Thursday, 13 August 2015

Too Hard To Handle Review

Too Hard to Handle (Black Knights Inc., #8)Too Hard to Handle by Julie Ann Walker

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Julie Ann Walker continues her red-hot Black Knights Inc. series in rough-and-tumble Peru

"The Man" is back
Dan "The Man" Currington is back in fighting form with a mission that takes him four thousand miles south of BKI headquarters, high in the Andes Mountains of Peru. He's hot on the trail of a rogue CIA agent selling classified government secrets to the highest bidder, when Penni DePaul arrives on the scene. Suddenly the stakes are higher, and keeping Penni safe becomes Dan's number one priority.

And this time she's ready
A lot has changed since former Secret Service Agent Penni DePaul last saw Dan. Now a civilian, she's excited about what the future might hold. But before she can grab onto that future with both hands, she has to tie up some loose ends-namely, Dan Currington, the man she just can't forget. And a secret that's going to change both their lives-if they can stay alive, that is.

Kerry's Review 4 of 5 stars

I asked to review this book and I am glad I did. From the first page this book is hilarious and thrilling all at the same time, the chemistry between the characters is so believable I was on my way out to find them. Too Hard to Handle is book 8 in the series the main characters Penni Depaul and Dan "The man" Currington have met previously before and the chemistry between them sizzled from the first time they met but unfortunately for them things couldn't progress then. Now Penni has came back to get her man.

When I think of bikers I automatically think of Sons of Anarchy, well the Black Knight's inc are so much more not really a motorbike gang but in fact a secret defence firm for the government. The missions they go on are dangerous and they are never sure what's going to happen. The banter between the four main characters in this book is what I liked the most I was laughing out loud and couldn't wait to see what would be said next. I am so glad Penni and Dan got their happy ending.

I would recommenced this book to anyone who was in need of a good laugh but also the thrill of not knowing what was coming next.

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