Jun 2, 2017

Book Review: Wildfire





Her power-hungry husband takes pleasure in her pain, but she’s done playing the victim.

Three years ago, ex-operative Sophie Jordan made the mistake of falling in love—and marrying—her target. Now she’s paying for it tenfold. Her husband might be one of the sexiest men alive, but he’s also a psychopath. She’s been a virtual prisoner, and the time has come for retribution—and escape.

Undercover agent Malcolm Gunnison has his orders: get intel from Sophie’s arms-dealer husband, then kill him. He plans to get rid of her, too, if she gets in his way, but he’s unprepared when she gets under his skin instead. Whose side is she on? And what is she hiding behind those mesmerizing eyes?

Sophie vowed to never fall for another man again, but this sexy undercover agent is different. With danger mounting, can Malcolm and Sophie trust each other—and their growing passion—enough to get out of this operation alive?


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I really enjoyed checking back in on the folks from the Organization.  I am still in lust with Reme.  Somehow I managed to miss the second book but each book is complete in itself so I wasn't lost or felt like I was missing something vital.  

Sophie is one of the strongest people that I have ever seen.  I know that I would have gone insane dealing with her husband but she just spends her time preparing to escape from him.  Mal is burnt out and not too sure just what he thinks about Sophie.  She could be either a help or a hindrance to his mission.   

I do think that my readers who enjoy romantic suspense will enjoy  WILDFIRE.  The plot is fast paced, the characters are interesting and the tension is thick enough to cut with a knife. You can read this book as a stand alone but I would recommend picking up the entire series.  

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own. 

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