Review Double Danger by Dee Davis
Ignoring his instincts once cost Simon a vital op-and the life of his best friend, Ryan. Now as escalating, violent attacks hit A-Tac, another person he loves is in danger. Homeland Security agent Jillian Montgomery’s investigation has suddenly brought her back into Simon’s life, and unless they can learn to trust each other, their dangerous mission will fail.
After her husband Ryan’s death, Jillian dedicates herself to saving others. She can’t afford to be tempted by Simon, even though his every touch reignites the desire they once shared. But in the last desperate minutes before disaster strikes, their second chance at love might be the most lethal trap of all . . .
As much as I like Ms. Davis’ books, I could not connect with Double Danger at all, I really felt like it was just another retelling of an earlier story that I’ve read of her books. Its not the best story, and you must have all ready had exposure to her “A-Tac” series before because it had enough references to prior activities and other people to make you dizzy if you didn’t have a flow chart to follow it, but I really felt like my inability to connect with this story was my problem not the books.
Overall Rating: DNF