Friday, March 8, 2013

Under the Gun by Hannah Jayne

UDA is Sophie's employer and she enjoys working there.  At least she did until someone she thought was dead shows up alive on her doorstep.  She knows if she admits he's around, they'll hunt him down and probably kill him.  The worst part is that she can't lie; her face gives her away...

Kensington sent me an ARC of this book to review (thank you).  It was published in February so you can get a copy at your local bookstore now.

The Underworld Detection Agency Chronicles are urban fantasy tales with paranormal creatures of all types: angels, vampires, werewolves and more.  Sophie is in love with an angel but knows it won't work out because he's immortal and she's not.  And now she's hiding a friend that werewolf hunters are after.  She knows he's not the one killing the humans.  At least she thinks she does.  Lying to Alex isn't working, Pete is acting a bit funny, and trying to find out who contracted the hit on Pete is difficult. 

The story is full of action and I didn't expect to find to find the enemy where he was located.  This is a nice twist to the tale setting up the need for damage control both in the agency and in her relationship with Alex.  The next book in the series should be interesting, too.  You won't be bored reading these books, Ms. Jayne entertains you.

Happy reading.  

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