"The characters were razor sharp, and the sexual tension was palpable"
FBI Agent Ali Donovan had a hard enough time with the guys
in her elite covert task force without being partnered with
a conceited jerk like Jack Gunnison. When her Director
assigned them to play man and wife in Bogotá, Columbia, she
barely kept from groaning out loud.
Jack "Gun" Gunnison couldn't believe the Director was
partnering him with a woman. No matter how much training
she had, this place was dangerous and he had the scars to
prove it. How was he going to keep her safe, keep out of
her pants, and prove that she shouldn't fall in love with
I enjoyed this book immensely. The characters were razor
sharp, and the sexual tension was palpable. I felt like
the author exorcised a few of her own personal demons in
this book, and all I could think to say was "wow",
and "watch out"! The bad guys in the book were actually
pretty well rounded from a reader point of view, and
appeared to participate in all of the seven deadly sins.
The plot points in the book were well thought out, and it
was hard for me to put it down. I can't wait to see more
from this author.
Reviewed by Dawn Epton
Posted September 6, 2008
CID Agents, Ali Donavon and Jack Gunnison no longer believe in love or their fellow man, until life or death circumstances reveal the depth of sacrifices they willingly make for each other...
Ali's work in the CID is dark and dangerous like her new partner, Jack "Gun" Gunnison, the agency's top sniper. Recently ending a bad relationship, Ali doesn't want anyone like Gun in her life, too good looking, too into himself, and too much like her arrogant ex. As a woman in a man's world, she is determined to prove herself among the best in the CID. The agency is her life now.
Gun's life has been filled with self-doubt, guilt, an unfaithful wife, and the unwitting responsibility for his best friend's death has made him wary. He needs to succeed in his new assignment, both to achieve justice for his friend and to find the redemption that will heal him. He sees Agent Donavon as a real danger to his concentration which could jeopardize the success of their mission.