Monday, 12 September 2016

Review: The Talented Mr. Rivers (End of the Line #2) by HelenKay Dimon

****4 Stars****

This book picks up where book one ended and as such I think it would be wise to read Mr & Mr Smith first in order to fully enjoy this book and understand the characters and plot. ...
Hunter and Will are characters we met in the first book though we saw more of Hunter who is working as a bodyguard to Will whilst also working undercover for a German government agency. When Will comes up missing following the explosive end in book one Hunter sets out to find him with the help of Zach and Fischer from the previous book.
As with the first book I found the middle sags a little and was a little repetitive as we watch the team once again decide on the best plan of action to take against the organization they are tasked with bringing down. However, as Hunter and Will are on opposite sides in this matter that involves working through a lot more than their attraction to find the right outcome.
The ending made up for the sag in the middle of this story for me and I look forward to seeing if there is more to come from this series.

Reviewed by Vikki Ryan

HelenKay Dimon’s suspenseful, provocative series of double agents and dark desire continues with a novel featuring two men bound by a dangerous job—and by the cravings they feel for each other.

As the son of an international crime lord, Will Rivers only inherited one thing after his father died: trouble. The Pentasus organization deals in kidnapping and murder, and Will wants no part of the power grab that’s tearing leadership apart. But the only way he’ll be able to escape is with some help from his former bodyguard, Hunter Cain, whose sculpted body and brooding looks keep Will awake at night. Somehow, Hunter has resisted the tension between them . . . until, suddenly, he gives in.

As a German intelligence officer working deep undercover, Hunter has a very good reason to keep Will in the dark about his identity and his intentions. Although the sex is hot, Hunter’s true feelings are a growing liability. Now the only way to save Will from his old life is to push him deeper into danger. But when two strong men are each determined to protect the other, the heat isn’t just combustible—it’s a firestorm.

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