Review – Live Wire (Nashville’s Finest #1) by Caisey Quinn

March 8, 2017 Review 0

Review – Live Wire (Nashville’s Finest #1) by Caisey Quinn

HE’S NOT AFRAID OF ANYTHING…

Explosive ordinance disposal specialist Chase Fisk never breaks a sweat defusing even the most complicated of explosives. So when a homicidal maniac threatens to set off military-grade IEDs during Nashville’s largest music festival, Chase is the man to take him down. But with the reappearance of a woman he thought was long dead, everything he thought he knew is blown away.

EXCEPT LOSING HER AGAIN.

FBI operative Vivien Montgomery is an enigma to everyone around her. So when a deadly threat lands her in Nashville and paired up with the only man she’s ever loved, she isn’t looking forward to an emotional reunion. She’s only here to get the job done and get out. But when the madman behind the chaos targets her for death, the one man she left behind might be the only person she can count on to save her life...

Title: Live Wire
Author: Caisey Quinn
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Leaving Amarillo
Series: Nashville's Finest
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Lit Fuse
Published by Intermix
Source: Publisher
Published: March 7th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 193
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Finally! After reading the Prequel to this series, I was DYING to find out what the heck was going to happen to these two.

Chase has been haunted for four years. He’s been having reoccurring nightmares about the day he watched Viv blow up when he was her CO. Although he’s tried to get over her, drunken nights and one night stands just couldn’t cut through the love he had for Viv. And suddenly…..BAM! What’s that? Is his mind playing tricks on him? Nope. Viv is back from the dead and boy oh boy is there hell to be paid.

Viv lost everything. She was forced to go undercover with the FBI not only to save her parents, but to save Chase. Even after she was given the “all clear” to return to her life, staying away from Chase seemed to be the logical thing to do. Until she’s forced to take a job that puts her directly in contact with him, having to face everything that she’s been trying not to feel. And as angry as Chase is with her, she’s just as sad and confused, because those feelings are still stronger than ever.

Despite the fact that this story involves these two rekindling old flames, there’s a pretty good story about a terror attack that needs to be dissolved. Chase and Viv are forced (at first) to work with each other in order to uncover a plot to blow up downtown Nashville. Once these two figure their demons out, they work seamlessly together. We even get to see more of those hunky roommates, Luke and Aiden. Everyone pulls together and works with each other to close the case, and the process of it all had me intrigued. Now I’m just chomping at the bit to get to Luke and Annalise’s story.

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