Dangerous Games: (O'Connor & Kincaid Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This book hit the ground running, and I never caught my breath again. Tess Diamond had my heart pounding cover to cover! The character development is great, with a well written, exciting, heart pounding storyline that flows very smoothly. The author did a fantastic job with all the twisty layers to keep my on my toes, and that cliff hanger ending almost killed me! The next part can't come quickly enough for me! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
Here's the deal. Maggie isn't actually an FBI agent - she left the agency two years ago after a hostage situation ended badly. However, she could get her job back if she wanted but she doesn't exactly like being confined to the rules, (she prefers to rely on her gut instinct and logic) so returning doesn't feel like an option for her.
However, when her FBI mentor approaches her about the Senator's daughter, she hesitates about jumping right in. Because thanks to her own life experiences, she cannot ignore a case surrounding the missing teen and she just needs to help. She takes finding the girl very seriously and as you get to know Maggie, you will understand why.
It's at this point that you're introduced to a whole bunch of characters from previous co-workers to ex-fiancés. One man stands out and completely distracts Maggie's attention - Jake O’Connor. He is an ex-special forces that works for Senator and even though he doesn't immediately agree with her initial conclusions, their relationship (both professionally and romantically) develops quickly.
And I was captivated by it all. The storyline. The romance. Page after page is filled with enticing moments of suspense and seduction. Maggie and Jake are intriguing characters who I'm looking forward to getting to know better as the series continues.Read more ›
kidnapped at young teenagers .. her sister did not survive. Those memories
never leave Maggie and when she lost her kidnap victim two years ago, she
couldn't handle the stress and resigned her position.
A Senator's daughter has been abducted and Maggie's mentor, Frank, has more or
less black-mailed her into coming back ...just for this one case. Reluctantly
giving in, she runs into Jake O'Connor, ex-military personal protection for the
As the investigation goes further, she can't help but feel that something is
'off'. She feels the Senator knows more than he's telling ... and Jake agrees
I really like the relationship between Maggie and Jake. There's attraction
there, but both are professional enough to understand that personal
relationships take a back seat from getting the victim back ... Both Maggie
and Jake are take-charge people, so there's a bit of head-butting here and
The Senator reminds me of most politicians ... more concerned with his job and a
possible run at the White House. He's hiding something... but what? Drinking,
gambling, another woman?
I'm going to stop there .. to go further I'd have to toss in a spoiler and I
don't want to do that. Be warned .... there is a huge cliffhanger. And I can't
wait to get my hands on the next series book!
My thanks to the author who furnished a digital copy in exchange for an honest,
The story begins when Maggie Kincaid is recruited to help with the investigation into the kidnapping of a senator's teenage daughter. Maggie was formerly with the FBI but had wit a couple of years previously due to a negotiation that went wrong. She blamed herself, and after surviving a kidnapping as a child, she couldn't deal with her failure to bring a victim home. She never wanted to be involved in that type of situation again, but with medical issues making recovering the victim even more urgent, she wasn't able to refuse.
Despite facing ridicule from former co-workers, stonewalling by the victim's father, and the cocky interference of Jake O'Connor, Maggie doggedly pursues answers. Without giving too much away, I will just say that I enjoyed the chemistry between Jake and Maggie, especially when he was trying to get a rise out of her. The story was well written and gave just enough details to draw you into the story but also keep you guessing. It did end with a pretty decent cliffhanger, but my understanding is that book two will follow close behind this one. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The perfect blend of intrigue and sexual tension. Maggie has a history with kidnapping, the reason she makes the perfect agent for this case. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anima Giraldez
I keep getting told 20 more words are required. I don't know what else to write other than I like the series.Published 4 months ago by Lorna
Ex FBI Special Agent Maggie Kincaid was one of the top hostage negotiators until a situation went badly wrong and a hostage was lost. Read morePublished 6 months ago by CathyR
Dangerous Games, by Tess Diamond, is a well-written fast paced romantic suspense thriller that had me hooked from page one. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Wendy Catalano, C
This book is full of smart suspense that had me captivated. Maggie has balls. Her take no prisoners attitude works both in her position as former FBI Agent as well as in life. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Heather / Obsessed With Myshelf
I was captivated by this novel. From the moment Maggie sees Frank. Can't wait to read more! Cudos to Tess Diamond!Published 7 months ago by AC2BookBlog
If you enjoyed the Fatal Series by Marie Force I think you will enjoy this series.
The Senators only child, 14 year old daughter Kayla, is kidnapped and no one knows where she... Read more
It's a cliffhanger!! Now I have to continue on with Book 2 to see just how far the kidnapper will force the negotiators to get what he wants at the possible expense of a young... Read morePublished 8 months ago by C. R. Koeck