This is a menage romance that’s sort of dark but not really, I’m not sure how else to describe it. There’s suspense and intrigue but there’s also a triad newly wed and all three are struggling with their new roles. This book got off to a slow start for me, despite the explosive action, and I just couldn’t relate to these characters at all. No matter how hard I tried, I just couldn’t keep turning the pages so I stopped and started a lot with this book, which is highly unusual for me.
This is a standalone in the popular Masters’ Admiralty series so I expected to be pulled in right away, but this story just didn’t do it for me.
I received an ARC from Social Butterfly PR in exchange for an honest review.
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When a bomb goes off at their arranged marriage wedding reception, Gabriella Torres is left wondering who exactly she just married. This might have been an assassination attempt aimed at her new husband Vicente, the security minister for Castile. Or maybe the bomb was meant for her other new husband Emiliano, a politician with dangerous enemies.
Either way, the get-to-know-you honeymoon is on hold as Gabriella, Vicente and Emiliano race against the clock to find the deadly bombers—and figure out which of them has secrets so dangerous that the bomber just might strike again.
Suspicion’s Fire is a menage romantic suspense. It can be read as a standalone or enjoyed as part of the ongoing Masters’ Admiralty series.