Lovers Taggart Brody and Justice McKinney possess special abilities that make them valuable to agencies who employ—or enslave—people with extraordinary talents. When tragedy tears them apart, Justice finds purpose working for the good guys: ACRO, the super-secret Agency for Covert Rare Operatives. But he never forgets Taggart or the past they once shared.
Heartbroken, Taggart runs from who he is . . . right into the arms of Ian Bridges. But Ian, battling his own demons, betrays Tag to the terrorist organization Itor. After months of torture, Tag manages to escape, but kills an ACRO agent in the process.
With nowhere left to turn, Tag disappears into the Alaskan wilderness, but it’s only a matter of time before his enemies track him down. He reaches out to Justice, and somehow Ian finds him too, hoping to right his wrongs. With ACRO and Itor both bearing down, the three men must figure out how to forgive, how to work together, and how to love each other—or the coming battle will destroy them all.
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This series is collaboration between Stephanie Tyler and Larissa Ione, who are both equally creative in their own right. With this series, they tackle paranormal abilities but there's always a very sexy twist. For me, Three the Hard Way lacked a little of the usual fire. It was the sort of story that hits the ground running so to speak and didn't waste any time introducing characters or indeed explaining much of the background of the operatives of Acro. Those new to the series might not be able to fully submerge themselves in the world these authors have created. As I am a follower of the series, I had no difficulty in grasping the plot but I cannot help but feel newcomers might want a little more. I feel it fair to suggest that perhaps it would be a very good idea to read these books from the beginning in order to maximize the reader’s enjoyment.
Not my favourite book in this series but I will be anxiously awaiting the next book so that's a testament to just how good these stories are.