T-FLAC Series Books 6-10

Welcome back everyone! Today I am highlighting Cherry Adair’s T-FLAC series books 6 -10!

On Thin Ice

Lily Munroe thought she had married an honest, dependable man, but she was painfully mistaken. It didn’t take long for her once-loving husband to become a secretive stranger–mixing with shady people and even shadier dealings. Although Lily nursed him through a sudden terminal illness, her marriage was over long before he passed away. During that difficult time, only her passion for the exhilarating Iditarod race across Alaska gave her something to look forward to–and she channeled her emotions into training dogs for the grueling event. Now single again, she’s more determined than ever to win the race, awaken her sense of self, and leave her past behind.

In the competition, the person to beat is two-time winner Derek Wright, a man Lily dubs Mr. Wrong. Extremely sexy and devilishly charming, Derek is the consummate playboy. Or is he? Although Lily can’t deny her intense attraction, she believes he is dangerous to her scarred heart. Little does she know that Derek is an elite antiterrorism agent–or how desperately she’ll need to depend on his skills to keep her alive once the race is under way.

Hot Ice (book 7)

Diamonds–jewels of every kind, in fact–are Taylor Kincaid’s best friends. The only thing she enjoys more is the challenge of stealing them, at which she excels like few others in the world. And specializing in plundering precious stones from wealthy international criminals just makes it all the more satisfying . . . and dangerously exciting. So for Taylor, there’s no resisting the double allure of snatching the elusive Blue Star diamonds–a prize she has pursued across three continents–from the South American stronghold of the murderous Morales terrorist organization.

The heist goes down without a hitch. Until Taylor discovers she has made off with more than she bargained for, namely the secret security-system codes that provide access to a South African diamond mine–packed with enough gems to sink a battleship. Suddenly, Taylor’s no longer just an ultrachic freelance jewel thief, but a reluctant player in a high-stakes cat-and-mouse game against elite global trouble-shooters and bloodthirsty terrorists.

There’s nothing reluctant, however, about Huntington St. John, the top T-FLAC operative who’s hot on Taylor’s trail. And in Taylor’s opinion, just plain hot. The feeling, emotional and otherwise, is very mutual. Though they’re on opposite sides of the law, Hunt and Taylor swiftly come to appreciate each other’s well-honed skills. But since ecstasy is fleeting, and diamonds are forever, Taylor soon slips from the sheets and hits the streets . . . to reclaim the jewels she stashed overseas. And true to his name, Hunt is close behind–but this time, he’s after more than the codes. With the clock ticking, and two groups of terrorists closing fast, they’ll have to mix pleasure with some very risky business. If they can survive danger at every turn, outwit the ultimate high-tech security system, and somehow conquer each other . . . they just might get everything they desire.

Edge Of Danger (book 8 )

Even the deepest peril couldn’t keep him away from her.

As an anti-terrorism operative in T-FLAC’s classified paranormal unit, the intrepid, ruggedly handsome Gabriel Edge protects the world from the forces of evil. So when an ingenious and extremely volatile invention is stolen from a covert lab in Arizona, Gabriel zeroes in on the brilliant young scientist who helped to create the device. From Gabriel’s first contact, Eden Cahill leaves an indelible impression.

Using a mysterious telepathic power as ancient as his Scottish heritage, as well as his seductive physical charms, Gabriel must infiltrate Eden’s mind to uncover the secrets she so desperately protects. But Gabriel is in a bind–for the only way to penetrate Eden’s memories is through one shared intimate encounter that will trigger revelations, shatter lives, and just might save humanity–all at a terribly steep price.

Edge of Fear (book 9)

He would rewrite the past to save the woman he loves.

The fearless Caleb Edge is one of three brothers assigned to the top-secret paranormal unit of an elite counterterrorism group. As a prized T-FLAC agent, Caleb uses his special mystical gifts to rewind history, halt evil in its tracks, and protect innocent people . . . like Heather Shaw.

The beautiful daughter of a terrorism financier, Heather watched her father brutally murder her mother. Now, to escape his clutches, Heather begins a new life, far from the realm of power and privilege in which she grew up. On the hunt for Heather’s father, Caleb hopes that Heather can lead him to his target, and he’ll do anything to achieve his objective –even if it means using his striking good looks to his advantage. But in the face of malevolent forces, Caleb doesn’t anticipate a burning conflict between duty and desire, or that he might have to use his power to turn back time–not for justice, but for love.

Edge Of Darkness (book 10)

There was magic between them, along with undeniable passion.

An anti-terrorism agent with a warrior’s body and a magnetic smile, Duncan Edge is working for T-FLAC’s special paranormal unit, on a mission to halt a lethal terrorist cell. Along the way, Duncan crosses paths with Serena Campbell, a woman of dazzling wizardry and astonishing beauty. Yet Serena will marshal every ounce of her energy, charms, and smarts to steer clear of Duncan, whose flirty yet disastrous childhood antics left her with a longstanding grudge.

Yet separation is near impossible: Duncan suspects that Serena is being unwittingly used by terrorists for a vast, murderous undertaking. Now Duncan and Serena, charged with an ever-growing burning desire, need to set aside the past and their prejudices. In their paranormal world, a dangerous force gathers strength. Time is running out for two people who must enter the darkness together and hope there’s light on the other side.

*Note* Books 8, 9 and 10 can be read as a stand alone trilogy, however they are included as part of the T-FLAC whole series

Hehe look at those pretty matching covers…the OCD in me rejoices! Today let’s talk about stand alone books in a series. Do you like when you can read out-of-order? Or in Cherry’s case you can pull a trilogy out of an overall series?

I enjoy both ways actually. I tend to pick up a book and crack it open not even bothering to think if it’s in a series or not. I’ve gotten better since starting this blog, because I am more familiar with authors and series. I first found Cherry in the library. I think my local branch had maybe four books in this series, and no..not books 1-4. Probably more like 3, 6, 10 and 12 (just pulling numbers out of the air here people). I read those books not even thinking until too late that they were part of a bigger whole. Which is the case in point for my personal challenge. I missed a lot of crucial information by skipping around I’m sure.

So while I enjoy being able to read them out-of-order if I wish …I love having a larger picture with clues over several books. Keeps me coming back for more.

What’s your opinion?

3 Comments

  1. I think with books like this, where they’re written to be read as both a series or standalones, it’s not a huge deal to read out of order, and I’ve certainly done it.

    But the thing that drives me nuts is when people read books that are MEANT to be read in order out of order. (And can I say out of order again?)

    Like, take the Hunger Games trilogy. If you read Catching Fire, then The Hunger Games, and then Mockingjay, that would be WRONG, would it not? 😛

    Oh! Also! My library’s old system used to be a lot more limited. So they wouldn’t always have the whole series of something.

    In 30+ libraries.

    To use the Hunger Games reference again, it’d be like they’d have The Hunger Games and Mockingjay and no Catching Fire, and that would drive me NUTS.

    1. I agree. Though (and dont hurt me lol) I have only read part of The Hunger Games. There are some books that just HAVE to be read in order…. but there are others that can stand alone or be part of a bigger whole. I like both ways. What sucks is going to the library and picking up a book, reading it and then later going…OOOOOOHHH its a series and this is book 2, no wonder that didn’t make sense LOL. I think it should be mandatory to put the numbers of the book in the series somewhere on the book so ppl like me don’t get confused LOL

      1. ‘Slong as the part you read wasn’t from Mockingjay, it’s fine with me 😛

        I agree!! It can get so confusing, especially if you don’t have access to something like Goodreads.

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