Arctic Fire (Fortis Security Series Book #6) by Maddie Wade – Review by Angela Hayes

Arctic Fire (Fortis Security, #6)Arctic Fire by Maddie Wade
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Arctic Fire is the sixth book in the Fortis Security series by Maddie Wade. Just when you think the series couldn’t get any better, Ms. Wade goes and pulls this out of her hat and blows the others out of the water. I love this series so much, and each book seems to outdo the one before it- but Arctic Fire is my firm favourite out of the series so far. It could be read as a standalone, but I really recommend reading the previous books to get a real feel for the series and characters, plus they are each superb stories as well. This has special ops, undercover ops, action, danger, drama, second chances, and romance. There really is so much going for this story that you really should discover all the details for yourself, I am sure you won’t be disappointed.
Roz Maklovoi is the leader of ‘Zenobi’, which is a highly skilled and deadly group of female assassins. She has come so far, especially since enduring the traumatic events of her past, the likes of which would have broken most other people and left them a shell of their former selves. But not Roz, she used her trauma and became strong, determined and deadly. But, as the life of a loved one is threatened, Roz discovers that the one responsible for her anguish has resurfaced- so she embarks on a dangerous solo mission that will test her skills and her mettle.
Kanan Phillips (K) is a bit of a lone wolf who has a past connection to Roz that he’s never been able to let go or forget. So, when these two are brought together again, he’s determined to protect her and not lose her again. What happened to Roz all those years ago? What is her connection to Kanan? How will this mission play out? Will they fulfill the mission?
Another incredible read from Ms. Wade and a brilliant addition to a superb series! I love the sneak peak at the end of the story….. I can’t wait for the next book!

Thank you, Ms. Wade!


Reviewed by @angelahayes

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