Black Hawke Down

Imogen is a captain in the Supernatural Unit of the British Army. She’s dedicated to her craft as a nature witch and is shocked when she is accused of a murder she didn’t commit. So she leaves behind her career and the man she loves to discover who is behind the attempt to have her eliminated.

Cameron Hawke wanted Imogen the minute he saw her and made sure he got her. Never mind it was against the rules. Desire and passion know no bounds. But now she’s been accused of murder and he, being an assassin for the same Unit as Imogen, is sent to eliminate her. Permanently. But can he when he finally sees her again? And what about her plot to buy herself some time so she can find the real culprit and threat to the supernatural community? She’s not the mole from Chaos, but someone in power is. Can they find that mole together?

Call me twisted, but the thought of a man who loves a woman being sent to assassinate her is kind of hot. I mean, who really thinks he can do it? The big strong man let’s himself (whether consciously or not) be restrained and at her mercy. When she realizes what she is doing and lets him go, he’s instantly on board with her out-there plan. What follows is a very erotic scene tinged with desperation and hope. I really enjoyed this story and especially liked the fairy tale ending. Even supernatural soldiers dream of a happily ever after.

Book Blurb for Black Hawke Down

Nature witch, Captain Imogen Williamson, is on the run, blamed for a murder she didn't commit, hunted by the Supernatural Unit of the British Army desperate to keep quiet the secret Imogen's discovered. She knows it won't be long before she's found, but doesn't suspect it will be Major Cameron Hawke—Iron Warlock and ex-lover—who'll be the first to find her.

Hawke thinks she's defected to Chaos and knows he's got to put aside his feelings for her so he can complete his mission, but a moment of weakness makes him falter. Captured and restrained like an animal, he finds himself at Imogen's mercy. He thinks it's only his life at stake, but when Imogen tells him getting pregnant is her only way of staying alive—and he's going to help her whether he likes it or not—he soon realizes his self respect and dignity might be on the way out too . . . . 

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2011 3.75