Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Fuel For Fire by Julie Ann Walker

Title: Fuel for Fire
Author: Julie Ann Walker
My Rating: B+

Genre: Romantic Suspense
Series: Black Knights Incorporated #10
Main Characters: Dagan and Chelsea
Release Date: June 2017
Publisher: Sourcebooks
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Sexual Intensity: hot

Story Overview:
A brooding covert operative and a spunky CIA agent discover a burning passion in the next installment of Julie Ann Walker's red-hot BKI series

Dagan Zoelner has made three huge mistakes
The first two left blood on his hands. 
The third left him wondering...what if? What if he had told the woman of his dreams how he felt before his world fell apart?

Spitfire CIA agent Chelsea Duvall has always had a thing for bossy, brooding Dagan. It's just as well that he's never given her a second look, since she carries a combustible secret about his past that threatens to torch their lives...


My Review:
I've enjoyed this entire series. This one was interesting because most of the book took place in England. It was fun to see this portion of the BKI team out of their normal element. And I kind of loved that. I lived in England for two years and it was fun to visit it again through this story. 

So the story...Chelsea is undercover working for one very evil guy...the Spider. She isn't trained, although she's in the CIA. She's an analyst, not an agent...something that Dagan reminds her of constantly. Part of Dagan's issue is that he's terrified of what could happen to her. He won't be able to survive it if she gets hurt. Chelsea just thinks that Dagan hates her...which can't be more wrong. 

This entire book is a crazy romp from start to finish. The action is non-stop with some incredible twists that you absolutely can't see coming. That Channel crossing...LOVED that twist.

I really enjoyed the book. The romance was pretty good, too, although I wish there had been a little more build up on the page of the actual emotional feelings between the two of them. There's so much action, there's very little time for the actual romance to come through. Regardless of that, the story was still really, really good and I enjoyed every minute of reading it. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.

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