Former Navy Seal, Cameron ‘Wiz’ Miller has only ever loved one woman, his ex-wife, Olivia. He and Olivia get a second chance at matrimony, but Olivia’s recent request of Wiz will test the new found trust they have built.
Olivia wants Wiz to locate her twin sister, the one person who almost destroyed Olivia’s life by bringing trouble to her door. Wiz has never forgiven Olivia’s twin and is reluctant to search for her as there are secrets from the past that may prove this search impossible. Of course, danger is not far behind and the sins from the past are back with a vengeance, again putting Olivia in danger. Wiz will stop at nothing to protect Olivia and is determine they will have their second chance at happiness. Will past actions, events and loyalty stop this couple from their happily ever after? Readers will need to download Operation Midnight to find out the outcome.
Operations Midnight was book 4 in Mrs. Cooper’s Reunited series and it was my first book in the series. I thoroughly enjoyed Wiz and Olivia’s story and recommend this book.
Mrs. Cooper did a great job with character development and the story line. Readers will glimpse Wiz’s love for Olivia, as well as his protective instincts when it comes to her safety. He realizes that Olivia’s sister was up to no good and knew she would cause heartache over and over again. He is caught by surprised when Olivia makes her request and knows the impossibility of granting it.
When her sister appears on the scene, Wiz is immediately suspicious and when the alpha male instinct kicked in, Olivia was unprepared. Olivia’s character was portrayed as a woman with a too trusting heart, willing to overlook past mistakes, even at the cost of her life. She wants to re-establish her relationship with her sister but at the same time is aware of the animosity between her sibling and Wiz. She still forges ahead with her request and wonders why Wiz is reluctant to honor it.
Readers will come to love the secondary characters in the story and will want to shake some sense into Olivia regarding her sibling. Overall, this was a good read; the story flowed very well, and it is a page turner.
-Reviewed by Deborah