By Dee J. Adams
4 out of 5 Stars
I receive a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Danger Zone is an extremely well written, high energy, high octane novel that bring you along for a fast paced ride as you cheer for the hero and heroine, laugh, cry and wonder who is behind the sabotage that they keep facing.
Quinn Reynolds is a millionaire partner in a Formula One race car design company who is ready to sell the business, if he can get his older brother and partner to agree. In a last ditch effort to convince his brother, he flies to Los Angeles to meet with his brother while in the set of a movie being filmed about his sister-in-laws career as a race car driver.
Ellie Morgan is the stuntwoman who fills in for the star of the movie. Having been a stuntwoman for ten years, she has experienced both the highs and the lows that her career offer, but it is sitting behind the wheel of the racecar that Ellie finds, what she hopes to be, the next phase of her life. Ellie is held back, however, by a secret that only a few know about, something that could affect her future, permanently.
As with every good book, there needs to be conflict and poor Ellie and Quinn seem to have it in spades. The biggest conflict actually serves to help bring them closer together, as they try to figure out who is out to kill them, and why.
Did I enjoy this book? Yes! Definitely, yes. The story never lost its momentum throughout, keeping me in the story through the very end. Would I recommend this book? YES! If you are searching for a, “can’t put down, page turner” then come to the Danger Zone.