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    Exciging, romantic and well written

    In this exciting espionage romance, Jamie Douglass has had a love/hate relationship with Dan Reese ever since he was her instructor when she was a young recruit. As much she would have liked to hate him, she is nevertheless strongly attracted to him. Dan put more pressure on Jamie during her training than on the men, partly to put emotional distance between the much younger woman and himself, but also because he knew that in order for her to survive in the world of spies and criminals, she had to have greater inner strength and better reactions to any crisis than the men she partnered with. However, when they reach a watershed moment, Dan eventually admits his attraction for Jamie, but before he can act on it, the situation is blown out of control and not only is Dan fighting for his life, but Jamie is fighting for his future as various agencies try to blame one another and important information gets overlooked in the fallout. In Dan and Jamie's world they are facing very real danger and despite their training and experience, they are nevertheless very real human beings with their vulnerabilities and fears. Dan tries to destroy Jamie's feelings for him when his recovery is called into question, but when Jamie also ends up being a victim of one of their own, he finds that he can no longer maintain his emotional distance. Dangerous to Love is exciting and fast paced with short but intense romantic interludes and just enough humour to make the characters real. Although this very well written book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a stand-alone and comes to a highly romantic ending. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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