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The ranch is about miles west of Austin. I generally mark those books down. I am giving Attracted to Fire a 4 star.

Smacked a couple of agents in the face. She was fortunate to be on the Vice-President’s detail once and even thwarted an assassination attempt.

Attracted To Fire September 1 3 Aug 10, It’s a fast-paced story where no one can be trusted and anyone might end up dead. Not only does Ash begin to change his mind about her value to the team but begins to view her in an even more personal light. Lindsay had so many opportunities to dinan herself.

Attracted to Fire

The characters were memorable. Lindsay realizes her choices had destroyed any dreams of having the life she longed to live. Here it seems “Christian” novel means a bandaid God, no sex scenes, but still way to much kissing given the nature of their relationship and the different stages its in.

Mystery, murder, and friction with a reconciliation and forgiveness theme.


Great read Could not put it down!!!! Now all the agents need to do is make sure that while Lindsey is under going treatment for her addictions that they keep her safe as tp.

Ash has a reputation for being critical and exacting, and he’s also after the same promotion as Meghan. Meghan, Ash and Lindsey all overcome their preconceived notions and grow to like and respect each other.

Jun 25, Leona rated it really liked it.

The daughter is also a drug and alcohol addict and is struggling with withdrawals. Just when I thought it couldn’t get better, it did. A plausible story line for this day b time when so many in government are not the trustw Secret Service Agent Meghan Connors is assigned to guard the rebellious drug and alcohol addicted daughter of the Vice President of attdacted United States. I especially enjoyed the dialogue between Ash and Meghan and the other agents. At first you’re trying to figure out who the bad guy is and then, after you figure out who it is, you want to yell at the Secret Service agents to hurry and figure it out as the body count rises.

I’m not sure why, but I suddenly cared about the characters. I was mostly annoyed by their attraction to each other. Personal opinion because I can picture it more. Ash feels that a women should never be allowed to work for the Secret Service since they are simply too big of a distraction to completing any mission.

After the vice president’s rebellious daughter is threatened, Meghan is assigned to her protective doann on a secluded ranch in West Texas. I look forward to reading more books by this author! Suspense, mystery, and romance make it a worthwhile read. Lindsay is a drug addict and alcoholic. The gospel message was presented in such a real way. Does she really know what is going on or just imagining things? When Lindsey Hall’s outrageous behavior causes more than a few political feathers to get ruffled, her father, the Vice President of the United States, seeks to millls her committed to rehab once and for all.


Attracted to Fire by DiAnn Mills

What a great book. Back cover copy Only one assignment stands between Special Agent Meghan Connors and her dream of protecting the president.

Meghan wrapped her fingers around the loop of her coffee cup and walked out onto a patio filled with umbrella tables and chairs. Somebody is responsible for all the trouble and nobody can trust anybody.

Well written with a good clean message. No sharing of the grief, no talk of shocked faces around the room. It seemed incredibly flat. Also, I’m really tired of “Christian” books where God only makes an appearance.