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Publisher: Ivy Books
Release Date: August 26, 2003
ISBN: 0804120021
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Genre:   Contemporary Romance - suspense
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Suzie Housley
Reviewer Notes:  Explicit content - Strong, excessive foul language, graphic scenes, best viewed by mature audiences.

Out of Sight
By Cherry Adair

   A.J. Cooper lived to follow in her father and brother’s footsteps by becoming an operative for the anti-terrorist agency, T-FLAC. She graduated at the top of her class and is selected to bring down Fazur Hessan Ali Raazaq--one of the FBI’s most-wanted for worldwide terrorism. Her model looks and fiery red hair are exactly what the criminal prefers in a woman. She is granted the prefect opportunity to kill Raazaa, but is unable to fire the final shot because of flashbacks. She was shot during a training exercise a few months prior. Will this failed attempt jeopardize her career?

   Kane Wright is one of the best operatives T-FLAC has ever seen. He is known for his ability to remain calm in high-stress situations. He prefers to work alone and is concerned when he’s told that he is being partnered with A.J. Cooper on assignment in Egypt. Will he be able to trust her enough to put his life in her hands?

    Cherry Adair never disappoints her readers. Out of Sight is laced with a gritty realistic edge that makes it an unforgettable read. This is the forth book in the Wright Brother series, one that you certainly not want to miss. Very highly recommended.