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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Great Book

I loved it and this series. Good plot I love when the action and romance balance balance each other out. Can't wait to read about Avery.

posted by nana_reads_ROMACE_books on January 9, 2013

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

3.5 Stars Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jessica & posted at Und

3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jessica & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

Davis’ writing style keeps you submerged. You feel like you’re right there as each shot is fired and each explosion is detonated. And not only is the story interesting but the love...
3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jessica & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

Davis’ writing style keeps you submerged. You feel like you’re right there as each shot is fired and each explosion is detonated. And not only is the story interesting but the love story between Simon and J.J. is believable!” ~Under the Covers

In the 6th installment of the A-Tac series Dee Davis is at it again, this time with Simon and his story. Now Simon is no average Joe when it comes to being in battle, hell he has the scars to prove it. But when Jillian aka J.J un-expectantly comes back into his life and into the chaos the A-Tac team is in, Simon finds himself caught right in the middle of it all. Dealing with terrorists is a piece of cake, partnering with a long lost love to take them down may prove to be his biggest challenge yet.

After losing her husband, J.J. decided to get her life back on track. Now working for Homeland Security J.J. finds herself in the middle of a fight between terrorists and the man who stole her heart, Simon. Will she be able to fight the battle with A-Tac and within herself to finally let go of Simon once and for all? Or will she be consumed by him like she was so many years ago.

Davis’ writing style keeps you submerged. You feel like you’re right there as each shot is fired and each explosion is detonated. And not only is the story interesting but the love story between Simon and J.J. is believable! Unlike most couples, these two are adults! They know they have something, they know they have issues to work out but they also know that in order to stop a terror attack they must push aside their issues and work together.

What’s even better about this couple is their chemistry. Simon and J.J. are hot for each other all the time! Each touch and stroke is like fire running through their veins. The mere sound of the others voice has them discombobulated. I love it!

If explosions, gun fights and fast paced action are your thing then Double Danger will have you turning pages faster than you can blink.

*ARC provided by publisher

posted by Under_The_Covers_BookBlog on December 20, 2012

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  • Posted December 20, 2012

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    3.5 Stars Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jessica & posted at Und

    3.5 Stars
    Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jessica & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog

    Davis’ writing style keeps you submerged. You feel like you’re right there as each shot is fired and each explosion is detonated. And not only is the story interesting but the love story between Simon and J.J. is believable!” ~Under the Covers

    In the 6th installment of the A-Tac series Dee Davis is at it again, this time with Simon and his story. Now Simon is no average Joe when it comes to being in battle, hell he has the scars to prove it. But when Jillian aka J.J un-expectantly comes back into his life and into the chaos the A-Tac team is in, Simon finds himself caught right in the middle of it all. Dealing with terrorists is a piece of cake, partnering with a long lost love to take them down may prove to be his biggest challenge yet.

    After losing her husband, J.J. decided to get her life back on track. Now working for Homeland Security J.J. finds herself in the middle of a fight between terrorists and the man who stole her heart, Simon. Will she be able to fight the battle with A-Tac and within herself to finally let go of Simon once and for all? Or will she be consumed by him like she was so many years ago.

    Davis’ writing style keeps you submerged. You feel like you’re right there as each shot is fired and each explosion is detonated. And not only is the story interesting but the love story between Simon and J.J. is believable! Unlike most couples, these two are adults! They know they have something, they know they have issues to work out but they also know that in order to stop a terror attack they must push aside their issues and work together.

    What’s even better about this couple is their chemistry. Simon and J.J. are hot for each other all the time! Each touch and stroke is like fire running through their veins. The mere sound of the others voice has them discombobulated. I love it!

    If explosions, gun fights and fast paced action are your thing then Double Danger will have you turning pages faster than you can blink.

    *ARC provided by publisher

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted August 7, 2013

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