Agent Tessa Camen fought hard to be the top female agent in her line of
No job was greater or more important than Tessa’s job as the Agent in
the first female U.S. President. Tessa’s
regimen of martial arts, training and always being aware of everything
her, made her lethally dangerous and willing to do whatever it took to
the President, including throwing herself in front a bullet meant for
awakes from her wound, she’s sure she’s in heaven, not believing that
actually lived through it. Not remembering much after being shot, Tessa
unsure of her surroundings and for the first time since she became an
she feels like a fish out of water.
Feeling angry and disappointed in herself, thinking
that the President
didn’t survive and she had failed, Tessa is in for a rude awakening
learns that she’s several hundred years in the future and meets a sexy
unlike any she’s met before, who claims he is her trainer and that she
only hope to save Earth and his world, Rystan.
the agent who tackled anything ready for the future? Can Tessa save the
and the people who will be counting on her? The
Challenge for Tessa is extreme and worth more than anything she
imagine in her life. But is her heart
also up for The Challenge, as she
begins to fall for Khan, her trainer?
science fiction/futuristic story that captivates a reader. Susan
Kearney’s The Challenge is an exciting and
intense story that a reader just can’t put down once begun. The
between Tessa and Khan is powerful and the sexual tension smolders.
“suit” that she must wear adds a unique quality to this story, which
more alive and on fire. It was actually comical in some areas as Tessa
handle the suit’s effects on her. Another lively character in this
Dora, the computer who communicated with Tessa and their friendship
this story. I understand that there will be a story for Dora, one that
I am eagerly anticipating.
The Challenge by Susan Kearney is that
and Khan, however, for the reader, it is no challenge at all to sit
read this superb story. A one sitting read, purely enjoyable and very
enthralling. Ms. Kearney brings this story vividly to life and makes a
think. One hundred percent recommended for
readers who love sci-fi/futuristic romance. I hated to see this story
Reviewed by Tracey West
for The Road
January 19, 2005