Author: Marissa Garner
Rating: 4 stars
Buy Links: Amazon
Type: Novel in Series
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Blurb: For San Diego’s elite FBI agents, risking their lives is standard procedure when it comes to capturing the city’s most dangerous criminals – but falling in love is the greatest risk of all.
Kat MacKenzie knows something is terribly wrong at the Diablo Beach Nuclear Power Plant, but she can’t figure out if it’s computer error, equipment malfunction, or human sabotage. Unfortunately, the only person she can trust with the problem is the man she left at the altar two years ago. If Dillon doesn’t already hate her, he surely will once he discovers why she abandoned him.
The last person he expects to call him is the woman who broke his heart. But FBI Special Agent Dillon O’Malley can’t ignore Kat’s plea for help-not when national security may be at stake. As enemies become clear and catastrophe threatens, can Kat and Dillon put the past behind them to save the day and secure their future?
Review: An excellent, fast romance read that had characters who were well-fleshed out along with an exciting plot arc. However, much as I love this trope, I felt that it wasn’t entirely believable–but I quickly suspended disbelief like a good girl and enjoyed this story.
Kat MacKenzie knew something was going on at the nuclear faculty she was working at, but her boss continued to ignore her warnings. Was he part of the problem? Her only choice was to get help from someone she knew did not want to ever hear from her again –the man she’d left at the altar.
The last thing Dillon needed was a visitor from his past. He’d ignored the multiple calls from what he’d assumed was a telemarketer–until it was late at night and he was sick and tired of it. He finally answered only to hear the last voice he thought he’d hear–his ex. Why would she call him?
Unfortunately for them both, the problem was bigger than a simple phone call could solve, and even though Dillon had handed her over to one of his associates, he couldn’t avoid getting involved–because he still cared about Kat–and she still cared about him. So why had she left him?
When evidence was found that proved Kat’s instincts were correct–that someone was manipulating the cooling systems at the reactor, it put her life on the line.
As Dillon and Kat worked together to protect themselves as well as protecting national security, their feelings got involved again. If they make it through this, is there a chance that they can have a future together?
I really enjoyed this and think it’s a great, quick read that any romantic suspense readers would enjoy. Thanks