A brooding covert operative and a spunky CIA agent discover a burning passion in the next installment of Julie Ann Walker’s red-hot BKI series
Dagan Zoelner has made three huge mistakes
The first two left blood on his hands.
The third left him wondering…what if? What if he had told the woman of his dreams how he felt before his world fell apart?
Spitfire CIA agent Chelsea Duvall has always had a thing for bossy, brooding Dagan. It’s just as well that he’s never given her a second look, since she carries a combustible secret about his past that threatens to torch their lives...
“The heat between the hero and heroine is hotter than a firecracker lit on both ends... Readers are in for one hell of ride!” —RT Book Reviews for Hell for Leather 4_ Stars
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Fuel for Fire
Great build up. Read series in order. You.ll be invested in each character.
No Extra Fuel Needed
Reading this book was like rooting for the home team. It's about time Dagan and Chelsea made the move!!!! I started reading the BKI series when the first book was offered free through Bookbub. I was hooked! The guys are sexy. The women are strong. You can't help but root for them and impatient for the next installment. Thank you for such wonderful escapes.
This is book #10 in the Black Knights Inc. series. This book can be read as a standalone novel. To really appreciate the goodness that is BKI, I think the reader should read this series in order.
Dagan AKA "Z" is both a co-worker and frenemy with Chelsea. They have worked together in more than one company, and trust is important in their line of work. If only he can turn off the dreams he has about her.
Chelsea has been in love with Z for years. He has never known the part she has played in his past, either. Keeping secrets has gotten her no where. Maybe it is time to tell?
Under the BKI blanket, we always get a hot story, with a side of burnin' love. This one takes you over to the other side of the pond. With sexy accents, secrets, and a mystery to solve - this story unfolds quickly and satisfies with an HEA.