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January Learn how and when to remove this template message. Films directed by Carl Franklin. Throughout each of the books there has been more than just the ongoing look into who betrayed the team. Colt Wesson, who trained Seal Team 9 but was not part of the mission in Russia, and his ex-wife Kate who is a CIA analyst, ongoing messy relationship finally comes to a head and resolution in this book. The two of them, though at odds, where big parts of all 3 books.
The main plot points of the series are wrapped up by the end of this book and though some were sad the majority were very satisfying. I read there may be a spin off of the series and hope that's true as I have truly enjoyed The Lost Platoon which Monica McCarty first contemporary romantic suspense series in case you didn't know she is known for writing Scottish historical romances Jan 09, Reading In Pajamas rated it really liked it.
There was a lot of talking about and searching for clues to what happened in Russia. It picked up for me about a third of the way in. I like Natalie and understand why she did the things she did, I also understand her attraction to Scott. Their relationship sure needed some work, but their physical relationship was spot-on. I am glad questions were answered, and that the series is moving in a slightly different direction. Maybe then the Unit will be together and hopefully show the camaraderie that I love with group series.
Nov 21, AJ Loves to Read rated it it was amazing. I didn't read the first 2 books in the Lost Platoon series, so the first couple chapters I was a little lost and playing catch up. By chapter 4 I was completely hooked on this story. Natalie and Scott had such a great story and so much love between them. The story inside the story Kate and Colt was so sweet. I will definitely be reading the other books in this series. The series revolves around a platoon of Navy Seals, Seal Team 9. This volume is centered around platoon leader, Scott Taylor, and his love interest, Natalie Andersson, also known as Russian spy, Natalya Petrova.
Both relationships are complicated, but the primary and supporting characters are all fully developed, as is the plot. The sex scenes are smoking hot; no chaste romance in this one. All in all, I enjoyed this novel. I was chosen to read an advance copy of this book as part of Penguin's First to Read program.
Dec 15, Jo Reads Romance rated it it was amazing Shelves: contemporary. A gripping and intense story 5 stars Before I start to wax lyrical about this fantastic book - let me first say that this is the third book in the Lost Platoon series. It does stand alone but had I read the other books before this one, I would have been a bit more up to speed with who the supporting characters were and what the general background of the whats and whys of the mission of SEAL team nine.
Except Kate and Colt - but more on them later. Scott is a by the book, very alpha, very capable navy SEAL. His job is his life…until he meets and falls in love with Natalie. Natalie was a really relatable character Russian spy business aside. She was fun, feisty and her emotions were always right there for us to see. Her and Scott together - oooft - it was intense! Lots of tension, lots of smouldering and, when we finally get to it, lots of deliciously enthusiastic sex.
The emotion fairly smoked off the pages as you read. The writing was fresh and clever with the romance, suspense and action all managing to take centre-stage yet not over shadow each other. For me, the most telling thing about this book was that I fair devoured it. Who needs to think about anything else than reading anyway? As a bonus, we get another second chance love story included with this book. And their story gets its resolution in this book. Their story was almost heartbreaking in its intensity. Everything that had gone on between the pair seemed almost insurmountable except that they truly did love each other and want it to work.
This could have been a full-length novel in and of itself so I was delighted to have it included with the main story. Out of Time is a gripping and intense story with interesting and relatable characters - highly recommended. Nov 07, Adriana rated it liked it Shelves: romance. This isn't one of those series that you can jump into on book 3 and be able to enjoy the story with no background. It's actually a little hard to get into at first because the reader is expected to know things that happened in previous books and time keeps jumping forward to glimpses of events that take place in previous volumes.
The plot This isn't one of those series that you can jump into on book 3 and be able to enjoy the story with no background. The plot centers on two couples and the aftermath of a mission gone wrong due to spying and treason. There's quite a lot to work within that area and there are definitely interesting twists and turns to keep you turning pages. It does suffer a bit from being really predictable when it comes to who the real baddie is, but the journey there is full of woes, romance, action, and solid dialogue.
I won't say I'm now a huge fan of McCarty and that I'm dying to read the rest of this series, but I can't say that I didn't enjoy it. Jan 11, Dawn rated it it was amazing Shelves: mccarty-monica , dec Natalie was the spy who caused the deaths of his team. Sorry to see it end.
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Jan 18, Shahla's World rated it liked it Shelves: netgalley , arc , millitary , romantic-suspense , series. Packed with danger, intrigue and suspense, Off the Grid, delivers a punch in the Lost Patrol series and leaves you wanting more. I want to be pulled in deeper to them as a group. That being said — I loved the mystery, romance and edge to this book.
Dec 31, Sandy S rated it really liked it. NOTE: If you have not read the previous instalments there may be some spoilers in my review. Determined to uncover the truth, Scott goes in search of a someone with connections to the past but discovers the woman he once loved is alive, with more secrets that are about to change the course of their lives.
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What ensues is the rebuilding relationship and romance between Natalie and Scott, and the potential fall-out as a suspected mole has sent their sights on the remaining members of Team Nine. The relationship between Scott and Natalie is one of second chances. Scott wants nothing more than to take down and crush the woman he once loved but once the truth is uncovered and revealed Scott must come to terms with what was, and what is about to be.
The world building continues to focus on the search for the truth. Secrets and lies are exposed; betrayal and treason come at a cost. The premise is heart breaking, engaging and real; the characters are animated and colorful as they struggle to make sense of it all; the romance is seductive. Jan 20, Katherine rated it it was amazing. Scott was calling my name since I've read about the secret source who told him about them being set up in the first book.
As book 2 developed I was having an idea of what was to come in this book, and I was not disappointed! Scott discovers Natalie's alive, and that she betrayed him. We also get to know about their relationship before Team Nine was brutally attacked by russian missiles. Natalie and her sist 4. What Natalie discovered later was that she was part of a group of children sent to US with the intention of turning them into spies when they became adults. She was shocked when it came the time for her to do what she was supposed to. She turned into somebody that wasn't her exactly. She was the confident assistant of a poltician in the Penthagon.
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Her persona turned her into a woman focused on her career, sexy and sure of herself. She needed to find out importante information about military ops and pass it on to other russian spies. She only did it in order to protect her Family. She never intended to have a relationship with Scott, but wha started out as chemistry turned into something far more powerful. As much as she loves Scott, she could never tell him the truth, and when someone tries to kill her, she knows she must run to save her life.
When Scott reappears in Natalie's life, he notices that's a lot he didn't know about her. He only cares about bringing her in to try to discover what happened to his Team. He starts to hear what she has to say and believe, little by little, and that's how they try to make the relationship that was based on so many lies, turn into something true, while at the same time trying to clear both their names, keep her Family safe and finally get to know each other with no lies between them. I was happy and sad at the end of this book.
I was really looking forward to get to know the rest of Team Nine, and was hoping for a book for Kate and Colt, but their story was beautifully toldin this book. It was angsty, but really beautiful. I just loved them since they first appeared on book 1, and am glad they got their HEA too. I'm looking forward to read more from this author. Dec 20, Dolly Sickles rated it really liked it. The whole idea of the Lost Platoon Monica McCarty created is intriguing: A team of Navy SEALs on a secret mission in the Arctic Circle to find a secret Soviet military base, are attacked upon arrival in the remotest of remote locations, and the survivors scatter to the winds until they can regroup and find the saboteur.
The investigation of the saboteur and resulting destructi The whole idea of the Lost Platoon Monica McCarty created is intriguing: A team of Navy SEALs on a secret mission in the Arctic Circle to find a secret Soviet military base, are attacked upon arrival in the remotest of remote locations, and the survivors scatter to the winds until they can regroup and find the saboteur.
The investigation of the saboteur and resulting destruction of SEAL Team Nine continues, but like the first two books in the series, McCarty peppers in details through memories and real-time investigation from the different survivors. And then the rage he felt in learning that she was a Russian sleeper spy — and still alive. His life is, after all, steeped in secrecy and duty, too. The difference is that Scott chose his life and his calling, and Natalie did not.
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She is the very picture of someone who makes the choice to live or die because her back is against the wall. And then how do you choose? There is no right answer … just a response that will reduce as much damage and fallout as possible. As usual, her characters are lush and richly developed, and their plight forces you through an emotional wringer. But this is the holiday season, and McCarty charts a path for her characters to follow the twists and turns, and leads them from betrayal to forgiveness, with all the good stuff in between.
Nov 16, Sandy Reilly rated it liked it Shelves: contemporary , arcs , drama , fiction , romance , ebook , conspiracy , suspense , dead-or-alive , survival. First, let me preface this review by saying that I did not read the first two books in the series, and perhaps I should have. Right off the bat, I had trouble getting into the story because the first few chapters are spent on reintroducing characters and plot lines from what I'm assuming took place previously in the series.
It was a lot to take in. That said, I honestly enjoyed the book as a whole. I loved the chemistry between Scott and Natalie, even if the "failed Russian spy" storyline didn't First, let me preface this review by saying that I did not read the first two books in the series, and perhaps I should have. I loved the chemistry between Scott and Natalie, even if the "failed Russian spy" storyline didn't mesh at times and the ending was way to neatly wrapped up. Their passion and love for one another is more than enough to carry their story, though.
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I also fell in love with Kate and Colt, and I appreciate that McCarty didn't gloss over the serious issues they need to get past in order to get their happily ever after. That said, I was pleasantly surprised that Kate agrees to give Colt another chance as long as he goes to counseling with her. There's no way a couple can move past the crap these two have been through without a lot of help and understanding, so this made their particular plot line much more believable to me. Jan 11, The Book Worm rated it it was amazing. I found it more fast paced than book two Off the Grid and slightly more compelling than book one Going Dark , though maybe that's because all pieces of the plot finally started fitting together and I got answers for a lot of things the previous books left unsaid.
Natalie's actions irked me a bit - though she sort of redeemed herself at the end, all that running away and not tr Of the three books in the Lost Platoon series by Monica McCarty, Out of Time is probably the one I enjoyed the most. Natalie's actions irked me a bit - though she sort of redeemed herself at the end, all that running away and not trusting Scott to help her got a bit old as the story unfolded. Scott, on the other hand, was much more consistent as a character, even if he had his own demons to fight. There were one or two holes in the plot - mostly things the author could have explained a bit better - such as why no one seemed to be looking for Jennifer, the woman that died in Natalie's place and whose identity she claims afterwards.
Maybe Jennifer had no family and no other friends, but that still got me wondering. In any case, the details above did not prevent me from enjoying Out of Time immensely, so this is a book I would recommend to anyone who loves romantic suspense. It is, however, not the easiest book to read as a stand alone, so probably it's best to start with book one and go from there. 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 The third in the Lost Platoon series, Out of Time was a very good read.
Circumstances drove them apart and it was the same ones that brought them together again. To see them reconnect was difficult to read. I felt for Natalie the most. She had had a difficult past and it wouldn't let her go. I was wondering how the author was going to bring them together, since Natalie was being blamed for a mission going wrong that caused for some of Scott's team members to lose their lives.
The story had a very believable conclusion. Overall it was great story! Highly recommended!