Lora Leigh returns to the Elite Ops world with the story of Black Jack, the code name for Travis Caine. His partner and love interest is Lilly, otherwise known as Nighthawk. Lilly suffers an injury that puts her double life with the Elite Ops organization in jeopardy. Travis is sent in as damage control or to terminate if necessary.
Overall an Ok read. Unfortunately this was my least favorite Elite Ops novel and could be my least favorite novel by Lora Leigh. Without giving too much away, this story left some unanswered questions in the end and not in the…you will find out in another book way.
Re-Released Review. Original from 3/16/2010. Black Jack has been re-issued as of 5/2013. New Cover.
The Secret Service can’t control him. The British government can’t silence him. But renegade agent Travis Caine is one loose cannon you don’t want to mess with, so his commanders cut him a break—and cut him loose. His new HQ is America’s top intelligence force, Elite Ops. His new code name is “Black Jack.” And his new assignment is to die for.
She’s smart, sexy, scintillating—and one of Elite Ops’ savviest agents. Lillian Belle’s code name is “Night Hawk,” and Travis certainly wouldn’t mind flying a few midnight maneuvers with her. But in this novel from Lora Leigh, their mission turns into a red-hot game of danger, deceit, and double-crossed signals, and Travis begins to wonder: Can he trust her? Can he resist her?