Review: Under Fire


USSS Special Agent Zane Thacker has landed his dream assignment protecting the president of the United States. When the president plans a fundraiser at the exclusive estate of a political supporter in Raleigh, Zane is thrilled to be working again with Special Agent Tessa Reed, his best friend–and the woman he desperately wishes could be more.

Though Tessa almost lost everything, she battled her demons and came out on the other side healthy and healed. But when her role as the liaison between the Raleigh office and the president’s protective detail wrenches her past back into the present, her greatest failure threatens to come to light.

Zane refuses to let Tessa go through this alone. But can he stand by the woman he loves and protect the president from a mounting threat at the same time?

Sparks fly as award-winning romantic suspense writer Lynn H. Blackburn closes out her Defend and Protect series with this explosive tale of secrets kept, lies exposed, and relationships restored.

Rating: 5-stars


Under Fire by Lynn H. Blackburn brings us, readers, the reason into the tension that was felt between two team secret service agents, Zane and Tessa. Tessa is going through issues of her own which is introduced in this last novel of the series. Zane is the agent who helped her get her feet back on track. Ever since then, she feels smothered. Tessa feels like Zane is trying to control her life’s movements even when he is far away. The instant attraction between them is hard not to miss. Only due to Zane’s previous experiences with what Tessa struggles with daily and the fact that he’s trying to put her health before his desires. Zane feels nothing but heat and passion for the fiery yet skilled female secret service agent. Their team teases them both about it. Zane and Tessa’s professionalism and romance is tested when someone is out to get her. Zane is one alpha male when it comes to the woman he loves.

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