Title:Flash Of Fury
Author: Lea Griffith
Stars: 5 out of 5
Flash of Fury is your typical romantic suspense novel instead of falling on the sword this story had a feisty female lead i seem to connect with even when you wanted to yell at her. The male lead was typical but he seemed a little more real than most of your typical military romantic suspense stories. This story starts off with a bang with thrilling action, bullets, lots of weapons, explosion, terrorist, running, hiding. The action scenes worked with the story that we were following. With romantic suspense there are always the convoluted story but at the same time the author is able to bring readers fun, feisty sexy characters.
As always there are throw away characters which I personal dislike but it didn't stop me from reading the story.
Kingston McNally lost men when someone betrayed his team, and now he's out for retribution. His quest for the enemy's courier leads him to Cameroon and Allie Redding, a petite Peace Corps volunteer as stubborn as she is brave. Their attraction is immediate, but Allie has secrets of her own...and she's not giving them up easily.
But their secrets could burn them both
Allie's life has been spent hiding in plain sight, but she's had enough of her cloak-and-dagger existence. On her way home, her plane is hijacked-and King saves her life. But that doesn't mean she owes him anything...even if he is the most damnably sexy man she's ever laid eyes on. He's got black ops and secrets written all over him, and trust is a two-way street.
Mass Market Paperback, 384 pages
Expected publication: March 17th 2017 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Lea Griffith began sneaking to read her mother’s romance novels at a young age. She cut her teeth on the greats: McNaught, Woodiwiss, and Garwood. A firm believer that love makes the world go round, she still consumes every romance book she can put her hands on, but now she writes her own.
Lea lives with her husband and three teenage daughters in rural Georgia. Two dogs, a cat, and a beta fish named Coddy George complete a family that is always in motion. When not working at the EDJ, she’s usually at her keyboard, using every spare second to write. Science fiction, paranormal and contemporary romance, oh my! Nothing is off-limits when it comes to her writing.