Paperback ↠ AEquana PDF å

Paperback ↠ AEquana PDF å


AEquana ❰EPUB❯ ✺ AEquana Author Linda Mooney – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk John Eagletalon had no idea what the government intended when it assigned him to its latest secret project an icy blonde beauty with a miraculous ability All he knew was that he owed Uncle Sam fourtee John Eagletalon had no idea what the government intended when it assigned him to its latest secret project an icy blonde beauty with a miraculous ability All he knew was that he owed Uncle Sam fourteen months of his life, and if it meant being this woman s partner and bodyguard until he d paid his dues, he d find a way to endure the ordealUntil he discovered what the government had been doing to her And at the same time, discovered he was falling hopelessly in love with herNow it s no longer a matter of protecting her It s a matter of keeping her out of their clutchesAnd making her his.

    Paperback ↠ AEquana PDF å dues, he d find a way to endure the ordealUntil he discovered what the government had been doing to her And at the same time, discovered he was falling hopelessly in love with herNow it s no longer a matter of protecting her It s a matter of keeping her out of their clutchesAnd making her his."/>
  • Paperback
  • 241 pages
  • AEquana
  • Linda Mooney
  • English
  • 01 April 2019
  • 1424140064

About the Author: Linda Mooney

Linda loves to write sweet and sensuous romance with a fantasy, paranormal, or science fiction flair, and is the author of over books Her technique is often described as being as visual as a motion picture or graphic novel A wife, mother, grandmother, and retired Kindergarten and music teacher, she lives in a small south Texas town near the Gulf coast where she delves into other worlds filled with daring exploits, adventure, and intense loveShe has numerous best sellers, including consecutive s She s been named Author of the Year, and her book Lord of Thunder is an Epic Ebook Eppie Award Winner for Best Erotic Sci Fi Romance She also writes naughty humorous romances under the name of Carolyn Gregg, horror under the pseudonym of Gail Smith, and elementary teacher workbooks as L G MooneyForinformation about her books, up coming and new releases, contests, and giveaways, and to sign up for her newsletter, please visit her website.



10 thoughts on “AEquana

  1. Julie Julie says:

    I really enjoyed this story I really liked that rather than having the mermaid be a mythological magical creature in a paranormal world, she is a regular person with a few developmental differences The story was very suspenseful with a ton of action I enjoyed the main characters and their personalities too All in all, a really good read.

  2. Nicole Nicole says:

    I was able to meet the author which added to my enjoyment of this book I enjoyed reading how an unlikely couple feel in love and essentially saved each other If you like paranormal romance I think you will like this book, read about a mermaid that was being exploited by a government agency before she saved herself and found love.

  3. Cornelia Cornelia says:

    Aequana by Linda Mooney is a modern mermaid story I loved it The characters are very strong It s suspenseful and action packed The hero is a Native American navy seal frogman and the two work together on special government missions I highly reccomend it.

  4. Sofia The Great Sofia The Great says:

    not for me the story was really far fetched i guess if you believe in love at 1st sight and like stories with a woman needs to be rescued then this book is for you.

  5. Anne Anne says:

    Wasn t really getting into it at first, but eventually I started enjoying the story and the ending was good The narrator was ok.

  6. Beverly Beverly says:

    Not a bad story The narrator almost put me to sleep, but I was interested in the end of the story.

  7. Zee Monodee Zee Monodee says:

    Maja Van der Beek iscommonly known under the code name of Aequana In her early twenties, she lives a sheltered life and is allowed to indulge herself However, the one thing Aequana does not have is freedom She is a mermaid More specifically a malformation which occurred while she was still in the womb has left her with gills and not fully formed toes Consequently, Aequana can live as easily underwater as on land There s a catch though she belongs to the US military Born and Maja Van der Beek iscommonly known under the code name of Aequana In her early twenties, she lives a sheltered life and is allowed to indulge herself However, the one thing Aequana does not have is freedom She is a mermaid More specifically a malformation which occurred while she was still in the womb has left her with gills and not fully formed toes Consequently, Aequana can live as easily underwater as on land There s a catch though she belongs to the US military Born and raised into their world, she has never known what real life is about.John Eagletalon, commonly known under his code name of Talon, is a trained soldier from an elite detachment of the army A past military intervention has allowed him to be medically discharged from duty However, Talon still owes Uncle Sam fourteen months of service.Aequana works for the army When her partner falls sick and cannot continue by her side, the army decides she needs a new partner Talon is called in, among others But Aequana chooses him He will serve his remaining service time by her side They are sent on a mission, and both learnabout the other The spark of passion that flared ever since their first meeting ignites, until both cannot deny their love for one another But the army is the nagging detail in this equation Aequana will never be allowed out of their control When Talon learns of the atrocities and scientific experiments army doctors conduct on Aequana, all hell breaks loose He will save her, come hell or high water Aequana wants only one thing a normal life with Talon Will love be strong enough in the face of all the obstacles in their path I wasn t prepared for the depth of the intrigue and the plot when I started reading this book A brief glance at the blurb had hinted at the plot, but I must admit going through the story one page at a time was a voyage of discovery Ms Mooney writes with a strong, clear voice She knows how to pace tension, suspense, and action Her mastery is also evident in how she builds up the love between this unlikely pair Aequana is a profoundly human character Despite all her sass, she is a little girl at heart Ms Mooney conveys this really well But at times, the heroine is a bit too silly to really exist True, she is sheltered, but a military op like her is expected to be a bit less mushy Also, the one thing that jarred me out of the narrative was the hero Talon is a smart guy, ex military, take charge personality He will fight for the woman he loves However, Talon often falls in melodrama, which appears inconsistent with the man he is supposed to be A hero can be tender and love sincerely, but Talon here was a bit too feminine at times, which takes away from him There were also some scenes in this light which were a tad too sentimental and syrupy.Overall, it is a good read There is the right balance of elements Romance is there, action has you hanging at the edge of your seat, and the suspense is carried through to the very end Review courtesy of Enchanting Reviews

  8. Linda Linda says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Ex operative John Talon Eagleton owed the government fourteenmonths of service A medical discharge, after taking a bullet in his back and losing a kidney, put him on the reserve list He is summoned back for a special assignment involving Maja, the daughter of a scientist who recently died Code name AEquana is a 23 year old, special ops agent, in need of a partner A birth defect sets her apart from other humans and the government believes it owns her After a few words exchanged, th Ex operative John Talon Eagleton owed the government fourteenmonths of service A medical discharge, after taking a bullet in his back and losing a kidney, put him on the reserve list He is summoned back for a special assignment involving Maja, the daughter of a scientist who recently died Code name AEquana is a 23 year old, special ops agent, in need of a partner A birth defect sets her apart from other humans and the government believes it owns her After a few words exchanged, the two quickly realize they re attracted and later just possibly in love with one another Their first assignment allows Talon to witness her aquatic abilities strengthened by a skin tight tail and her own gills It also nearly costs them their lives when she decides to move a bomb instead of just tag it Further assignments spell out extreme danger for these two and one starts to wonder if someone wants to kill one of them.AEquana demands your attention on several levels For one, Maja is a human being, despite her unique abilities, who is trapped in a system so deep no one knows about her They basically enslaved her for their own gain There is another aspect of her entrapment that is extremely horrible While reading the book, all I could think of was that in this day and age why doesn t she have any rights In terms of John s involvement in her life as a lover and partner, I see him as the only thing strong enough to pull her out of her captors grasp John s grandfather and friends add devotion, friendship, love life itself to a very good book with a real message written on every single page Mooney s research gives her novel the rough edge needed to make it work Take note because this fantasy may very well be happening today Reviewed by Denise FleischerGotta Write Networkwww.gottawritenetwork.com

  9. Matthew Matthew says:

    it was so good

  10. Fran Fran says:

    It was ok.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *