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10 thoughts on “Code Name: Baby

  1. says:

    OK 2.5 stars This book is about a Navy SEAL, Wolfe, with nanotechnologic enhancements, 4 genetically enhanced labs and a dog trainer Kit, the dog trainer, is unaware of the special capabilities of the dogs she is training and equally unaware that there is someone out to kidnap them Wolfe must protect both Kit and her dogs from one of his teams enhanced SEALs gone rogue.


  2. says:

    Federal Agent Wolfe is sent to look after civilian Kit and her biology enhanced dogs They all end up going on the run after a bunch of mercenaries want to get their hands on the dogs This is another one of those guilty pleasures of mine The story is fast paced, well written with mystery, humour and romance.


  3. says:

    Why are all the actions at the end


  4. says:

    The sci fi nature is a bit weird but I still find the books enjoyable.


  5. says:

    This one was slow and too unrealistic sci fi for me Everything happened at the end with not very interesting build up throughout the book.


  6. says:

    I enjoyed this book with a dog hero in addition to the manly one.


  7. says:

    2.5 Stars Kit O Holloran is a renowned dog trainer She s currently working with four exceptional young dogs on her ranch in New Mexico The pups areexceptional than Kit realizes, though Genetically and technologically enhanced superdogs, they re slated to be the next cutting edge weapons of the special Foxfire military unit They re highly valuable and at the top of the top secret pile.So is former Navy SEAL Wolfe Houston.One of Foxfire s top operatives, he s just as technologically 2.5 Stars Kit O Holloran is a renowned dog trainer She s currently working with four exceptional young dogs on her ranch in New Mexico The pups areexceptional than Kit realizes, though Genetically and technologically enhanced superdogs, they re slated to be the next cutting edge weapons of the special Foxfire military unit They re highly valuable and at the top of the top secret pile.So is former Navy SEAL Wolfe Houston.One of Foxfire s top operatives, he s just as technologically and genetically enhanced as the dogs and his skills far exceed normal human parameters He s Kit s brother s best friend and he grew up with Kit, even spent some time living at the ranch with her and her brother Trace and their parents when they were kids That s why, when a rogue operative gone way wrong escapes from captivity and heads towards New Mexico after the dogs, Wolfe is sent home to protect the dogs and catch the rogue agent, Cruz Even if it means using the gorgeous and brave Kit as bait.And no matter how much she stirs emotions he thought long dead.This was my first experience with Skye s Foxfire books and I wonder if that may be part of the reason I had so many problems with this book There wasn t enough world building or exposition to explain Foxfire or give me a good handle on the scope of the unit, nor lay groundwork for the characters and their abilities I felt like I was lagging a step behind through most of the book because of it, not really able to connect to anything going on in it.That wasn t the only problem, though I thought the plot and characters lacked depth especially Kit, who I never warmed up to Some attempts were made to provide them added dimension, and Kit s debilitating degenerative disease and Wolfe s tragic childhood were good concepts, but neither plot point was really given much room to impact the story or the characters development There were also some stylistic issues with abrupt and awkward transitions that hurt the narrative I loved the dogs, though They were the best characters in the book Unfortunately, that leads me to another problem.There weren t many explanations offered or answers found in this book, so the entire reading experience felt a bit like a secret mission above my pay grade What were the dogs capable of Would what happened to Cruz happen to the rest of the group If not, why How, if Cruz has been in roughly the equivalent of solitary confinement in the bowels of a secret facility for the past two years and considered dead to his former teammates, did he find out about the dogs or make the contact with buyers And how would he know to look for Wolfe s service record before he d been assigned to guard Kit Why was Izzy able to willfully defy the head of Foxfire without repercussion So many questions, so few answers, and not enough compelling me to continue the series to find out if they re ever answered.The romance wasn t bad, though the pacing was a bit odd in places I enjoyed parts of it very much There was an abrupt jump to HEA at the end that seemed to come out of nowhere given the previous scene that had both Wolfe and Kit in it, but honestly, the romance and the dogs were the best parts of the book.I still think that had I been around since the beginning of this series, I may have had afavorable reaction to this book The problem now is, I m not sure there were enough good points in this book to motivate me finding out for sure


  8. says:

    Having enjoyed the first two Code Name books, I went into this one eagerly, but was quickly thrown for a loop The hero, Wolfe Houston, a military man as are the heroes in the previous books, is part of a very elite group who all have some sort of psychic ability I was not expecting that touch of the paranormal and it took my mind a bit to adjust to it However, I then got involved in the story pretty quickly, for awhile anyway Kit is a dog trainer who contracts with the military, and is curre Having enjoyed the first two Code Name books, I went into this one eagerly, but was quickly thrown for a loop The hero, Wolfe Houston, a military man as are the heroes in the previous books, is part of a very elite group who all have some sort of psychic ability I was not expecting that touch of the paranormal and it took my mind a bit to adjust to it However, I then got involved in the story pretty quickly, for awhile anyway Kit is a dog trainer who contracts with the military, and is currently working with four Labrador pups The dogs are very quick and incredibly intelligent, and while sometimes Kit wonders to herself stuff like how in the heck did he move so quick, it of course would never occur to her that the dogs have been genetically enhanced Wolfe has also been genetically enhanced, as has Cruz, the villain of the story Cruz had gone crazy and Wolfe and the rest of his team were told he died, but now Wolfe has learned that Cruz is still alive and has gone rogue He is sent to protect Kit and the dogs, but his real mission is to capture Cruz Conveniently for our story, Wolfe lived on the ranch with Kit and her family as a teenager, when Kit s mother took him in to help him escape his own abusive home He looked upon Kit as a younger sister, but she s had a crush on him ever since Now of course Wolfe is very attracted to Kit, but in his chosen career a relationship is out of the question, and he has to force himself to remain detached and impassive There are lots of descriptions of Wolfe using his enhanced psychic skills, Cruz using his own powerful enhanced psychic skills, Kit angsting over Wolfe being back in her life, Wolfe angsting over his attraction to Kit, the dogs being cute and amazing, etc When Cruz and Wolfe finally have contact with each other, Cruz keeps saying that the experiments and testing performed on him had caused his breakdown, and that the same thing would happen to Wolfe and the rest of his team I thought that this would become an important plot point, and that perhaps in the end Wolfe would even discover this to be true or would at least try to investigate it further Since the team members are forbidden to be involved with a woman, cannot have families, it would have provide the perfect resolution for Wolfe and Kit to be together in the end But it was glossed over, and while of course they got their HEA, or at least an HFN, no explanation was really given for how Wolfe is suddenly allowed to deviate from the rules against relationships The story just didn t appeal to me the way the previous books did I liked Kit and her fierce devotion to the dogs, but I never really connected with Wolfe By the final quarter of the book, I was just wanted it to be over and get to the HEA HFN already I think the psychic components, the genetic enhancements, just weren t my cup of tea At one point Kit falls asleep watching Casablanca on TV, and Wolfe picks up the remote control and begins playing with it, marveling at it and the high tech television set I realize he s been living in isolation with the military for awhile, but a remote control and a TV should not be that fascinating to an elite military man And he d never seen, or in fact seemed to have heard of Casablanca that s just too unreal


  9. says:

    Parts of this book were ok Other parts I didn t like And it seemed to DRAG ON and ON because of this I got this book at the library sale, because I LOVED Christina Skye s Draycott Abbey series And I thought wow , a Christina Skye book with dogs Whatcould a romance reader and animal LOVER want I liked Kit and Wolf And of course loved the 4 Black Labs Baby, Diesel, Butch and Sundance Especially LOVED Baby and Diesel Wish Christina would ve delved MORE into Wolfe Kit s relatio Parts of this book were ok Other parts I didn t like And it seemed to DRAG ON and ON because of this I got this book at the library sale, because I LOVED Christina Skye s Draycott Abbey series And I thought wow , a Christina Skye book with dogs Whatcould a romance reader and animal LOVER want I liked Kit and Wolf And of course loved the 4 Black Labs Baby, Diesel, Butch and Sundance Especially LOVED Baby and Diesel Wish Christina would ve delved MORE into Wolfe Kit s relationship as kids though Especially Kit s childhood crush on him Also, WAY TOO MUCH SUPERNATURAL stuff for my taste With Wolfe and the dogs With the chips implanted into Wolfe to make him faster, stronger, able to do mind control, ect And some of the stuff the dogs did was just UNBELIEVABLE I just couldn t get into it At least with like The Twilight series those books are SUPPOSED to be SUPERNATURAL


  10. says:

    The first books in this series were light romantic suspense As it progressed it got a littleintense and the last book had touches of bizarre This book is just outright bizarre Genetically and technologically enhanced humans and animals You need a score card and even then you can t tell the good guys from the bad My favorite character, Izzy Tegue, has a role playing the awesome tech guru I really wish he would get his own book Wolfe, a genetically and technologically enhanced navy SE The first books in this series were light romantic suspense As it progressed it got a littleintense and the last book had touches of bizarre This book is just outright bizarre Genetically and technologically enhanced humans and animals You need a score card and even then you can t tell the good guys from the bad My favorite character, Izzy Tegue, has a role playing the awesome tech guru I really wish he would get his own book Wolfe, a genetically and technologically enhanced navy SEAL, is part of an ultra secret government special project called Foxfire He is sent to protect a friend from childhood, Kit, who is a dog trainer currently training four genetically and technologically enhanced dogs Of course, she has no clue and just thinks these dogs are just real good A rogue agent from Foxfire, Cruz, has escaped and is after Kit and the dogs They are a valuable commodity with a value of over 10 million


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Code Name: Baby Code Name Baby By Christina Skye Released On Oct , Is Available Now For Purchase