by her back therapists, drooling over gadgets, working part-time as a doctor on a Neonatal Intensive Care unit somewhere in the UK, reading manga, and watching action and sci-fi flicks. She has occasionally been accused of committing art with a charcoal stick and some drawing paper.

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