Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Blue Knight

Title: Blue Knight
Author: Tracy Cooper-Posey
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
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ISBN: 9781419930515
Genre: {M/F} Suspense
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Goddess Minx

As a member of the diplomatic corps, Olivia Davenport is in Vistaria to see if the country should become part of the United Nations and instead becomes one of the hostages caught in the middle of a war. One night while avoiding the innsurretor guards, Daniel slips into Olivia’s room. She’s surprised and angry that he chooses her room to hide in, because she knows he is a womanizer. She realizes that she must let him know her true feelings for him and that she may never see him again when he leaves.

Daniel Alejandro Castellano y Medina, also known as the Nemesis, is a Major in the Vistarian Army and he has gone deep undercover as a member of the Intelligence Unit. He is there to find out as much information as possible before reporting back to his superiors, regarding the status of the innsurrcertos. Daniel is also held captive as one of the diplomats and doing his best to protect Olivia from herself, because she is so headstrong.

This is the third book in the Guns and Lovers series and just as interesting at the first two books. Blue Knight reveals a lot of information about its characters, who are being held against their will and tortured for information by the leader of the Innsurrectos.

I really loved Olivia because she kept the group of diplomats together and showed courage when the time came to stand up to the leaders of the innsurrectos. She ended up helping more than the others in the group would ever know and that she was willing to sacrifice her life for them.

Daniel seemed to want to show that he didn’t care for anyone, but Olivia is the one who changed him. He is very much the spy and the name Nemesis suited him well because of his ability to travel throughout the hotel, where they were being held. In the end he had to acknowledge his deep emotions and make amends with his family.

Ms. Cooper-Posey really did a great job with her well-plotted story and she kept me reading, wanting to reach the end to find out how the ending would unfold. I was not disappointed, and look forward the next book in the series, White Dawn.

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