Intimate Danger by Amy J. Fetzer
Contemporary Romance
ISBN: 0-7582-1655-6
Reviewed by Talia Ricci



Mike Gannon is a Special Ops soldier who was injured on a mission.  While recovering, he finds out that his team has been dispatched to the Peruvian jungles to find a top secret and deadly weapon.  However, no one has heard from them since.  Soldier first and foremost, Mike doesn’t care how injured he is, he is going to find his comrades and either rescue them or bring their bodies home.  There is just one thing standing in his way, and she is red headed and a spitfire.   

Clancy McRae is an inventor and not a happy camper.  Told to find a way to make a device to boost the performance of soldiers, Clancy is stunned to find out that what she created was implanted into four Marines without her knowledge.  Then, if that isn’t bad enough, no one has heard from them since they were sent on a mission to Peru.  Knowing the effects of her untried and untested device, Clancy has to find those men – even if she has to go to Peru herself.

Mike does not believe the wacky virago when she first tells him her story.  The longer he is around her, the more he believes.  Well, and the fact that someone wants her to be silenced…forever. 

If you are not a fan of suspense, edgy romance, and complete absorption in a plot, then Intimate Danger is not for you.  If you are, then grab a drink, sit back, and immerse yourself in this delightful addition to any bookshelf.  Intimate Danger kept me on pins and needles the entire time I was reading.  I thought Mike was loyal, sexy as hell, and everything a soldier in my mind should be.  Clancy was feisty and extremely smart, and she since she continuously surprised Mike throughout the entire book, exasperating comes to mind.  Their attraction for each other was evident pretty early in the book, but I really like how their romance was written.  Desperately they loved at times, and at others, the explored sensually. 

Intimate Danger is my first Amy J. Fetzer book.  I am now such a fan, I have to go back and read her previous works!


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