Author: Brenda Cothern
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4.75 of 5 Stars
Routine training for the Mad Dogs turns out to be anything but routine for Brian Hay. Finally bonded to the rest of the pack, there is only one last step to make him an official Mad Dog: meet the Council representatives.
What should have been standard operating procedure between the Mad Dogs and the Council turns into a mission like none other they had been sent on before… to save Markus and Brian.
Mad Dogs series:
Sixth, book 1.
Deployed, book 2.
Extraction, book 3.
Author Note: This book contains m/m adult sexual situations and is intended for readers of legal age in the country in which they reside. Please store your adult literature responsibly.
There is trouble and a little deceit in the air as we meet up with the Mad Dog team again. It would seem that Markus being able to take on a third form, the first Mad Dog to do this in over 100 years, has caused a stir within the company and not everyone is to be trusted.
After what is supposed to b a regular debrief and a meeting with the council members following their last mission it becomes quickly apparent that there is something is wrong when two of the Mad Dogs are missing. Markus and Brian have been snatched away and nobody seems to have the answer as to why even after they have worked out by whom.
Their next mission is thrust upon them and it is to save two of their own. Once again the mysterious Duke makes an appearance and is definitely working outside of his parameters of being impartial by informing the team of where their missing members are being held.
Markus and Brian have no idea where they are being held or why but the situation is not looking good for them. Through their telepathic bond they help each other stay strong as their captors try to torment and torture them. Their sanity and their lives now depend on the rest of the team.
The rescue attempt leaves many unanswered questions which I am hoping means there are going to be further books in the series. I have really enjoyed the first three books and I am excited to see what the Mad Dogs face next.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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