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    Great read

    Imperial Stout is the first book in a series that is a spinoff of the Irish & Whiskey series. I haven't read the Irish & Whiskey books - yet - and I didn't feel lost at all, so jump in now and enjoy this exciting book. It's jam packed with action from start to finish. Dominic "Nic" Price is a US Attorney and his star witness in a high profile case has been kidnapped. Now he has to rely on the very hot FBI Kidnap and Rescue specialist Cameron Byrne to get the witness back. Cam is going undercover to infiltrate the crew that is holding his witness hostage. Will they all get out of this alive? This is a great suspense filled story with a nice M/M romance mixed in. I highly recommend it.
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    Hooked me for the series

    Imperial Stout is the first book in a spin-off series, but is easily able to stand on its own. I really enjoy Miss Reyne’s approach to romantic action and suspense because she highlights the character development just as much as the suspense and cases, not to mention how quickly her twisted, long running plots pull me in. I can honestly say she once again hooked me with these characters. I enjoyed getting to know Nic and Cam better and see them together, and the little teasers for what’s to come certainly captured my attention. Having met Nic and Cam in Agents Irish and Whiskey, I was already fairly invested in them as individuals and really happy just to see more from each of them. Admittedly, while I still enjoyed Imperial Stout, I didn’t feel as much a draw to either man as I expected at the start, but I have confidence that will change as the series continues and the characters develop more. As for the action and suspense, I loved that it was a completely different set of circumstances and background than the previous series, ensuring it felt fresh and exciting. The pacing and writing style kept the intensity and excitement ramped up, making it hard to put the book down for very long. If you’re a fan of romantic suspense and law enforcement series that have a longer-running plot as well as concurrent subplots and cases resolved in each book, I’d definitely recommend Imperial Stout. *eARC received via Netgalley. The author and publisher had no influence over this review*
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    Good introduction to a new series

    Though I've read other books by this author, I haven't read the series this one spins off of. Although I was able to catch on pretty quickly, I did feel like there were things that weren't explained and pieces I was missing about some of the relationships because I hadn't read those books. That being said, this was still a very enjoyable story and I definitely have plans to go back and read the original series. The fireworks between Nic and Cam (both professionally and personally) made the story easy to get into and provided a nice backdrop to the twists and turns in the case they were working. I was genuinely surprised by the final reveal of the "bad guy." Although I loved all the characters, I found myself drawn to Cam's tragic backstory. I had a harder time connecting with Nic, but I have a feeling that will change as the series progresses. Because yes, I will definitely be reading the next books in the series.
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    As good, if not better than Irish & Whiskey

    This was an incredible start to a new series spinoff. The action begins immediately and keeps the level of excitement at a peak all the way through. The plot is riveting and is underpinned by an equally intense subplot set to carry over in the next installment. Nic and Cam were introduced in the last series and the UST they generate is off the charts. Be prepared for delayed gratification but I loved that build up and when it peaks, it’s scorching. I also didn’t totally grasp the hierarchy of the FBI/US Attorneys working together but I rolled with it since it didn’t confuse any of the plot or action or take anything away from the marvelous characters. Nic and Cam have very opposite backgrounds and we find out a lot about Cam. Nic’s history is partly revealed but much was left enigmatic. I loved that Nic’s history is inked on his skin too! *Drool* All the characters from the first series are present, which I think might be a bit confusing if you haven’t read those. The dynamics established in the Agents Irish and Whiskey books arent so easy to pick up from this one. I highly recommend reading that series because it’s awesome too. Read this though; it’s going to be as good or better than the first. #NetGalley #ImperialStout
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