Thursday, September 20, 2018

Chains of Command Book 3

Cut to the Bone
Chains of Command Book 3

Cut to the Bone: Chains of Command Book 3 by [DiPietro, Zen]

About the Book:

Title: Cut to the Bone | Author: Zen Dipietro | Publisher: Parallel Worlds Press | Pages: 189 | Genre: Science-Fiction | Recommend Ages: Young Adult and Up

Book Description:

Cut off from her team, Fallon will learn some hard lessons about what it means to be a clandestine operative.

She and Minho have been tasked with setting up the security system on a brand-new PAC installation called Asimov Station. It's a lot of work to get done in a short time, and that's only their cover assignment. Behind the scenes, they'll be investigating the station's captain. Either they'll get to clear his name, or they'll get to bring him down.

Why PAC command has separated her from her team, she doesn't know. She also doesn't know where they are or when she will be reunited with them. All she can do is complete the job ahead of her as well and as quickly as possible, so they can once again be a team.

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My Review:

Cut to the Bone is the third book in the Chains of Command series. Fallon's team has been split up as they are assigned to different covert operations. Fallon has been partnered with her mentor, Minho. Their mission is often mundane, but not without risk. Their job is to install a high tech security system on a brand new space station, but their goal is to investigate the new captain that will soon be arriving. To keep up their cover, they build relationships with the skeleton team, but end up growing closer to each other as well. Fallon will discover just how high the price is for a successful mission. This story left me with a few tears in my eyes!

About the Author:
Zen DiPietro
Zen DiPietro

Zen DiPietro is a lifelong bookworm, dreamer, writer, and a mom of two. Perhaps most importantly, a Browncoat Trekkie Whovian. Also red-haired, left-handed, and a vegetarian geek. Absolutely terrible at conforming. A recovering gamer, but we won’t talk about that. Particular loves include badass heroines, British accents, and the smell of Band-Aids. Writing reviews, author interviews, and fun stuff at www.zendipietro.com.


Disclosure: I received an ARC of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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