Joni Hahn delivers another thrilling, edge-of-your-seat read in second book of her D.I.R.E. Agency series
In Agent E2: Aidan, D.I.R.E. Agency Book Two, Hahn tells the story of Rachel's brother Aidan and Cassandra Naylor, the daughter of the arch-enemy of the D.I.R.E. Agency. I won't go into a lot of details about her as some may be spoilers for book one, however she has a twin brother (d'Artagnan known as "Dar") and it's clear that she is constantly trying to seek her father Robert's approval.
Aiden and she meet while she's trying to sneak in and out of somewhere she shouldn't be. And when he tries to restrain her, she retaliates in a way that finds and hits his greatest weakness. This all happens within the first few pages of the book and just like book one, the story is packed with suspense, twists, turns, and unbelievably beautiful moments between Aidan and Cass.
Soon Cass' loyalties - a choice between her family or Aiden - are drawn into question and their relationship seems severed as a result. I won't go into more detail here, but would suggest you do a little reading up on The Theory of Relativity. (Just kidding, you don't have to…but you just may want to!) Hahn's imaginative plot, the way she weaves multiple story lines throughout the book, and the secondary characters she introduces are fascinating. By the end of the of book two, I was left literally on the edge of my seat and couldn't resist the lure of book three!
In conclusion, I'd recommend that you add Joni Hahn's D.I.R.E. Agency series to your bookshelf. I'm adding it my permanent one as this is a series I anticipate going back to reread in the future. And yes, I still want a date like Tristan gave Rachel - hopping city to city across the globe in one magical evening!
Joni Hahn's D.I.R.E. Agency series is a MEGA five star must-read. Be prepared to stay up all night to finish it!
*Please note that the original review encompassed all three books in the trilogy. This review has been abstracted from that. To read the original go to:
Fab Fantasy Fiction: http://www.fabfantasyfiction.com/2014/01/jonihahn-review-direagency.html
I received a copy of this book from the author for use in this review.