Review: Unidentified by Anna Hackett

Unidentified by Anna Hackett

Title: Unidentified

Author: Anna Hackett

Series: Treasure Hunter Security #7

Pages: 115

4.5 stars out of 5
4.5 stars

The Emerald Tear: 5 stars

This story is how the Ward parents, Perspherone and Oliver, met and fell in love. Oliver Ward is on an archaeological dig in Ecuador when bandits come and threaten his team. They are rescued by Perspherone Blake, a treasure hunter. Together these two set off to find a lost Incan treasure called the emerald tear. 

I loved this story. I am so glad we got the story of how the original Ward’s met and fell in love. It was everything I expected of a treasure hunter and an archaeologist.  I wish we could see more of their adventures together, especially after they started having kids. 

The Emerald Butterfly: 4 stars

Former Navy SEAL Diego Torres thinks he is finally going to have a nice vacation  on his research and salvage vessel, The Storm Nymph. Instead he gets a call from Darcy asking him to help her friend, the gorgeous DEA Agent Sloan McBride, find a lost treasure. 

I really enjoyed these two. Sloan is such a badass and I think I have a girl crush on her. She wasn’t afraid to go after what she wanted, especially when it comes to Diego. We first meet Diego in Unfathomed when he helps Morgan and Zack locate a lost shipwreck. I was intrigued by him then but he didn’t get much page time and I didn’t expect for him to appear again. Now we have a full story of him kicking Silk Road’s butt again, with a sexy agent at his side. 

Overall, I loved this story and really wanted it to be longer just because I wasn’t ready to say goodbye.

Goodreads/ Amazon

Previous books in the series:

  1. Undiscovered
  2. Uncharted 
  3. Unexplored
  4. Unfathomed
  5. Untraveled 
  6. Unmapped 

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