Good concept, but too short of a book. There just weren't enough details, and I really wanted to see more connections with the characters. All in all,Good concept, but too short of a book. There just weren't enough details, and I really wanted to see more connections with the characters. All in all, it was good, it just wrapped up everything too tidy and way too soon....more
The Agents Under Fire series are just way too short for me. They are a really quick read, and I love the characters....they're strong and independentThe Agents Under Fire series are just way too short for me. They are a really quick read, and I love the characters....they're strong and independent and not afraid to put everything on the line. I'm going to look for more books on this author and hope that I find some that are much thicker!...more
This book was two stories in one, yet both stories bled into each other, and the author did it superbly, I thougThis is a book I won here through GR.
This book was two stories in one, yet both stories bled into each other, and the author did it superbly, I thought.
The first story was about Ty and Lauren. Ty wanted to hold back and stay to himself, but Lauren wasn't having any of that. They both wanted a hot relationship without strings, but Lauren fell for Ty, and Ty took a little pushing to figure out that he really wanted Lauren in the end.
The second story was about Ty's friend and co-worker Sean and Abby. Sean left for Afghanistan and broke Abby's heart by cutting off all ties with her when he left. He thought she deserved better, and he knew that he needed to have a clear head there while in the middle of war. When he came back, he knew he made a mistake, but it took some time before he could get Abby to see that.
I don't hang onto many books, but this is one that will stay on my nightstand. If you like strong characters that don't pout or whine, this is a very engaging book for you.....but you better like M/F/M sex scenes, too......and boy, are they hot!...more
I think this is my new favorite book for the year....only took me until August to find one!
The book opens with "Rack" and his wife Dray, who are bothI think this is my new favorite book for the year....only took me until August to find one!
The book opens with "Rack" and his wife Dray, who are both in law enforcement, finding out that their 7-year-old daughter has been found murdered. Her killer was rushed through a trial, and even though he confessed, he gets off because he is found to be deaf to the point that he has to read lips.....when they merandized him, his back was turned to the officer, and so the whole case was thrown out of court.
Rack tries to go back to work, but things start falling apart around him. His boss wants him to claim he has anger issues just to smooth over a bust gone wrong, so Rack quits the force. He and Dray can't seem to grieve the same and lose each other. In the midst of all the mess, he gets propositioned by a man (Dumone) who says that he and his vigilante group has been looking for a trigger-man. This man and his group has picked seven criminal trials that ended with the criminal getting aquitted. The group will go over every inch of the trial and re-judge each case within the group. It has to be a unanimous vote to rule guilty. If they find the person guilty, Rack and a few members of the team will carry out the execution. Justice served.
Rack struggles with the whole concept for a while until he is told that the seventh case they will be reviewing is the man who murdered his daughter.
This is a well-planned and thought-out story. There are twists and turns, and it had me second-guessing what the ending would be. Looking forward to the second book in the series....more