Friday, October 18, 2013

Cross Point

Title:  Cross Point
Author:  Laurie Roma
Publisher:  Siren BookStrand
Publisher URL:  www.sirenbookstrand.com
ISBN/BIN: 978-1-62740-535-5
Genre:  {M/F/M}, Suspense, Series
Rating:  4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer:  Amazon Nymph

Trinity thinks she is retired from IAD, but she keeps getting dragged back by doing favors for her friends and family.  Jackson and Maxwell both fall for her and Trinity finds she can’t choose between them. 

Cross Point, the latest addition in the IAD Agency series, is also part of the Sunset Point series and is an interesting blend and concept of having an island home that caters to luxury and alternate relationships.  Not only are there the usual relationship problems but the suspense, once Trinity gets to Sunset Point, keeps your interest.

I loved Trinity.  She is the typical female agent in IAD with her looks making her very deceptive to people.  She is brash, confident and has a slight venerability that someone has to be very perceptive to see as most people don’t look past the surface.  Both Jackson and Maxwell notice, but the men sometimes forget, then have to apologize for doing so, because it has caused their lady pain.

The three of them have some great chemistry and burn the pages up.  There are some glitches as both men have a problem sharing, but Trinity doesn’t let them get away with trying to one up each other. 

I did have to laugh at some of Trinity’s friends, especially when they show up.  As readers of the IAD Agency series know, every time an agent falls in love, some show up to make sure everything is okay and to help out with any situation they have gotten embroiled in.  I do have to laugh at some of the aftermath with local law enforcement when they find out they are dealing with IAD.  The Chief of Police’s reaction was priceless. 

While readers don’t need to read this series in order, I recommend that it be read in order.  Some references have some direct bearings on some of the stories, but not enough to get a reader lost.  I am looking forward to reading the next one.

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