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Daniella "Dani" Lynch is a homicide investigator in New York City. She's worked hard to achieve her gold shield. She's tough and has a love for guns and proving she's just as good at her job as any man out there.She's on the hunt for a brutal serial killer. This individual leaves so much blood and gore at the crime scenes it's difficult to gather evidence or figure out exaDaniella "Dani" Lynch is a homicide investigator in New York City. She's worked hard to achieve her gold shield. She's tough and has a love for guns and proving she's just as good at her job as any man out there.She's on the hunt for a brutal serial killer. This individual leaves so much blood and gore at the crime scenes it's difficult to gather evidence or figure out exactly who could be responsible. One night, she's following a lead and walks right into the killer's path. He's not human. He's some kind of huge, wild wolf. Dani finds out that she is actually a healer and her abilities are very rare.All hell breaks loose as she becomes the prey of not only the killer but also of a set of five sexy wolves and one irresistible vampire. She has some powers and charms that are desirable, and some sexy Alpha males, a charismatic and charmingly handsome vampire, rogue wolves, and evil scientists are all ready to claim Dani as their mate....

Title : task force one dani s got a gun
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ISBN : 16102663
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Number of Pages : 481 Pages
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task force one dani s got a gun Reviews

  • Emily
    2019-04-14 11:28

    Daniella "Dani" Lynch is used to doing things by herself, as a young homicide detective she has a knack for solving crimes. She is hot on the tail of a serial killer whose bloody aftermath of his victims has time ticking before he kills again, what she does not plan for though is to become the mouse in his game.Task Force One has been brought in to handle the rogue wolf who is attacking innocent victims. Alpha's Van, Miele, Randolph, Bently, and Baher first task is to catch up to the detective handling the case, what they don't expect though is to find their mate. There is something unusual about her mate, not to mention a stubborn streak that needs to be tamed, but when Vampire Vanderlan shows up claiming she is his mate as well all hell breaks loose. A rogue wolf who wants her for himself, a vampire, and five alpha wolves as if Dani's normally quiet existence was not interesting before, it is about to become something different altogether.I liked this one a lot, very different especially with the vamp/shifter mate twist. Dani is a firecracker and she has no problem standing up to the men who are wanting her submission. Love this author, always guaranteed good reading.

  • Prentice
    2019-03-28 04:26

    I should probably preface this review by saying that I really enjoy this author’s work but I get so damn frustrated with her! This book is a perfect example of why: interesting ideas, none fleshed out; seemingly strong and independent heroine, turns into completely submissive chicken nugget the second one of her mates tells her what to do. It’s incredibly frustrating. That having been said, I really do think that if the author had weeded out some of the unnecessary plot devices – like Jack, the supposed booty call, who’s presence doesn’t seem to have much point other than establishing that Dani’s not a virgin – and played up the plot points that were left behind – like Dani’s healing ability and the serial killer case – this could have easily been a really fantastic ménage erotica. Unfortunately, the author seemed to get tangled in a web of her own ideas. I mean, really, she should have thrown out at least three of the storylines and this still would have been great. Better, even, because it would have given the entire story more focus and given us readers more time to enjoy the fact that Dani has a group of very alpha men all clamoring for her affections.This brings me to the men: they were all fairly interchangeable and treated Dani like a possession rather than their mate. That might work for some people but I just do NOT believe that someone who’s supposed to be as strong and independent as Dani would have put up with it. The worst of the offenders was, in my opinion, the vampire of the group since he tended to just mind-whammy (usually as a prelude to sex) Dani whenever she was showing any of her former independence – or, you know, just because apparently. Didn’t sit well with me at all.Anyhow, though, like I said before, I do enjoy this author’s work and her storytelling skills have definitely improved since the first of series, I just wish she’d keep her strong female characters…well, strong.

  • Claudia Reinbrecht
    2019-04-04 09:32


  • Heather
    2019-04-02 07:23

    This book was slightly hard to rate. Part of me wanted to give it three stars while the other part wanted four. In the end I settled on three because while on one hand it pushed all the right buttons, it also pushed several wrong...When writing a story involving so many characters it is hard to juggle face time and this is felt. The only guy I really felt a connection to was Randolph which is slightly ironic in that he was written as the strong, silent, broody type and so didn't really say too much. Despite this I liked him the best while feeling as though Miele had the least face time. Too it's not always a good idea to have main characters with similar names. Two of the brothers had 'B' names: Bently and Baher; while the Alpha of them was named Van and the sixth, a vampire, was named Vanderlan. There was more than one time when I got confused with who was doing what, especially in the scene involving Van and Vanderlan with Danni.As for Danni, she is pretty much an object in this story. Sure, she's told that she's loved and she responds back that she loves each of the men but there doesn't seem to be a reason for her to. These guys time after time end up using sex to manipulate Danni in to doing or thinking what they want. She goes from being alone and responsible to herself to the guys acting as if she can't sneeze without someone there to protect her from the evils of dust. This woman is not spun glass and yet the men have doubts about her being able to handle her own guns. And each time she mentions wanting to help out with HER investigation they tell her no and attempt to distract her with sex. She mentions several times that they are treating her like a prisoner and they were. Their protests that, no, they were only trying to protect her were not convincing. There's even one point where one of the guys starts blaming the other for being too soft because he agreed to allowing her to go to her home (with a complete escort of every one of the six guys) and she got injured. This is why the ending wasn't too convincing. You can't spend most of the book screaming that the men will never accept Danni working in law enforcement only to have the last few sentences state something completely different...All of the "important" scenes were well written though so I'll probably be reading more of Dixie Lynn Dwyer in the future.

  • Sarah
    2019-04-22 10:36

    well. I started this series with mix feelings. I really liked the strong sexy were men but struggled a lot with the very dominant but boarding on too controlling behaviour. in this book I think some of the brother were too controlling and trying to suppressing Dani's character. I started this book on 29th Dec and its taken me till now to finish it just because the asshole controlling behaviour the brothers had at times. the ending felt rushed and the family get together just annoyed me more with the brother talking to other pack brother with their barefoot and pregnant talk. I don't think I'll finish series.

  • Leslie
    2019-04-20 06:21

    Great storyI recently discovered the Men of Five-O series, and have really enjoyed reading each book. I love the independence all the women have, and the conflict it causes with her Alpha mates. I especially liked Dani's affinity for guns, in this story. The water gun fight at the end was a nice touch.

  • Rachel
    2019-04-17 09:16

    So good, would have liked to see more of an emotional connection between Vanderlan and Dani, he just kept closing her out.

  • Tammy
    2019-04-16 08:33

    Freakin' fantastic! This series is amazing. One book you can't put down. So looking forward to another.

  • Jane
    2019-03-25 05:22

    I loved this book. The best one in the entire series. They just get better and better.

  • ForbidenFruit
    2019-04-10 10:14

    Another awesome book

  • Cam
    2019-04-04 07:30


  • Mariann {at} Belle's Book Bag
    2019-04-18 07:31

    I am a HUGE fan of this series and of Dixie Lynn Dwyer. Another great addition to the series. LOVE LOVE LOVE this book. Can't wait for the next one!!

  • Billie Hawley kelley
    2019-04-10 06:20

    Good storyLiked the connections between characters. Was some fun and excitement and also serious moments. Like how it ended. Would read this author every time.

  • Francie
    2019-04-25 10:22

    Loved it! Another great book by Dixie Lynn Dwyer!

  • Beverly Richards
    2019-03-25 12:20

    I've enjoyed reading this series. Wish they were more.

  • Ruth Hambley
    2019-04-09 07:25

    ExcellentI really loved this one very much. Well written and enjoyable to read. If you enjoy reading shapeshifter menage and romance with a touch of vampires then you will love this one.