Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Undercover Heat by Tami Lund

Title:  Undercover Heat
Series:  Tough Love #2
Author:  Tami Lund
Published:  January 19/15 by Crimson Romance
Length:  185pgs
Format:  ecopy
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

A year ago, agent Kyra Sanders almost closed the case of her career—almost, but not quite. Her boyfriend and colleague ended up cheating on her with the perp she was chasing, blowing the case and ruining Kyra’s belief in happily ever after. When she’s given a second chance to catch this crook, she’s determined not to let anything interfere.

Quinn Daniels is an FBI agent with a hell of a skeleton in his closet: his father was a career criminal. Locked up in federal prison, he still manages to torment Quinn, never letting him forget that he failed as a son and a human being. Hard-drinking, hard-talking Quinn vows to stay on the straight and narrow.

But when Kyra and Quinn are assigned to go undercover as a married couple, trouble—and desire—flares. Opposites may attract, but can they keep the heat between them undercover long enough to close their case?

My Review:

What a brilliant read. Lund’s fast paced, fun loving style is perfect for the story at hand. She develops her story in detail while still allowing readers the opportunity to use their imagination. She also develops all facets of the story. The characters relationships inside and outside the house, their work lives, and what they’re working on are all equally important. It all combines into a quick, fun read that I had trouble putting down.

Lund’s well developed, realistic, and approachable characters were a joy to get to know. Not only were they great people in their own right but the dynamics of this lead couple were priceless. The chemistry between them was palpable. The banter was a joy to read, keeping the story upbeat, while the conflict between them made them who they were.

This was definitely a fun and enjoyable read. Lund kept me entertained with her fast paced, witty story. I would highly recommend it to those who enjoy romance in an upbeat setting.

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