Title: Illicit Intent
Author: Debbie Baldwin
Release Date: January 1st, 2021
Page Count: 366
Start Date: August 1st, 2022
Finish Date: August 1st, 2022
Story: This is book two in the Bishop Security series. It’s a standalone series, but I read all four books in order. In a short amount of time. They were so good that I practically read each book in one sitting. This book follows Calliope and Tox. While this book does have some spice in it, the book isn’t centered around the spice. I loved every moment of it. It’s intense. It’s action-packed. It’s witty. Quite a few things I love in a good book.
Characters: I really loved Calliope, but in a lot of ways, I felt like I connected more with Tox. I was rooting for them getting together through the whole book.
Final Thoughts: Out of the four, this one was probably my favorite. It is a tough call. All four books were wonderful. I kind of want to be in this world. Especially around this crew. I know that danger would never come my way if I was. I really can’t wait to continue this series. Fully loved it! I can’t wait to find somebody who has also read these so that we can talk about them together.
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