Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Line of Fire Review

Tommy Skyler was the star quarterback of his football team with dreams of going to the NFL but a family tragedy put his career in another direction. Tommy may be the youngest of Station Five, but he knows what he wants and he wants Shea Ford. BADLY.
Shea is very attracted to Tommy but thinks he may be too young for forever. Thinking she may be better off with Prescott the city manager of their town and a seemingly ok, if not boring guy. Seemingly is the operative word.
Things change when Tommy gets hurt and Shea realizes the depths of her feelings for him.
But things change even more with the growing trend of buildings being destroyed for unknown reasons that leads to at least one murder.
LINE OF FIRE by Jo Davis is the latest in her popular Station Five series and in my opinion the next one cannot
get here fast enough. Tommy, Shea and the secondary characters are the type of people that you can imagine hanging with on a weekend and have you care about them almost as much as the main characters. The action is fast paced and will have you holding your breath and hoping that the unthinkable didn't really happen. The love scenes will
have you getting something cold to drink inside of a freezer.
Even though LINE OF FIRE is part of a series it can be read as a standalone, but will have you running back to store to get the rest in the series.

Barb Hicks

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