5 of 5 "Lips" from Ms. Romantic Reads (msromanticreads.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/review-christine-m-fairchild-an-eye-for-danger/)
I don't know whether to hug my Kindle close tomy chest or fling it across the room. An Eye For Danger was exciting, thrilling,swoon worthy, and had me biting my nails and gasping in anger or surprise frombeginning to end. The suspense portion of the story with all the evasivemaneuvers while the hero and heroine are running for their lives made me thinkof The Pelican Brief. I spent all day reading this book and only reluctantly putit down long enough to make dinner... (more at (msromanticreads.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/review-christine-m-fairchild-an-eye-for-danger/) ... As for the story as a whole, I can only attribute my raptattention on page after page to the fantastic dialogue and writing skills of MsFairchild. The dialogue witty, sarcastic, caustic, emotional, but theconversations never stalled. Descriptions of situations or the world around themwere filled with details, sights, sounds, smells. I also loved the fact that Icould never put my finger on who was good or bad. The game kept changing, tauntsand hints were dropped that made me constantly change alliances. The author alsoknows how to write really twisted villains. I'll just say there was a scenetowards the end that made my heart pound. This story was an emotional rollercoaster, but one I'd gladly hop on again for the thrill of the ride. If you lovereading romantic suspense with an edge, you won't want to pass this bookup.
Disclaimer: I received a review copy from the author in exchange foran honest review.