Out of Control (Entangled Ignite) [NOOK Book]

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Out of Control by Stephanie Feagan And they thought the blowout was hot…Oil rig blowout specialist Blair Drake is finished with men—especially after her disastrous marriage that caused her family to disinherit and cut all ties with her. But when Nick Robichaud, a handsome, roguishly charming oil well fire expert, wildcats into her life, throwing his devil-may-care attitude all over the place, the real sparks begin to fly. Forced to work together to kill a string of sabotaged oil rig explosions, Nick ...
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Out of Control (Entangled Ignite)

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Overview


Out of Control by Stephanie Feagan And they thought the blowout was hot…Oil rig blowout specialist Blair Drake is finished with men—especially after her disastrous marriage that caused her family to disinherit and cut all ties with her. But when Nick Robichaud, a handsome, roguishly charming oil well fire expert, wildcats into her life, throwing his devil-may-care attitude all over the place, the real sparks begin to fly. Forced to work together to kill a string of sabotaged oil rig explosions, Nick and Blair discover a plot to cripple the world’s oil supply. Unless they stop the doers, it’ll mean global economic catastrophe. With time running out and their lives on the line, they risk everything to prevent disaster. But nothing can stop the fire between them from burning out of control....


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622660803
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 6/24/2013
  • Series: Entangled Ignite
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 249
  • Sales rank: 1,302,457
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author


Stephanie Feagan is a multi-published RITA winning author who also writes YA paranormal romance as Trinity Faegen. A practicing CPA who loves travel, books, and smart guys, Stephanie lives in the oil fields of west Texas with her husband and a mean cat.  
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  • Posted July 28, 2013

    **2.5 stars **Confession: I wanted to read Out of Control solely

    **2.5 stars **Confession: I wanted to read Out of Control solely based on the cover. You can't blame me, can you? I'm a fan of Entangled books, but had yet to read a story from their Suspense line.



    Out of Control was an action-packed story, with a bit of romance added to the mix. I liked the heart of the story, a tough woman in a "man's" business, her attraction to a co-worker, and their investigation into the sabotage of oil wells. It's the kind of story that I really enjoy in movies, but I never read about. The issue was, the details. Now, this isn't necessarily a bad thing, and I think it speaks highly of the author's commitment to getting the details of the oil industry accurate. It's just, to me, there was a lot of it. Does this make me a flake? I'd like to think not, just that my mind is geared more towards relationships.



    Now, when it comes to the relationships in the story, I really liked that aspect of Out of Control. Blair Drake is a tough, hard working lady, but she ain't dead. (Excuse my use of the word ain't. It seemed to fit here.) Nick Robichaud is one fine Louisiana man and even though they are both committed to the job, their attraction won't be denied. I really enjoyed their banter and chemistry.



    Out of Control is a story that I did like, but maybe wasn't quite suited for. I tend to like my information to come from dialogue or action, and it seemed as if the story relied a lot on overviews to hand it out. For those who are a little more committed to action and intrigue, it might be the perfect fit.

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  • Posted July 4, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book.  Strong characters, suspense, and &q

    I really enjoyed this book.  Strong characters, suspense, and "romance".  It drew me in from the beginning and I read through it fairly quickly.  I love suspense.  But some books contain so may twists and turns you have a hard time keeping up.  While this one will keep you guessing as to who and exactly why, it is done very well and keeps you in the story.  The characters are strong and likeable.  I loved the straight and to the point dialogue.




    Will definitely look for other books by this author.

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  • Posted June 30, 2013

    I would have given this book a solid five stars, had it not been

    I would have given this book a solid five stars, had it not been for the "infodumps" about oil well fires and such. I admit, it was helpful at times, but other times it felt like I was reading a report about it. I give the author credit for doing her homework, but I was annoyed with it's long details.

    The suspense level was high. I was always wondering what would they find out next. As far as action goes, it was a doozy. I thought it would be this action packed suspense, sadly it wasn't. The chemistry between Blair and Nick was good. I think it could have been great, if they had finally come together at about 50% of the book instead of the last few pages.

    I liked the book. If you're into Romantic Suspense and don't mind reading a very detailed book, then this is for you.

    *I was given this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review*

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  • Posted June 26, 2013

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    4.5 STARS! Out of Control is the first work of Stephanie Feagan

    4.5 STARS! Out of Control is the first work of Stephanie Feagan that I have read. I was pulled in the minute I read the synopsis and wasn’t let go until I finished the last page! What an incredible ride!
    As an oil rig blowout specialist, a work field made up of 99% men, Blair Drake is used to being the only woman on the job.  She’s used to the ribbing from the guys and has successful tuned it out for years….well, the ribbing along with men in general.  Since her divorce from the jerk she had married and divorced, she’s decided her career is really the only thing she loves and wants to focus on.  But when the latest job puts her in contact with her ex, she has no choice but to deal with him once again.  Luckily for her, a handsome newbie crew member is a welcomed distraction.  The attempts on her life upon witnessing suspicious things after a string of oil well explosions? Well, she soon realizes on this particular job, nothing will be following protocol.
    Nick Robichaud, an oil well fire expert, is a man on a mission and a man with a past.  He’s here on this latest job not only to put out a fire but to protect the beautiful and sassy gal running this crew.  There have been a slew of suspicious blowouts and the one person who has put together a few odd coincidences and circumstances is Blair.  Even though she is his supervisor and her life is at risk, he can’t ignore the attraction he feels toward her and will be happy to lay on his Southern charm to get her to admit she feels the same attraction toward him.
    Together, Blair and Nick embark on a mission to prove the well fires were set on purpose and to find out who is responsible.  Not an easy task when you’ve got players from Homeland Security, a Saudi King, oil company execs and a slimy ex husband involved.  But what Blair and Nick find along the way is beyond what either one of them were looking for…..love.
    Wow….just wow.  I absolutely loved this book! What didn’t this story have? Mystery, suspense, action, emotion…a total package of awesome! Blair is an amazing character with so many facets to her that I adored her.  Sure, she’s tough and strong but she’s still a woman and when she starts to show those feminine sides, it completes her complexity.  She’s no-nonsense and a straight shooter and goes after what she wants but she’s also vulnerable and has her share of weaknesses. I loved when she started telling us about her past and let us see what made her who she is today.  Nick is simply delish! He oozes charm and confidence and is all alpha male but also has his share of weaknesses.  He’s loyal and honorable and has secrets and a past that are heartbreaking when he shares them. Together the relationship they form isn’t one of a typical romance….and I loved it.  They build on an instant and intense attraction but do so slowly and it ends up being so real and believable to the reader.  There are a few scenes toward the end that I absolutely died over….emotional and intense and absolutely beautiful! I was so pleased with how their story ended and loved the inside jokes that Blair had with the reader….fantastic way to build a connection to a character! (When you read this book and get to the “killing the shark” parts, you’ll get it)
    Overall I adored is book and recommend to all you romantic suspense fans.  I hope we see more from this series and the secondary characters because they are all amazing! Thank you, Stephanie, for a fantabulous story!
    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

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  • Posted June 24, 2013

    What was not to love about Out of Control? Kick-butt heroine wh

    What was not to love about Out of Control? Kick-butt heroine who knows when to lean on someone else, check. Kick-butt alpha male hero who is definitely more than he appears, check. Interesting suspense, check. Believable romance, check. It had everything I was looking for in a romantic suspense! Now onto the specifics:

    Plot:
    I normally start with characters, but since I feel this book was slightly more suspense than romance (but don't worry there is still romance) the plot is more of the steering factor. The characters are important too, but the suspense seemed to drive the book, at least to me. From oil wells in the Gulf to one in Texas and then overseas this book offers the variety of different locales. I loved the information about what the team did to stop the oil rig fires. It was fascinating but the plotting really got going with the suspense of who set the fires and then onto finally solving and proving the crime which takes place overseas and really added to my interest. I don't know much about oil drilling, oil rigs and the fires but really feel Ms. Feagan did her reserach. And her research really shines with the overseas part of the book. I was fascinated, captivated and just thoroughly entrenched in this book due to the plot.

    Characters:
    The characters are stars in their own right. Blair is a female in a career full of males and she comes from a fancy family. So many contrasts about her, and I loved it. She also didn't pretend to be something she wasn't. She was tough, but underneath it she seemed to understand she needed to lean on someone. Now maybe she didn't want to but she understood it. Nick is alpha to the hilt but kind and gentler with Blair. He also has secrets which are fascinating and really add to the story. And the chemistry between Nick and Blair is scorching. You can feel the heat between them and it's sexy. As I mentioned in the interview I loved Conaway. So snarky and fun, yet she pulls no punches as well. She will get what she wants through sheer determination. And I loved that she and Blair clicked. Conaway really added to the story and sometimes it's hard to have that third character that you really like, but Ms. Feagan did it and now I can't wait to get Conaway's story as well!

    Out of Control was an amazing edge-of-your-seat read. It took me one day to read (I had interruptions). I just had to know how it would turn out and kept turning the page. I was engrossed by the plot and I cared about the characters. I loved learning new things and visiting new places. It was one of those reads that I am still thinking about days later. I want more of Nick and Blair and hope to see at least a little of them in Conaway's book! If you love romantic suspense then this is a great book to read!

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