Review: Friendly Fire by Megan Hart

I wish this could be an actual, physical book because that cover is pure eye-candy (and one of my favorite covers among Hart’s bibliography.)

I’m technically reading this book way later than when I bought it, but I’m glad I had the chance to do so. A brief read about two agents who are at odds on an island meant to help them cope with a tragic accident. Yet while Kendall starts off blaming Zane for the incident of “friendly fire”, she realizes how much guilt he feels over the incident, and finds moments to get to know him more. The two have good chemistry; I’ll admit I had a good chuckle more than one at their banter throughout the story. And as per usual, Hart’s attention to the sensuality is vivid and on-point. A couple of gripes – the tale was a little too brief for there to be a full reckoning with such heavy issues and I would’ve loved to see the main and side characters have more time to develop. Still, I liked what it had to offer.

Overall score: 3.5/5 stars.


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