Saturday, November 5, 2011

Book Review: Attracted to Fire by DiAnn Mills

Attracted to FireAttracted to Fire by DiAnn Mills

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Ash Zinders doesn't think women have a place in the Secret Service, but can one woman change his mind??

Meghan Connors is one of the agents assigned to protect Lindsay Hall from attempts on her life and help her overcome her drug and alcohol addictions.

Lindsay Hall knows who is behind the threats against her, but she is is afraid to say anything for fear no one will believe her and her family will become harmed...

I found 'Attracted to Fire' really good, and even though I pretty much knew who was behind it all throughout the book, it was still suspenseful. I enjoyed the characters and their stories. The romance was very sweet, but also funny at times.

While I enjoyed mostly everything in 'Attracted to Fire', I didn't like it when a cuss word was said. While I didn't have any problems with the mentioning of drugs and alcohol, some people might.

All-in-all I really enjoyed 'Attracted to Fire' and I recommend it if you enjoy a suspenseful read and don't mind the things mentioned above.

*I received a complimentary copy for my review. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion.*

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing your review.

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  2. I won a copy of this book recently, so I can't wait to read it!

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  3. I too have a copy of this book to read, have not started it yet so interesting to read what you had to say about it, will help when I start to read mine. thanks for sharing.

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