Dangerous In Love by Sidney Bristol is a phenomenal romantic suspense. Ms. Bristol has delivered a well-written book and furnished it with outstanding, lovable characters. Lacey is a free spirit backpacking and video blogging her adventure when she is kidnapped. Shane is part of the Aegis Group and his team is tasked with the job of rescuing a married couple. When they find Lacey with the couple, they rescue her also. Shane and Lacey's story is packed with drama, action, humor, suspense and sexy bits. I enjoyed every page of this fantastic book and look forward to reading more from Sidney Bristol in the future. Dangerous In Love is book 1 of the Aegis Group Alpha Team Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.
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A nice story about friendship with an important lesson in the end.
This is a fun and simple book. Good team work and problems solving.
The illustrations were cute in a very computer-y sort of way. Overall, a good read.
| Hazel's ex-husband's current wife dies at their book group's meeting. Did she commit suicide as it looks or was something else going on?
There are so many characters introduced in this book that I was confused as to who did what and how did they fit in. After I figured it out the book got better. I enjoyed the mystery. I had no idea the who or what until it started being explained to me. I liked the characters especially as they got weeded out and it seems as if there will be fewer characters in the next book. I enjoyed watching Hazel working to figure out who was involved and why. When she did it was an epiphany. I look forward to more of her.
This was so much better than vol. 1.
I enjoyed the tales in this book a lot better than in the first book. My favorite story from this one was the haunted carnival ride one.
I also liked that the main character in this book, William, was in the first book. It worked really well.
As usual, I appreciated the ride references as well as the It’s A Small World one.
Overall, this book did not disappoint.