EYE OF THE STORM
by Dee Davis

June 2006
ISBN: 0-373-77163-0
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Simone Sheridan comes home to find her brother-in-law Martin and divorce papers waiting for her. Martin is on spring break and he has come to spend some time with Simone while he is off. In addition to the divorce papers Simone gets a postcard from her past in the mail.


It seems her past life as a special ops agent has come back to haunt her. The postcard indicates D-9, the secret CIA operation Simone was a part of, is in danger. The members have been summoned to a pre-designated meeting place to decide how to best proceed.


As Simone prepares to pack up and run someone arrives intent on making this day her last. As gunshots are blazing and with her brother-in-law wounded, Simone and Martin make their escape via her husband's boat. Will they be able to outrun the danger?


Reece Sheridan arrives to move his boat to a new location only to find his home strangely empty and the boat missing. Suspecting something isnít right he summons the police. With no visible evidence of foul play the police dismiss his concerns and even suggest that Simone and Martin may have run off together.


Reece makes his way to the coupleís summerhouse and discovers his wife and brother there. Soon they are all on the run for their lives from someone from Simoneís past.


Dee Davis keeps the action high and the pace fast in her latest release Eye Of The Storm. Ms. Davis continues to give her readers the best in romantic suspense. Reece and Simone show unbelievable chemistry that will pull the reader into their story line and keep them riveted from first page to last. Martin Sheridan is an endearing character and adds much to the story line. Perhaps he may get a lead role in a future release by Miss Davis.


Eye Of The Storm is an exciting story that shows Ms. Davis at the top of her game and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. She is making her name synonymous with the best there is in romantic suspense. A worthy addition to her already stellar backlist, Eye Of The Storm delivers on all accounts.


Reviewed in May 2006 by Barbara.

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