Review of Mile High: Second Skin Book 2, by Ophelia Bell @OpheliaDragons

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Mason Black has been undercover for three years and has now found himself tied up and laying down on the floor of a plane. Now the really hard work begins for him. He has a time limit to gain the cooperation of his superiors and the agreement to a trade because more than one life depends on his gaining that cooperation. He only has one person he can count on, and they must convince the higher ups that the information they must trade will be worth the cooperation if they want to bring down the cartel.

Callie Nicolo has been in the same relationship for five years. It’s a tradeoff. She doesn’t have to worry about dating or making time for someone else in her life while she’s trying to finish her residency. Little does she know that the man she’s been with for so long doesn’t have the same issues. She’s about to find out though. There’s been one case since she’s been doing her residency that she hasn’t been able to forget, the man that asked her out while he was coming out of anesthesia from a dangerous surgery.

This story started out by pulling me in. While the first book was a tough start for me, Mile High was not. It drew my attention from the very first page and wouldn’t let go until the end. I loved it. I loved the connection between Mason and Callie as well as the intense storyline of the book. The danger, intrigue, and suspense were palpable and what pulled me in so hard from the beginning. These two are perfect together and Mason has learned to stem some of his quick reactions to his anger. I love the story and the characters, and I give this book a 5-star review.

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