Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Review of Fuel for Fire by Julie Ann Walker

Brief Book Summary courtesy of Sourcebooks: 

A brooding covert operative and a spunky CIA agent discover a burning passion in the next installment of Julie Ann Walker's red-hot BKI series

Dagan Zoelner has made three huge mistakes
The first two left blood on his hands.
The third left him wondering...what if? What if he had told the woman of his dreams how he felt before his world fell apart?

Spitfire CIA agent Chelsea Duvall has always had a thing for bossy, brooding Dagan. It's just as well that he's never given her a second look, since she carries a combustible secret about his past that threatens to torch their lives...

My Review: 

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. I have always wanted to read Julie Ann Walkers books so when I got the opportunity to read "Fuel for Fire" I jumped at the chance. This book had a great mix of romance, mystery and thriller all rolled into one. 

Having not read any of Julie's book in the past I was not sure what I could expect with her writing style. I found that she did a great job of being descriptive of both the scenery and the characters. In regards to the  main characters I found that she did a great job of giving you enough history as she could to help you understand them but left enough mystery that kept you reading. In addition to the main characters, Julie also did a great job of introducing the other characters and a little bit of their stories that will hopefully be seen in the future books. 

I found that the plot of the story was also very catchy. I enjoyed how Julie had the romance and mystery/thriller aspect in this book. It had you on the edge of the seat throughout the whole book wondering what was going to happen to the characters in the end. In addition, she also left you want to read the next book in the series to find out what happen next to the people in the organization. 

I would recommend reading the books in order in the series though as I found lost at times because there was aspects of the story that I think were transferred from one book to another. In addition, I would have liked to read about the starting of Black Knights as I think it holds importance to what the organization was and why the characters in the book were part of it. 

I am very interested in reading more of these books in the future and would recommend this to individuals who like romance, mystery and thriller all in one book.

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