USA Today bestselling author Megan Erickson turns up the heat in her sexy and thrilling Wired & Dangerous romantic suspense series.
Bodyguard Jock Bosh has one job: keep Fiona Madden safe. Safe from the men who've been hunting her. Safe from the bastard responsible for ruining her life. And with the attraction sizzling white-hot between them, that means keeping Fiona safe from him too.
Fiona has spent the past decade on the run. Her survival is the single greatest weapon she's had against the men out to destroy her. Until Jock. Now, with him by her side, she finally has a chance to bring them down. But when her enemies make their next move and Jock puts himself in the line of fire, Fiona realizes that there's more at stake than just her life-she's also risking her heart.
Available: July 31, 2018
The Wired & Dangerous series
Final Day (Available October 16, 2018)
This was the first book I've read by Megan Erickson and I hate to say it, but I wasn't impressed. I felt there was no character development. They were boring and stale. Darkest Night is the second book in The Wired and Dangerous series and I have absolutely no desire to go back and read the first book (Zero Hour) or the next book (Final Day) when it comes out.
I was bored with this book and the writing. I didn't feel ANY connection between these two characters. Jock/Jamison/J was a robot. Even after all the horrors that Fiona went through in her late teens/early twenties, I just didn't like her.
Rating: 2 out of 5
**I received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.**