Spy books are fun because their like murder mysteries. All you want to do is try and figure out whodunit before you get to the ending, all the while watching the clever author unfold the plot to see if you're wrong or right. Drop Zone is securely in the wonderful world of spy without graphic violence or foul language. Totally my cup of tea. And yes, it kept me from getting to sleep at night while I tried to unravel the plot based on what had happened so far.
Not sure if there is a book about the Saint Squad touting their adventure with Morenta prior to this one. If so, it would be helpful to read through that one first. Although, this is an excellent stand alone book.
Lots of well fleshed out characters, multiple perspectives.
A thoroughly enjoyable read that kept me turning pages.
Paige Vickers needs a new life, so she’s relieved when she’s given an assignment that takes her away from her stressful position as a psychiatric nurse with the CIA and puts her in a job as administrative assistant for Vanessa Johnson, an instructor for undercover operatives at the CIA’s training facility. At the same time, Damian Schmitt has been transferred to become a part of the Saint Squad—an elite group of Navy SEALs. However, on his first training mission with the team, he is almost killed, and the team suspects that the nearly fatal exercise was no accident. Then tensions accelerate when the rest of the squad is deployed on a secret mission—only to come up missing. When the Saint Squad’s disappearance endangers Paige’s boss, it is up to Paige and Damian to discover what has happened by going undercover to Maracaibo, Venezuela, the city of Damian’s childhood. The shocking twists and turns keep all the members of the team guessing as they push to find out who is responsible for the attacks on the tightly knit Saint Squad.