I saw Free Falling by S.E. Jakes in my list of ebooks and thought ‘yeah, I’ll read me some Tom and Prophet’…make that Mick and Blue. I’ve read this before and yet I can’t remember it. I always remember books I’ve read – or so I thought. And it’s not that I don’t enjoy it, so I really should remember it.
Mick is a former CIA agent working for EE and Blue is a thief. Things turn tricky when Blue is drugged by drinking from a glass meant for Mick. There are bad guys, drugs, and then there is Prophet – you got to love Prophet, it’s a rule.
When I went to check what books I had read by S.E. Jakes I realised that one, they were more than I thought, and two, there are others I don’t remember. What’s up with that?! For example, I remember Mal and Cillian from Prophet and Tom’s adventures but I can’t remember having read their story…apparently I have.
If you like stubborn men who are a lot more emotional they want to let on, who kill bad guys and make stuff explode, you should read the books in the EE Ltd. Universe.
Sometimes falling in love is the most dangerous thing of all.
Blue is a thief who lives for adrenaline and danger. And when he meets Mick, a mercenary, he’s hit with a buzz of attraction like the rush of a high-rise job without a safety rope. But after making plans to get together, Mick leaves him hanging, and Blue vows never again.
A year later, Mick watches helplessly as Blue stumbles into the middle of one of Mick’s jobs. Risking his cover and their lives, Mick saves Blue and cares for him as he recuperates, but neither man has any idea how to handle the intimacy this forces them into.
Once Blue is safe, Mick redoubles his efforts to take down the drug lord responsible — and disappears. Blue goes after him, determined to return the favor and rescue the man he loves, no matter the cost.