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@Read Epub à Driven (Deeps Ops, #4) é Unswerving: Angus Force is determined to hunt down the serial killer he'd once shot deador so he thought But an anonymous source reports that Lassiter is alive Force hasn't slept since, knowing it's only a matter of time before the Surgeon strikes again And soon, a body is found, bearing Lassiter's same maniacal MO It's just the beginning of a murderous trail blazing through DC and Virginia, right to Force's backyard Unstoppable: Nari Zhang is the shrink for the ragtag Deep Ops Unit, though she isn't Force's shrinkwhich is a very good thing Because once they're thrown together on the case, their attraction is explosive and irresistible They'll just have to fight that much harder to keep the heat between them from flaming out of control But things are about to become far challenging, and deadly, than they could have imagined Unhinged: Once the killer catches a glimpse of Nari, she becomes his new obsession She is now the focus pointfor both Force and Lassiterin a dangerous dance for survival We always knew Angus and Nari would be an explosive mix and their chemistry has been percolating in the background over the last few books They may pretend the other doesn't exist from time to time but they have each others back when it counts!Angus is suffering, not so quietly, with PTSD He is functioning alcoholic with a slight fixation on a serial killer that he thinks may have resurfaced Nari was sent to keep an eye on the team and has never denied it but she had her own reasons to serve penance with the HDD rejects She has her own family issues to deal with it's not easy when your boss is also your estranged BioDad!Is Henry Lassiter really alive? Does he have an acolyte copycat? Or is someone trying to finally send Angus over the edge? Whoever is hunting Angus is now making very personal, he's killing females who resemble team members Angus is ready to set the world on fire to protect his team.OMG between the possible resurrection of serial killers, the team being disbanded by the HDD, and his upcloseandpersonal bodyguard duties of Nari, Angus copes admirably well I really feel for Angus But don't let the alcoholsoaked facade fool you, he's smarter than the average profiles and he hides muscles to die for! He must work out like a mother to maintain that physique with all that alcohol!Nari has family problems and I can't believe how her BioDad treats her I wanted to reach into the book and throttle him! Mind you I did not see that plottwist coming! Tight plotting, wonderfully endearing characters, all full of quirks and cracks Roscoe remains my favourite pooch ever!I'm dreading the thought that this may be the lost book of the series I really hope not I love this series and there are so manycharacters to have stories about, least of all my fellow Brit and Bondish exspy! I'm so happy to see Angus getting the respect he deserved from the very beginning Driven was everything I was hoping it would be for his story There was a lot to prove here and I think the author did a fantastic job of wrapping it all up I'm not sure if that means this series is ending, but I really hope it's not She really could keep these guys going for , but now they will have the backup they truly deserve Plus, we gotta get Jethro's story!Each book is a standalone but I do highly recommend starting with book one Angus is the beginning of everything for this series and the reason why we got this ragtag team in the first place You learn so much about each individual character in their own book You won't understand what it truly means for each of them to stand by Angus they way they did unless you start at the beginning You also won't truly appreciate Roscoe the dog He is one of my favorite side characters in a series period. I have been craving the story of Angus Force ever since I read my copy of Hidden He was brooding, damaged, and full of demons Once the FBI's top profiler, a serial killer turned his entire world upside down A bottle of booze, his faithful hound, and an isolated spot in Kentucky were all he needed to be content Then he's pulled right back into the world he successfully escaped and that's how the deep dark secret of the HDD, the best team to take out the world's worst nightmares, was created.For three books, Angus has been absolutely certain that Lassiter, the serial killer who ruined his life, the abomination he had killed, was very much alive Too bad no one believes him When the first body turns up with a twisted form of the killer's signature, everyone believes it's the work of a copycat Even Nari, the one woman he would love to claim as his own, doubts him And all of those doubts start to seep in, making him question himself Could he be wrong? If so, who is out there targeting him and the members of his team?This book was thrilling and had my adrenaline pumping from beginning to end It had me on edge and I was constantly trying to figure out if Angus was on the money I've never liked Nari in the other books and while I still didn't like her in this one, I did like the ways in which she played off of Angus Their scenes were truly intimate and their chemistry was hot Then again, Angus could do no wrong for me so that could be why I was cool with her in the end.There are bombs, shootouts, interrogations, dead bodies, tons of drama, bits of romance, and even moments of humor sprinkled throughout this book If you enjoy suspenseful stories that keep you guessing, you're gonna love this Now I cannot wait until Jethro's story!!For this review and : 3.5 starsThe Deep Ops series is one where a ragtag crew (with their own quirks that sometimes straddle the unbelievable) battle the little things that go wrong, but 'Driven' feels a bitlike a police procedural gone rogue Angus Force and Nari Zhang have had some sort of tension in Rebecca Zanetti's previous books in the series and 'Driven' is their story, where the catalyst that brings them together is the return of a serial killer that has long haunted Angus dreams The premise is certainly quite an unusual one that kept me reading: the mutual preoccupation of Angus Force and the serial killer Lassiter that dates all the way back to Angus's FBI profiling days and the fateful day that his sister got caught in Lassiter's net Except that Lassiter's supposed to be deaduntil dead bodies of women who resemble the team members in Angus's crew start turning up and showing the same hallmarks of Lassiter's kills Barring the action scenes aplenty, there isn't nonetheless, much context given to this abnormal relationship between Angus and Lassiter; much less clear is the odd (and nottooconvincing) revelation at the end about who really was pulling Lassiter's strings all along As a result, those who dive straight into 'Driven' might have some difficulty assimilating why Angus is the way he is, who the secondary characters are and how Nari and her job seem to be so integral to the plot The murder mystery did sometimes overshadow the growing relationship between Angus/Nari, which seemed to progress in uneven patches that moved quickly from work colleagues to lovers to loversbeingintrouble to HEA They're not a surprise pairing because Zanetti has been hinting at them from the start, but I wish she could have done themjustice with their emotional development instead of constantly thrusting them into one dangerous whomping scene into the next Overall though, this is definitely the book I enjoyed the most in the series Despite my reservations, it was a fun ride and a few days' worth of entertainment *ARC by the publisher via Netgalley