Biological Response Team, 3
With Alicia at his side, Max must lead the team into northern Iraq to investigate a virus—or is it a weapon—killing the area's population. Charged with guarding his body, she can't help wanting his hands on her body. Max would be the perfect fling. But he demands more.
The heat builds between them, but danger quickly follows. As the two get closer to the source of the virus, they'll have to risk their future to outsmart a scientist with nothing to lose.
I have to say the Viral Justice was an interesting read. When you start throwing biological warfare into the mix, it does get kind of scary. I haven't read the previous books, but I felt I wasn't missing too much. Anyway Max and Alicia are trying to contain a problem in the Middle East that spell the doom of the world if not contain.
Basically, these two have the hots for one another, but don't want to get involve with one another fraternizing is looked down in the military. It's huge no-no. So, they are keeping themselves in check, but end up together. Anyway, before they could completely figure out what is going on between them they are called to the Middle East. Best way to describe the situation would be FUBAR. It's not pretty, people are dropping left and right. It's sad, but that's how life roll.
Overall, it was a good read. Viral Justice definitely takes you into the scope that if things go to hell, because of biological warfare it's not going to be pretty, and darn scary. If you are into action and drama, Viral Justice might be up your alley.
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Meet the Author
Julie Rowe’s first career as a medical lab technologist in Canada took her to the North West Territories and northern Alberta, where she still resides. She loves to include medical details in her romance novels, but admits she’ll never be able to write about all her medical experiences because, “No one would believe them!”.
In addition to writing contemporary and historical medical romance, and fun romantic suspense for Entangled Publishing and Carina Press, Julie has short stories in Fool’s Gold, the Mammoth Book of ER Romance, Timeless Keepsakes and Timeless Escapes anthologies. Her book SAVING THE RIFLEMAN (book #1 WAR GIRLS) won the novella category of the 2013 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. AIDING THE ENEMY (book #3 WAR GIRLS) won the novella category of the 2014 Colorado Romance Writer’s Award of Excellence. Her writing has also appeared in several magazines such as Romantic Times Magazine, Today’s Parent, and Canadian Living.
You can reach Julie at www.julieroweauthor.com , on Twitter @julieroweauthor or at her Facebook page: www.facebook.com/JulieRoweAuthor
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