Thursday, November 3, 2016

Review: Necessary Force by D.D. Ayres

Title: Necessary Force
Series: K-9 Rescue
Author: D.D. Ayres
Read copy: eBook (Kindle)
Published: July 1, 2014
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks

It was supposed to be a sexy calendar shoot to raise money for K-9 service dogs. Photographer Georgie Flynn never expected to break all her personal rules and jump into bed with one of the hunky men posing. And after their steamy night together, she certainly never expected to see him again...despite their powerful connection.

When she's targeted by a stalker and possible bomber, Georgie finds that her gorgeous one-night stand is the only one who can help.

Brad Lawson, an FBI operative, and his K-9 bomb sniffing partner are assigned to protect the pretty photographer—and this time, he’s determined to keep things professional. He just didn't count on their explosive connection rekindling. But with a deadly threat on the horizon, will he be able to keep his body’s demands in check and complete his mission?

My rating:

Two months ago, Georgie spent a night of passion with a virtual stranger, a K-9 firefighter. Now the guy is back with the same dog, a different name, and an FBI badge. Georgie's made it on the FBI's domestic terrorism suspects list. Congrats!

There was something off with this book. I felt completely disconnected from the characters and the story, the villain, once he appeared on the scene, was predictable, the main characters had no chemistry (I was told about their attraction, but what I saw was two people in closed quarters scratching an itch), the suspense wasn't intense or gripping, there was no urgency to the proceedings...The only thing that excited me was the "shop-talk" about explosive sniffing dogs and their characteristics.


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