Summer Cahill lives as quietly as she can, protecting her ability as a psychic healer. But danger brings Troy Arsenault into her life—along with scorching nights and intense emotions. Resisting him isn’t even a question, in or out of the bedroom. He protects her from the evil stalking her even as he takes her beyond the physical boundaries of anything she’s ever experienced. When Summer is kidnapped, Troy’s world is turned upside down and he employs all the resources of The Phoenix Agency to rescue her. He won’t rest until she’s back safely in his life—and in his bed— for the rest of their lives.
Yeah, this book had me in a squeeze… This was the fourth book I’ve read from the Phoenix Agency Series. And every part my rating went up with a star. So, I already reached the five stars with Freeze Frame. And then came Feel the Heat and it wasn’t bad, but it was no five star book either. But maybe that’s just by comparison with the previous part. With Freeze Frame, the tension went through the roof and with Feel the Heat, well, it was less hot.
Summer Cahill is a lovely woman, who tries to hide her gift from the outside world. She is able to heal people with her touch. However, not everybody believes her ability and some make it their job to cause a riot near her home and call her a charlatan (or worse). So, when the stalking grows worse, her friend Mia (yep, the one from ExtraSensory) offers to have someone from the Phoenix Agency come over and install some extra safety measures.
Troy, one of the last single guys of the Phoenix Agency didn’t expect to feel an instant attraction to Mia’s friend. He flew out to her home as a favour to Dan and Mia to help some woman install a safety system to protect her from some stalkers. But after meeting sweet and caring Summer, Troy decides to hang around for a while, because he wants to know her better.
Together they face the stalkers, but when they believe the nightmare is over, it is actually just beginning. Summer is kidnapped and Troy has to call in his friends from the Phoenix Agency to help him find his true love, before the romance is over even before it really started.
The story is wonderful, the characters are great, but the story didn’t keep my on the edge of my seat, like Freeze Frame. So this time, only four out of five stars from me. With a special thank you to Netgalley for providing the arc.
And yes, I will be starting on the arc Formula for Danger real soon, because the series is just a little addictive.
Publisher: Kindle Press
Published: September 2017
My Rating: ♥♥♥♥