Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Book Review: Attracted to Fire

How do you protect a suicidal drug addict with a price on her head? If she’s the vice president’s daughter, you imprison her on a remote ranch in Texas with six secret service agents, her own personal doctor and nurse, a cook and two ranch hands, a father and son.

Believing her parents are more interested in social causes and politics than in her, Lindsay Hall is determined to ruin their reputation by ruining hers even if this means destroying herself in the process. For reasons only he knows, the vice president handpicks secret service agent Meghan Conners to stay by his daughter’s side, to protect her from herself and other threats. Meghan joins Ash Zinder’s team for this assignment against Zinder’s wishes. He believes women have no place in the secret service. Meghan must show him he’s wrong while keeping her focus and protecting Lindsay.

Attracted to Fire is the second DiAnn Mills book I’ve been privileged to read. This one is exceptional! Action and adventure. Conspiracy. Suspense. And a bit of romance, of course.

My only frustration was with the cover art. As in the first DiAnn Mills book I read, the main character as pictured on the cover doesn’t match Mills description of her. More than once, Mills says Meghan has reddish blonde hair. The character on the cover is a brunette. But that’s only a minor nuisance. The quality of the story more than made up for it. I just don't understand why this detail would be overlooked.

I thank Tyndale Publishers for sending a complimentary copy of this book for my review. I am happy to recommend it to fans of the romance/suspense genre.
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