AGENTS UNDER FIRE by Dana Marton
Agents Under Fire by Dana Marton
Reviewed by Miranda
Gabe Cannon’s new job with an elite commando team has him hunting an old friend who turned traitor. However, Gabe quickly discovers things may not be as they seem when the targets sexy sister steps into the picture. Jasmine is determined to protect her brother and sister and if she needs to use Gabe to do it she will. Will Gabe and Jasmine make the perfect duo or lead to disaster?
“Guardian Agent” is a sexy fun spy novella. The chemistry between Gabe and Jasmine is quick and hot. They mystery surrounding her brother Jake is interesting and keeps the drama piping hot.
Jake Telka is looking for answers. He was recently framed for a crime he didn’t commit and now he’s out to find the persons responsible but there’s a pretty American heiress determined to get in his way. Allison is looking for her fiancé in all the wrong places and its putting her life in danger. Can Jake protect her and steal her heart at the same time?
“Avenging Agent” is hot and dangerous in all the right places! Allison and Jake heat up the desert with their attraction and take the enemy by storm. Allison’s a tough chick. She is the perfect woman to melt the ice around Jake’s heart. Their little adventure is full of tense action and sweet kisses.
Troy Hill has been working undercover in D.C. trying to bring down a corrupt Congressman. He’s hiding from more than corrupt thugs; he’s also hiding from his past. When he’s caught in the enemies net he has only one hope; the woman holding the key to his cage. Will Claire be his savior or his downfall?
“Warrior Agent” is a nice wrap up to the plot conceived in these novellas. I really like Troy and Claire’s wounded characters and the fact that they are in some way calling out to each other for help. They make a great team and they may be the toughest duo yet!
Agents Under Fire is an exciting anthology filled with quickly told stories that keep the reader interested throughout. While this is not my favorite adventure of Dana Marton’s she definitely has a way with military inspired stories. I love her technical details that make you feel like you are actually there with the characters. I would love a little more romance but these are novellas so there isn’t a lot of time to build that in. I did enjoy all three stories and the couples within but I wanted more of them. I am definitely glad that these three stories are now available together in a print edition because I would have been devastated not to learn what happened after each story immediately since the stories are tightly wound together.