Deadly Alliance: A Fortis/Purgatory Crossover Novel
By: Maddie Wade and India Kells
5 out of 5 stars
The story Deadly Alliance: A Fortis/Purgatory Crossover Novel by Maddie Wade and India Kells is an amazing crossover book that I absolutely loved reading. It is a book that hooked me in from the very beginning and I didn’t want to put down until I had read the final page. It has an atmosphere of suspense and mystery that kept me on the edge of my seat wondering what was going to happen next. It is a page turner that is action-packed. Both the Fortis and Purgatory covert agencies are working together on this case and it is one that includes danger at every turn. I loved reading about the characters of Shane Rhodes and Emme Wallace. This case is personal to Shane and he is determined to find the serial killer who murdered his best friend’s little sister. He is an agent that is calm under pressure and knows how the undercover game works. So when he is teamed up with Emme who he believes to be young and less experienced he at first finds it hard to trust her. Emme is a woman who has been chosen to be in the line of fire on this mission. She may be young however she has the confidence of her mentor and others. When Shane and Emme meet they both affect each other more than they will admit. She is a distraction and she finds him very attractive. They soon find a passion and connection between themselves. Will they admit to their feelings for each other or will they push each other away? Are these two soulmates that have found each other? A serial killer is on the loose. Will they be caught before more lives are taken? Read this story to find out. This is an amazing story that I highly recommend. It is wonderfully written and a pleasure to read. There are some steamy scenes that are included in this story that will make the temperature in the room rise. I enjoyed reading about the other characters that make up the Fortis and Purgatory teams and how they banter/interact with each other, Shane, and Emme. Don’t miss out on this book.