Jungle Inferno

Book 1 in the Phoenix Agency series.

Jungle Inferno was a book that totally pulled me in from the very first page. Once I started reading it I could not put it down.

Faith and Mark have an amazing connection. They have been best friends since they met. They never let anything come between them. Their telepathic communication was just another tie and connection for the two of them. This connection saves Mark's life when he gets captured and can only reach out to Faith. Because of what is going on the connection is not very strong and never lasts for long. That doesn't matter to Faith. She knows that Mark needs help and is going to do everything possible to save him.

The characters were great. I absolutely fell in love with them. Faith and Mark were really well written and so were all of the other characters. I was pulled into this story by the characters and the plot. I was never pulled out and I didn't want to leave. Once the story starts it pulls you in and never stops. I loved the plot line of the story. It never slows down but it doesn't go too fast either. The dialogue is great and interesting. The sex is hot and of course emotional. Most of it is imaginative because Mark is being held captive. It is descriptive but it never takes away from the story.

I can't wait for the next story to be written in this series. I would definitely recommend this story. I enjoyed it immensely.


Book Blurb for Jungle Inferno

For Faith and Mark, the telepathic connection they’d shared for years was nothing compared to the scorching physical connection they realized as adults. From the first moment they came together, “erotic” was too pale a word to describe their relationship. Together they explored each other’s deepest, darkest desires.

But now Mark, survivor of an ambush to his Delta Force team, is a prisoner of a terrorist group in the Peruvian jungle, and his telepathic communication with Faith is his only contact with the world. While she searches for help to save him, they survive on dreams that take them beyond all sexual boundaries.

Publisher’s Note: This story was previously published elsewhere under the title Always On My Mind and has been revised for Ellora’s Cave. 


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2011 5.00