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Publisher: Harlequin 
Release Date:  February 1, 2003
ISBN: 037327274 
Format Reviewed:  Paperback
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Genre:  Romance/Series
Reviewed: 2003
Reviewer:   Suzie Housley
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Eye of the Beholder
Silhouette Intimate Moments, 1204 (Eagle Squadron Series)
By Ingrid Weaver

     Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. . .

     Glenna Hastings airplane is hijacked. Among the passengers, she's selected to be held at gunpoint to be used as leverage for the capturers ransom demands. She watches in horror as the pilot is gunned down, and his body pushed from the high altitude of the plane. She knows if something is not done quickly, she will be the next victim. Out of nowhere, an ambulance appears to help the lifeless man, she recognizes it as a diversion being used to draw attention away from an elite military taskforce that is silently making its way to the plane. Will they be able to go undetected or will their mission be exposed?

     Master Sergeant Rafe Merek is a member of Eagle Squadron; their specialty is hostage situations. Their mission is to rescue the plane that is currently being held. Rafe's attention is drawn to a beautiful woman held at gunpoint; he knows she is in the greatest danger. He breaks away from his team to attempt to save her from her assailant. Meeting with resistance, he puts both of their lives in danger. Will they be able to escape unharmed from the madmen intent on ending their lives?

     Ingrid Weaver has written a perfect beginning to what is to turn into an unforgettable series. Fans of SuzAnne Brockmann and Lindsey McKenna should take serious note of this author's talent. This book held my attention and was read in one sitting. It is overflowing with action, adventure, and high intensity. I feel it is the best military romance I have yet to read in 2003. Very highly recommended.