Three months after rescuing Olivia Wolfe from danger, Aegis Security operative Landon Miller still can’t stop thinking about her, even though she’s off-limits in every way possible. Knowing he’s leaving Aegis and returning to the DIA soon, Landon decides it’s time for their flirty online relationship to end. But Olivia can’t stop thinking about Landon, either. On a whim, she takes a leave of absence from her teaching job to surprise him in Barcelona—and arrives to find a sexy redhead in his hotel room.
Things aren’t always what they seem, though. Landon’s would-be one-night stand is really a member of the Red Brotherhood, a terrorist group targeting Landon for information on a lethal bioweapon. And now Olivia is unwittingly ensnared in their deadly plot, too. Forget escaping emotionally unscathed; Olivia just wants to make it home alive. Yet to survive, she’ll have to put her trust in the very man who not only broke her heart, but whose lies now threaten both their lives.
Lethal Consequences was a great follow-up to Extreme Measures, especially since it involves Eve’s sister, Olivia. The relationship between Landon and Olivia was inevitable, and pretty much forbidden. Aren’t those the best kind? 😉
There was just as much danger, action and suspense in Lethal Consequences as there was in Extreme Measures. At first it may have seemed like overkill to put Olivia in mortal danger once again, but it kind of proved a point to Landon. He needed to stay as far away as possible from Olivia to keep her safe.
Olivia was sick and tired of everyone treating her like she was made of glass. She wanted to prove to both Landon and her sister that she could think, act and take care of herself. Of course, that caused her to put herself in more danger than necessary more than once, but it also kept Landon close.
I liked the interactions between the characters and the twists and turns. My opinion changed about more than one character before the end of the story. It also made me want to get to know a couple of characters even better.
The only complaint I have is that things seemed to wrap themselves up a little too quickly at the end, but since this is one book in a series I can handle that. I’m sure that this isn’t the last that we’ll see of Olivia and Landon. I have my own opinion about whose story should be featured in the third installment. Regardless, I can’t wait to see where the Aegis Security series takes readers next.