A hunt for dangerous secrets leads to explosive chemistry in this exhilarating romantic suspense novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Off the Grid.A team of Navy SEALs goes on a mission and disappears without a trace--they are the Lost Platoon. With his men scattered to all corners of the globe after a disastrous secret op in Russia, Lieutenant Commander Scott...
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Out of Time Reviews
This book shares the story of Natalie and Scott. It starts with him learning that she is a Russian spy and he has to find out how deep her betrayal runs.
This is the third installment and my introduction to this series.
Overall it was a good story. I enjoyed the pacing of this story. And their story.
I also enjoyed the story between Kate and Colt.
Received an ARC from First to Read
This was the best in the series! All the questions about what really happened that fateful day when all but 6 of a Seals platoon are killed while on a secret black ops mission in Russia forcing them to go dark and pretend they are dead until they can figure out who betrayed them.
Lt Commander Scott Taylor was the one that got the warning to call off the mission right before everything went FUBAR managing to save 6 of them. The warning came from his girlfriend who works at the Pentagon. While th ...more
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This series has been a ride and I am so glad I finally have my answers. There were a lot of twists and turns along the way, but in the end this series delivered.
This book did take me a bit to get into, which has kinda been consistent through this series, but once I get into the story I REALLY get into the story and devour the rest of the book. At about the 45% mark I just could not stop. I really adored Scott and even though it took a bit for me to ...more
I love this series, but, I don't like waiting so long between books. With an overarching plot it is difficult keeping track of all the characters and plot developments that are important to finding out who the ultimate baddie is. That said, "Out of Time" is a great story and Scott and Natalie are a couple caught up in situations they never thought could happen to them.
A team of Navy SEALs goes on a top secret, black-op mission to Russia and disappears without a trace. Neither the Russians or the ...more
The third in the Lost Platoon series, Out of Time was a very good read. Having not read the previous two I was still able to follow along with was happening in this story. The author does make reference to previous events, but it was easy to follow. Out of Time never had a dull moment, it had a lot of action, suspense, government espionage and most importantly, romance.
We actually get two romance story lines, but Scott and Natalie's is the main one. Circumstances drove them apart and it was the ...more
I have enjoyed McCarty’s Lost Platoon series more than her previous Highland Guard series. Out of Time is great fun. I love the suspicion that Scott must overcome of Natalie- it makes for great tension in the book. Their sexual chemistry is blazing hot too.
My FAVORITE of the series!!! I've been dying for Colt and Kate to get their long-awaited HEA and I wasn't disappointed in this final Lost Platoon novel. This sexy, action-packed series has been a roller coaster of a ride and wrapped up wonderfully in Out of Time. I've been sucked in to the suspenseful plot and hot romances, so it's bittersweet knowing this is the end of this team of Navy SEALs. I can only hope we get more romantic suspenses from Monica McCarty in the future!
I’ve loved every book in this series, and I’m thrilled that we get not only one romance, but two! I’ve been waiting for Kate and Colt’s romance since they’ve been featured in bits and pieces with every installment and I was thrilled they got equal page time with Natalie and Scott. Both romances were amazing! Explosive chemistry and a bit of angst as they each must sort the past out, and find out who was responsible for the attack on SEAL Team Nine.
I do think this series is best to read ...more