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Agent I1: Tristan (The D.I.R.E. Agency Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Rachel Monroe is the sister of Tristan's friend, Aiden. She;s getting married to douchebag of the century Cord, as he has promised to pay off her late fathers medical bills! Tristan was asked to help scrap the wedding and almost succeeds. The wedding is called off and he teleports her away from the mayhem which ensues. They initially butt heads but things quickly become hot and heavy.
I loved the plot twists, the romance, Tristan's struggles to settle into his new abilities. The background stories involving their parents, friends ( I loved Ben) and co-workers are great and it gets real messy real fast. I love to have a bad guy to root for and Naylor is bad in spades!!!!!!
I did think Rachel was a bit too sweet and naive and ready to run at the least provocation but other than that I thought it was great and I am already enjoying book 2, featuring Aiden.
Being the only man in the world that is able to become invisible, and teleport, has its disadvantages, as D.I.R.E agent, Tristan, finds out when his best friend, Aidan, asks him to help stop his sister's wedding. Rachel is all set to marry Cody, but not for love, rather in order to get her family's debt paid off after the death of her father. Whisked away from her wedding to a tropical island by Tristan, Rachel trys not to fall for the mysterious and seemingly aloof Tristan. But when he whisks her off to see the sights of Europe for the night to cheer her up, she begins to find it harder and harder to resist him...
The concept behind this book was what attracted me to it. Super heroes but with powers granted to them by science (placing the D.I.R.E Agency series firmly in the science fiction genre as opposed to paranormal or urban fantasy) and I wasn't disappointed! It was pulled off in such a way that it made the science seem possible, but yet didn't quite lose the magic that would be associated with such powers. And on top of that, there was the promise of even more interesting things to come from the Agency!
I'm now going to do something slightly unusual and I'm going to speculate! More specifically these are my thoughts on Cassandra, a character who seemed very much side lined and was made to seem unimportant. But I have this feeling that she is going to become important, and I think she has the potential to become the main antagonist. I could of course be completely wrong about that!
Something quite noticeable about this book, on reflection anyway, was the small size of the cast, particularly for a book this length.Read more ›
Now, don't misunderstand me. I'm not necessarily saying it was a bad book. I'm sure we've all read those books that we don't love, but we don't hate either. They're like cotton candy—a shot of sweetness that you can only savour for a moment and then leaves very little memory of itself. Yep, that's what this book was like.
Seeing the emotionless Tristan become attached to someone was nice. The fact that Rachel wasn't a complete pushover was appreciable. Her ultra-protective brother was fun. There were plenty of 'aww' moments and the sex was pretty mild.
However, quite a lot of the plot was just skimmed over or just plain unbelievable. For example, I'm still unsure why Aidan called Tristan to guard Rachel in the first place, other than that he disliked her fiancé. That seems a little extreme. As far as I can tell there was no actual risk to Rachel that Aidan would have been trying to protect her against.
There is also a lot of history between the older generation of characters that isn't explored. The science isn't well explained. And the romance is lightning fast.Read more ›
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Good story , little deflating at some points, but over all quite good story, look forward to Dire 2, they should of shielded his wrist band from electricity to start with and... Read morePublished 21 months ago by David Cavanagh
I have enjoyed reading the book unfortunately some of the book is missing and I couldn't finish the story and left wondering how it is going to finishPublished on 14 Mar. 2015 by Margaret F.
For a first time author Joni creates a unique and brilliant world which exists just within our own, an agency of "super heroes" protecting us without any one knowing! Read morePublished on 26 Dec. 2014 by JED
One of those books you are glad you found. Another good author that can tell a good story. The book flows easily and the characters are all true individuals. Read morePublished on 19 Sept. 2014 by Al D.
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