Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Book Review: Julie Miller - Crossfire Christmas

Today I will be reviewing 'Crossfire Christmas' by Julie Miller, copy received from Netgalley via Harlequin in exchange for an honest review.

'Crossfire Christmas' is a romantic suspense novel, it is 224 pages long and it took me about three hours to read. It is #23 in the 'The Precinct' all written by Julie Miller, 'Crossfire Christmas' is the 250th book that Julie has published in her writing career. It is available at Amazon (Kindle) for $3.79, and at Barnes and Noble (NOOK Book) for $3.99 .

Book Stats

Genre:  Romantic Suspense

Length: 224 pages

Publisher: Harlequin

Release Date: November 1, 2014

Book Synopsis:
With his life bleeding out from bullet wounds and a car crash, Charles Nash's best option is to kidnap the innocent nurse who stops to help him. At gunpoint, the jaded DEA undercover agent offers Teresa Rodriguez a desperate deal: if she keeps him alive long enough to find out who's blown  his cover and set him up to die, she'll be home for Christmas.

As the two go on the run from an unknown killer, the Good Samaritan gives Nash a bad case of  unprofessional desire. He's drawn to the sexy little spitfire for her bravery, boldness and attitude. But how can he count on kissing her under the mistletoe when so many enemies are working to ensure they don't make it to the holiday's?

What Did I Think? 4 Stars

Like: Short sex scenes.
Dislike: Nothing.

Would I recommend it?

Yes, I would recommend 'Crossfire Christmas', it was full of suspense, action, and romance, a.k.a. all my favorite things! It does have a couple of love scenes and mild language, so if that's not your thing you might wanna skip over it.

 I've never read any of Julie's books, but I would be interested in reading more from her and 'The Precinct'!

Throughout the story I wasn't sure who the 'mole' was, there were a few names mentioned, but I never suspected the person it turned out to be. Here recently I haven;t really been interested in reading books with lots of sex scenes, I don't mind them, but here lately I prefer more suspense, action and romance, without having to go into gory details! This books sex scenes were easy to skin over, it was one page and it was over, so I was happy with that.

Favorite quote from the book: "Seriously Nash? You need to stop getting shot. You should just ask me out on a date."

Overall, I loved the book and would definitely read more from The Precinct series!

Thank you Harlequin via Netgalley for providing me with this book in exchange for an honest review!
Will you be buying this book? Let me know below!

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