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- Print Length: 193 pages
- Publisher: InterMix (March 7, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 7, 2017
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M124U4J
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #728,857 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Live Wire (Nashville's Finest Book 2) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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I really enjoyed their story and how they came together again despite everything from their past. I can't wait for more in the series!!
The prequel was a good introduction to the main characters of this book and the surrounding cast of others who will get their story next. This book is written in a way that the reader isn't required to read the prequel so either way is fine though I think the impact of what goes down off page before this one starts and the impact of their first meet will mean more if the prequel came first.
So this story begins a few years after Chase Fisk is forced to leave the Army after a bomb blast kills the woman he loves. He was her instructor and her lover and he is full of grief and if onlys that keep him up at night and make him changed from the guy he was before. He, along with his best friends all work for Nashville PD and Chase is with the bomb squad. A tip about something suspicious at an old storage unit rental place leads his team to find plans for mass bombings in the city. The FBI is called in to assist as they work to hunt down the planners and stop the bombings. There is no way he could have seen it coming when Vivien walks back into his life as cool as can be pretending she barely knows him and working with the FBI.
Vivien Montgomery left the only man she would ever love behind thinking her dead and now her new assignment is right back there in the last place she wants to go. Chase Fisk looms larger than life and confronting him with her lies- even if she had no choice at first- is something she isn't sure she has the courage to face. But she needs to be there to help save many lives and yes, she needs to give Chase the truth and put him behind her if she can.
Alright, I wanted this one and I dreaded this one at the same time. The big, big thing of this book is the faked death element. Oh, there is a fantastic and intense suspense going on with mass-bombers and time running down to find them before the big Nashville Country Music events bring tons of people into danger. And there are some good light and fun scenes with the circle of friends and good detecting from the group as a whole. Nice balance between the romance and the suspense.
But yes, the big enchilada was Chase and Vivienne four years after her FBI ordered faked death moment that broke them apart. A grieving lover who you lied to and stayed away even when you could go back and give him the truth was making me uneasy. I was not team Vivien when this all started because I knew her 'death' broke Chase. Even if she had her reasons, four years of grief and suffering did not warm me to her own 'missing him and loving him' tune.
But I needed to know what would happen after she shows like a ghost from the past and what her explanation would be.
I will give this to the author. She created a viable explanation. That horse didn't run for me, but I think it was enough so I didn't toss the book aside prematurely.
The thing is that this was a romance that was never going to endear me to it completely- a lot of no-fault bad stuff and a couple human frailty moments and we have four years of misery for two people.
However, once it was over the rough ground, we were back to two fiery and strong people who had great chemistry and manage with a few shaky moments aside to really show up as mature communicating adults who partner well in life, in work, and in love.
The set up for the next book will shift the spotlight to another pair who are strong secondary characters and already have their characters drawn and some hints as to the action and romance. I'm eager to get their story too.
All in all, this one is for the win column. It won me over in spite of my early reservations and it left me excited for what is to come from the series. I'm tagging this one for the romantic suspense lovers out there.
I rec'd this book free.
Told from several third person perspectives including Chase and Vivien LIVE WIRE is a second chance story line for two people whose lives were destroyed four years earlier. Chase and Vivien were once in love but a training mission went horribly wrong leaving Chase grieving for the woman that called to his heart. Four years of PTSD, nightmares and longing found our hero face to face with the woman he thought had died-the death for which he blamed himself-and had been the focus of too many nightmares and horrific memories. A series of threats focusing on the Nashville Music Festival has the FBI and Nashville PD working together including Vivien Montgomery-an FBI specialist-who is desperate to make Chase understand what happened and why. What ensues is the rekindling romance between Chase and Vivien, and the hunt for the suspects in a potential attack against the city of Nashville, Tennessee.
The relationship between Chase and Vivien is one of second chances. In witness protection for close to two years Vivien was never allowed to contact the man that she loved, and more years would pass before Vivien was able to face the truth about how Chase’s life was destroyed four years earlier. Chase has never forgiven himself for the explosion that took the life of the woman he loved; nightmares and PTSD, along with an injury that could end his career have dogged Chase for too many years. The $ex scenes are intimate without the use of over the top sexually graphic language and text.
There are a large number of secondary and supporting characters including fellow police detectives and Chase’s roommates Aiden Gamble and his sister Annalise Gamble, Ethan Meadows and Luke Foster. There is a history between Luke and Annalise, one that pushes Luke out of Anna’s life.
LIVE WIRE focuses on the hunt for a potential killer, and the rekindling romance between Chase Fisk and Vivien Montgomery. The premise is suspenseful and entertaining; the characters are colorful and dynamic; the romance is a second chance at a happily ever after for two people who lost then found love-a second time around.