Life has heated up for Grayce Walters: thrust into the public eye and hounded by the media after solving an arson case with a critical clue from a French Poodle. When Ewan Davis, the sexy arson investigator Grayce has been steaming things up with, starts talking commitment, she definitely feels the burn.
Then a desperate mother begs Grayce to help find her missing daughter-an Afghanistan war veteran suffering from PTSD, and Grayce reluctantly takes on the case, following a disturbing clue provided by the missing young woman's cat. Calling once again on the aid of her cross-dressing best friend and her shrewd assistant, Grayce uncovers a terrorist plot with chilling international implications.
Grayce races to rescue the young veteran before the escalating danger explodes. But if she manages to escape the threat, will she find the courage to commit to the fiery passion that awaits her wrapped in Davis's arms?
|Publisher:||DOE BAY PUBLISHING LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.50(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Grayce and Davis are back in Book 2 of the Grayce Walters Romantic Suspense Series. When Grayce joins in the search for a missing military woman, she falls into a web of intrigue and danger. I truly enjoyed this second book in the series. It is a page turner. I couldn’t put it down. I loved the growing depth of the relationship between Davis and Grayce. When Davis accepts a job offer out of state, their relationship is put to the test. Can they stay together or will the strain of distance pull them apart? I highly recommend this series.
Women Under Fire by Jacki Delecki is the second book in the Grayce Walters series and was a fascinating read for me. I started this series with book #3, MEN UNDER FIRE, and enjoyed it so much that I had to start at the beginning. The fascination of this book for me is that the plot regarding the environmental activist group and the bomb is the same one in book #3 but this time the story is being told from Grayce's viewpoint. I love getting to know Grayce, Ewan and James even more in this book. These characters are well developed and so rich in details. I loved seeing Ewan's Aunt Adeline again as she seems to be so much more that just the small glimpses that I've seen of her. Her intuition is a match for Grayce's which just added to the plot. The twists, the turns, the romance between Ewan and Grayce that is beginning to look a lot like love and the eco-terrorist that is truly crazy and devious all combined to keep me turning the pages every chance that I got. I enjoyed meeting Maddy and Hunter in this book as I know book #4 is their story. Hunter was cold and put me off in this book at first. There was some redemption for him at the end of the book but I am looking forward to seeing how Jacki redeems him in book #4. I was given a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
After reading one of this author’s astounding Regency romantic mystery Code books, I read this equally astounding contemporary romantic mystery and am in awe of this author’s ability to switch from Regency to contemporary in her writing. Her heroine, Grayce Walters, is a veterinarian with an affinity for helping animals with acupuncture, but who also has an affinity for getting into dangerous situations while trying to help her friends. All the while, Grayce has a cadre of friends who lend quite a bit of character to her stories and Davis, her very alpha boyfriend, who helps protect her in those dangerous situations, and Davis’s poodle, Mitzi, Grayce’s very helpful companion in the solution of those dangerous situations. I love pets in my stories! I recommend this book highly.