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Kit Foster's world had crumbled and worst of all it was a deep betrayal from family that caused it. Needing to get away from it all she decides a week in the woods would help her get her barrings back and decide where she is going to start over. Kit is a hoot – she is a foul mouth take charge kinda girl. She is also a very cautious one after the betrayal of her family and doesn't know what to make of this man who fell from the sky.
Mick Harris works for DAG, and was on a mission that went wrong. Last thing he remembers is being in Chicago and now he is waking up in a forest in North Carolina and being told by a woman he was thrown out of a helicopter. Nick is from Great Britain where he worked undercover until he was taken prisoner and tortured which left him with an interesting PTSD issue. It was while he was in said prison camp he was recruited by DAG (they have interesting ways of finding new recruits..)
Mick and Kit get close during their trek out of the woods where she returns to DC with him for debriefing. Lots more suspense ensues along with us meeting the whole gang who works for DAG.
This debut had it all - action, humor, romance, suspense, and angst. Looking forward to the next book.
I liked that this book started off right away, you were introduced to Kit with a little background on why she was out in the woods alone and then bam she sees Mick being thrown out of a helicopter and from there the story keeps up a good pace and moves along nicely. I must admit that even with the fast pace I was surprised Kit was into sleeping with Mick in less than 24 hours of knowing him, especially when he is kind of shady. Of course to each their own :-).
I thought it was cute how protective of her he became and how he would slowly let her work on his fear of taking a shower and that he wanted to do it for her. I thought it was still a fast moving relationship with them but it was still cute how he asked her to stay with him and then would show her around DC when he could. I like that the story did not keep her in the dark for long, she found out who he was and what he did and she was okay with it.
The book had action, humor, romance, and even some violent parts. However, it was well put together and the story is still positive and a fun read. It was somewhat typical of a romance in the since that they get together he lies to say he doesn’t care and then they get back together. However, I thought it had a good way of going about it. I like that even when she was in hiding one of Mick’s friends was looking out for her and that when they were together again it was hard for them to deny that they were still crazy about each other. I also like that the book deals with real life problems throughout it like the PTSD that Mick has from being tortured and also the assault that happens with Kit, they are handled in a respectful manner and it flows with the story.
I thought overall I enjoyed reading the book, it had a good pace, the characters were well developed, there was humor, romance, and action, it kept me wondering what was going to happen. I thought the writing was well done.