Read War Games (Valiant Knox #4) Online Free - When one of her pilots is shot down behind enemy lines, Lieutenant Theresa Brenner will stop at nothing to save her before she’s captured and tortured, even if it means being part of the dirtside team led by Colonel Cameron McAllister. Bren might respect the way the colonel commands his men, but she’ll never trust Cam—no matter how charming he is—because he was responsible for her brother’s death.
Colonel Cameron McAllister has a covert mission behind enemy lines to team with the Ilari rebels and overthrow the bloodthirsty dictator who’s torn their planet apart. The last thing he needs is to get sidetracked searching for a downed pilot, especially since it means having Lieutenant Theresa Brenner tag along. Not only doesn’t the frosty pilot have the ground game to keep up with his seasoned group, she’s a potential distraction with all those gorgeous blond curls of hers—and she might be just like her brother, whose foolhardiness got his men killed.
|Title||:||War Games (Valiant Knox #4)|
|Number of Pages||:||344 pages|
December 16, 2017
I've enjoyed this series that takes us away to the futuristic ship known as the Valiant Knox were we get to know it's crew. Previously I've read about Alpha stepping down due to personal conflicts which meant Bren had to step up as Captain and show her mettle. I say show because honestly she real...
December 12, 2017
I've given this a C+ at AAR, so 3.5 stars
Having thoroughly enjoyed Jess Anastasi’s Atrophy (book one in her Atrophy series), I’m keen to read more of her work, so while I wait for the next Atrophy book to appear, I decided to pick up War Games, which is the fourth and final novel centring around...
November 16, 2017
‘War Games’ closes Jess Anastasi’s ‘Valiant Knox’ series and I’ve obviously been waiting a while to get my paws on it, ever since I sniffed out the tension between Cameron McAllister and Theresa Brennan in the last book. In a nutshell, mutual dislike best characterises Bren’s and Cam’s relationsh...
November 27, 2017
With the ghost of Bren’s brother between them, there’s some hard feelings between Cam and Bren and lines have been drawn between the two for a decade. However, forced proximity, obvious chemistry, and knowing everything could be gone tomorrow has a way of changing the battle lines into something...
December 05, 2017
SERIES: Valiant Knox #4
Loathing him would be so much easier if he weren't so damned hot.
First off, I had no idea this was going to be the last in the series, so there are some bittersweet feelings associated with this book. But it was a great finale and I really enjoyed reading...
December 17, 2017
Originally published at Reading Reality
The Scottish poet Robbie Burns is mostly famous for that once-per-year favorite, Auld Lang Syne. He’s also known for that saying about “The best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men gang aft agley.” Of course that one is usually translated into something more like c...
December 13, 2017
This fourth and final installment from the Valiant Knox series closes everything off in fine style, with an action-packed antagonistic romance. I love a good enemies to lovers tale, so this was great. Especially when there’s a good reason for them to dislike each other. Bren is a fiercely compete...
November 06, 2017
This one was...interesting.
To be fair, I didn't realize I was going into a futuristic sci-fi read, and there really weren't any clues to it. However, I'm not one to stick my nose up with themes and subgenres I don't typically read. Altogether, the book could be read as a standalone (but I feel th...
December 31, 2017
War Games by Jess Anastasi is the fourth book in the Valiant Knox series.
They can be read as separate books, but I found it easier to read them in order. As there is a lot of background stories. And for the author to include it in every book would be a little page consuming.
In a previous book t...
November 07, 2017
Thank you to NetGalley for a copy. This review is my honest option.
I want aware that I was coming in at the end of the series, but the description grabbed my attention and I had to check it out. You don't need to have read the previous books, but background always gives you more context to work w...