Christmas Awards 2011

Sunday, 8 April 2012

Angel on Fire

Angel on Fire by Jacquie Johnson

February 2012

Pages: 293

Angela McKenzie is determined to find out everything she can about her father dropping dead on a sidewalk in Boston from a heart attack. Instead she finds herself in the middle of the last classified project her father was working on when he died. What she never expected was to suddenly be in the sights of the FBI, a killer and a terrorist. Now she has to find out the truth if she wants to survive what is happening.

Chase Romero used to be a Navy SEAL but is now an undercover operative when his boss sends him to watch over Angela. Chase is sure that his boss is over reacting until things begin to happen to Angela that makes Chase change his mind in a hurry. Now Chase has to find a way to keep Angela safe while they try to figure exactly what her father was working on at the time of his death.

Finding out what is going on would be a lot easier if the attraction they feel for each other wasn’t so strong and compelling. Now as they go from New England to Washington DC to Lake Michigan in a search for the truth they are going to have to reevaluate their lives to see what they thought they always wanted and where they were headed is still what they want of if they have found something very special with each other that is more important than anything else. Chase is also going to have to decide if what he has fond with Angela is enough to go up against her godfather who also happens to be his boss.

This story is full of action and suspense. The twist and turns that this one takes is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats as they try to figure what is going on and just who are the bad guys and who are the good guys. This is a wonderful debut story that is sure to have readers watching for what comes next from this author. This is one that is definitely worth giving the time to and readers that enjoy action packed romance are sure to love this one.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses

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