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    Nice Suspense Story

    Hunting Danger’s three main characters are Nova, her friend Layla, and Gage who works with Nova at Redemption Harbor Consulting. Layla reaches out to Nova for help getting away from her boyfriend after she witnesses something he’s done. Nova tries to do it by herself but is joined by Gage after he finds out she’s trying to leave by the owner of the company. The rest of the book is about how the three of them evade the people who are after them. I found this book to be very similar to Reus’ Redstone Security series. They both have someone getting a friend or themselves out of trouble and an employee joining them to help keep them out of trouble. There is no mystery in the story except for how they will stay out of trouble. The best thing about this story is the fact that they all pull together to help Gage and Nova no matter what It was worth reading and I give it four stars.
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    5 Star Danger 😃🐱‍🏍

    The fifth book in the Redemption Harbor series gives readers a delicious thrill as Nova sets off to rescue a childhood friend and makes the decision not to ask for help. But Nova is the one woman that Gage wants and while he can’t have her, he will do whatever it takes to protect her. The chemistry between Nova and Gage sizzles with a magnetic chemistry that not only draws them together but easily pulls readers into their world, but the relationship takes more than chemistry as Gage is determined to keep Nova at arm’s length for her own good. The passion steadily builds into an inferno as the rescue missions encounters an exhilarating event that puts readers on the edge of their seat, where they stay throughout this fast paced and smooth flowing plot. The story keeps the thrills coming, but also has the suspense building throughout along with a few unexpected turns that the characters doesn’t see coming. Katie Reus has such a gift for creating edge of your seat suspense that keeps readers glued to the pages and Hunting Danger is no different as it certainly had my attention. I love Gage and Nova’s story and I can’t help but be impatient for the next book because this story ends with the team talking about what they need to do next.
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    Hunting Danger

    Plenty of action in this book. Written in Katie’s usual style with macho men and strong sensual, but very capable women. I love the way her characters grow.
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    Riveting

    I have not read any of the previous books in this series and I had no problem whilst reading Hunting Danger, unless you count needing to go back and read all the other books in the series ASAP as an issue? From chapter one Katie Reus had me engaged, I really didn’t want to put this one down as I found myself invested in what was happening to Nova and Gage. When Nova’s childhood friend sends her a cryptic SOS, Nova rushes to help her. Gage is determined that Nova not go without backup so he turns up unexpectedly to help her and boy is she glad he did. After their plane crashes, it is one thing after another. What follows is an adventure full of danger, suspense and intrigue that will have you on the edge of your seat. At times Gage’s behaviour was a tad annoying but all in all the chemistry between Nova and Gage was obvious. However when Gage rejects her will Nova walk away or fight for who she wants? One click now and find out.
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    Action, drama, suspense and steamy chemistry

    Like the other books in this series, this is filled with plenty of action, drama, suspense and steamy chemistry. Nova and Gage have had a thing for each other since their first phone conversation when he was completely rude and she told him off. As coworkers and Gage her almost boss, he refuses to act on his attraction to her. When Nova sets off to help a friend in distress, Gage invites himself along and they soon find themselves in a mess of epic proportions. And that’s all it takes for the walls around them to collapse. While I may not have been completely convinced of Gage’s reasoning for staying away from Nova, there is no denying he is one delicious jealous, protective and obsessed hero. Despite the fact that she can take care of herself, he has a deep seated need to protect and care for her. Nova is completely independent and more than capable of her own protection but it does feel good to know that Gage has her back. And once she finally got her foot through Gage’s proverbial door she was going to go for it all. This had a bit of push and pull to it as well as chase from each main character at different times. With all the drama surrounding this couple, this story moved very quickly. Gage and Nova were both very likable and the heat factor between them was intense and felt real. The resolution of their problems regarding the bad guy seemed a bit forced, and rushed but I loved the epilogue and was more than satisfied when this story ended. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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