[Reading] ➼ The Kalista Diamond (Steele Ops #1) By Erin Moira O'Hara – Instaposter.us

The Kalista Diamond (Steele Ops #1) The Mission Always Comes First.Former SAS Lieutenant Sam Locke Is On A Mission To Locate An Underworld Figure, Missing For Fifteen Years New Intelligence Reveals He Is Living In The Small Rural Town Of Willaroi Downs, Biding His Time To Steal A Rare Diamond.Sam Arrives In Willaroi Downs To Discover Not One But Five Men Matching His Target S Description All Have Secrets That If Made Public, Will Rock This Close Knit Community And Then There Is Kallie McNeal, The Owner Of The Diamond And Far Too Tempting For Her Own Good And His Sanity Cynical Where Love Is Concerned, Sam Is Staggered By His Growing Feelings For Kallie, An Impulsive And Vibrant Young Woman With Close Links To All His Suspects.She Was Seduced The Minute She Looked Into His EyesKallie McNeil S Dream Is To Escape The Heat And Unforgiving Landscape Of Willaroi And The Men Who Only Want Her For Her Land And Precious Diamond Then Sam Locke Walks Into Her Life Within Hours Of Meeting Him She S Convinced This Tall, Rugged Stranger Is The Man She S Been Waiting For Although It Seems He Will Need A Little Persuading Then She Discovers He S After Her Diamond And, Along With Others She S Trusted All Her Life, Has Lied To Her

Erin Moira O Hara grew up in the Blue Mountains of Australia, where winter delivers bitterly cold winds and occasional snowfalls For a child that loved the outdoors, being confined to the house could have driven her crazy Fortunately Erin s mother, an Irish lass, knew a thing or two about cold weather and boredom She filled the house with books and many winter days were spent reading beside a c

10 thoughts on “The Kalista Diamond (Steele Ops #1)

  1. says:

    When former SAS Lieutenant Sam Locke drove in to Willaroi Downs, his truck was sporting the fishing rods which would be his cover for as long as it took Undercover and in search of a criminal suspected of hiding out in Willaroi Downs for years, Sam knew this was the team s last chance the dangers were high as were the stakes A rare diamond was the goal of the criminal they were after but it seemed there were a large number of people after this rare gem the owner of the diamond, Kalista McNeal Kallie to her friends was in danger and had no idea Staying out at Kallie s farm meant Sam was able to keep his finger on the pulse of the investigation But Sam was finding Kallie a distraction and Kallie was astounded by this man it seemed he wasn t after her diamond had she finally found a genuine man who stirred her feelings As Sam and his team moved closer to the truth, the secrets surrounding some of the town s residents were shattering Lives would change and Kallie realised no one was who she had thought they were Who could she trust Could she even trust the person who had been closest to her for her whole life And when the first body was discovered, Kallie felt a horror like no other The Kalista Diamond by Aussie author Erin Moira O Hara is a thoroughly exhilarating, fast paced...

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    The Kalista Diamond is the first book in the Steele Ops series by Erin Moira O Hara Kalista McNeil called Kallie was waiting for her birthday to be able to sell her property near the small rural town of Willaroi Downs and beautiful a place to breed purebred stock horses Sam Locke received intel that underworld figure Dominic Marzetti missing for fifteen years was living in Willaroi Downs to steel Kallie s Diamond However, Sam and Kallie s paths crossed and sparks flew The readers of Kalista Diamond will go on a rollercoaster ride with Sam and Kalista to see what happens to the investigation and their blossoming romance The Kalista Diamond was the first book I have read by Erin Moira O Hara, and I loved it Erin Moira O Hare knows how to keep the suspense to ensure that I was glued to my chair from the first chapter of Kalista Diamond I like the way Erin Moira O Hare put the twist in the plot of The Kalista Diamond I love Er...

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    A true Australian bloke meets a gem I have a confession to make I m an Aussie and up until a few weeks ago I avoided reading books by Australian authors It s a sad fact that previous books I have read felt like they were written for overseas customers We know people think we have a weird way of talking, but why emphasise it Crikey, we don t all jabber on while skulling stubbies, with the blokes checking out the sheila s at the barbie on Sat dy arvo We are inclined to have the ladies drinking a glass of Sauvignon Blanc on the back deck and the guys chatting with their mates while having a crownie, cooking a lamb roast in the weber See the slight difference I recently had the pleasure of meeting some lovely Australian ladies who write romance At first I was hesitant to take on the daunting task of reading their work and being objective, but I decided to test my resolves and give them a go Bloody glad I did too.Now, back to the story We are introduced to our tough bloke Sam when he is on a mission t...

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    Copy received from the author for an honest review.I met Ms O Hara at a couple of book conventions over the past month, and this series sounded very interesting, so I was very happy to receive a copy of The Kalista Diamond to review.Kallie has had a rough trot in life, and it is not surprising that she is very distrustful of people So many people want things she has land and a precious diamond and will go any way about getting it.Sam is a man on a mission not to get Kallie or the diamond, but to catch the man who is after those things Well, it starts that way.The minute they catch each other s eyes across a quiet country street, there is that spark of attraction that neither can resist.There is so much behind Sam s story than he is letting on, and as much as she wants him and he wants her, she is wary of what he is really there for He needs to keep a cool head around her and doesn t want to get involved.As things start to come out about Sam and the other new men in town, there is a great sense of who are they What do they want Who is the bad guy here And man there is so many people to pick from in the bad guy ...

  5. says:

    I bought this book about 18 months ago as it sounded good, then promptly forgot about it I found it when checking for my next book to read I really enjoyed it The setting seemed very realistic and there was q...

  6. says:

    Fantastic read by first time author Erin Moira OHara I am now about to buy Precious Gems to read this continuing series

  7. says:

    Erin Moira O Hara has written an fun romantic suspense set in the sticks of the Australian back country where it s a small town community and everyone knows everyone s business Makes it interesting for a group of spec ops guys to blend in or not Let s start with Kallie because she frustrated the ever loving heck out of me I started off liking her, I really, really did I thought she was cute, if rather naive and somewhat innocent, and then she got annoying She turned into one of those typical blonde bimbo heroines in horror movies where you tell them do not go into the haunted house alone , so what does she do She goes into the haunted house alone, repeatedly, and then needs to be rescued, repeatedly, and puts the investigation the guys are there for in jeopardy, repeatedly It s like she was a perfectly sensible girl, running her own farm, looking after an invalid grandfather, growing a successful business and then Sam comes along, and BAM suddenly all her brains leak out of her head and the only thing she can think of doing is getting in his pants and getting in his way She was fine till about 40% of the book and really, after that, it was all down hill She was pretty much one stupid thing after another, from getting in the way of an ...

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