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Library JournalLana and Aidan have grudgingly worked cases together before, he as a special agent FBI team member and she as a journalist. It was not the most pleasant of working experiences except for the steam they generated. Now Lana is on to a new story that she thinks will be big, if she can get anyone else to believe her. Aidan, against his better judgment, gets involved mainly to keep Lana from endangering herself. If readers haven’t dipped into the previous titles in the series (this is Book 4), they might be a little lost as to who is who and what is going on; it feels like the first ten chapters of the book are missing. There are moments when the wording makes one think this novel might have a fantastical side, too, but it never appears. The use of more derogatory names for acts of passion might make you think this work verges on erotica, but nothing comes of it. It’s intimated that the couple have a wild sex life, but there are no scenes for the reader. The whole book seems to be a contradiction, which is not a good thing.
Verdict If you have read/bought the rest of the series, go for it; otherwise, not recommended.—Ryan A. Franklin, Mattoon P.L., IL
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