JET: Oblivion by Kim Cresswell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
How can anyone go wrong with a Jet book? Impossible. I received an early release copy as part of a blog tour for Kim Creswell. Oblivion is a novella with a crossover that contained some of the characters from the Whitney Steel books and Russell Blake's Jet. This mini book packs a ton of action and a great story. Hal and Angela, FBI agents from the Whitney Steel books are directed by their boss to "recruit" Jet to help them with a very critical mission in Columbia. There has already been a nuclear attack at one of the nuclear plants in the U.S. with many fatalities and intel says that more are to come. Chambers' intel says that the next one is coming from Columbia where terrorists have joined up with one of the drug cartels to deliver a nuclear bomb to the U.S. The goal is to get Jet to use her connections and knowledge from her time working for the Mossad in Columbia. Jet is very low-key now and has good reason to be, she now has a young daughter so she tries to stay hidden from her enemies. Jet never disappoints. Her character is dynamic, strong, both mentally and physically and even though it seems that you should not root for her it cannot be helped. Now, Angela and Hal are no slouches and they are fresh out of a mission in Columbia where there are bad memories of fighting and loss. They make a great team with Jet and I look forward to reading more of the Jet books and the Whitney Steel books.