Review: Agent N6: Dylan by Joni Hahn

Agent N6: Dylan by Joni Hahn
Series: D.I.R.E. Agency Series (# 6)
Release Date: July 31, 2015
Publisher: self published
Pages: 168
Source: book provided by the author for review



Agent N6: Dylan McCall

• Third generation Marine
• Mongolian prison survivor

• Nanorobotics
Third generation Marine Dylan McCall has only one goal in mind: revenge. Armed with a new, scientific enhancement, he won’t rest until he destroys Cyrus Matheson’s plans.

Geneticist Teague Hamilton wants nothing more than a healthy baby of her own. Raised in a girls’ home, she knows Cyrus’s genetic engineering technology is her only chance at gaining the family she wants.

Dylan can’t get enough of D.I.R.E.’s confident, sexy-as-hell geneticist, even though his gut tells him she’s hiding something. He won’t rest until he tames her and brings her deception to light.

When Cyrus draws Teague out of D.I.R.E.’s protective custody and takes her to the past, she uncovers lies that prove she’s never controlled her own destiny, while Dylan travels back in time to save her before its too late.

Can Dylan rescue Teague in time, or will he lose the woman he loves forever?


Review: I have to admit that this is the first book in this series and also by this author that I have read. Having said that, even though I was a little lost at times in the beginning I soon caught up with the whole premise behind the series and in the story of Dylan and Teague as well.  I wasn’t sure what to expect thinking perhaps it was a little to Sci- Fi for my taste but I soon realized that I was involved in the story along with the lives of the characters.

Ms. Hahn wrote a gentle romance between two people that weren’t sure that they were entitled to that HEA. With the spark of chemistry noticed from the start it actually took a while to sink into the characters that it was something other than work related issues pulling them together.  I enjoyed that while both characters had a lot of the same characteristics they just seemed to meld together and complement each other where they were flawed. The flaws helped in adding to the realistic feel.

When Dylan and Teague went head to head on issues, she was able to stand her ground with him. I like this in characters. I also liked the simple banter or as some would say foreplay between the two because they at times didn’t realize what they were doing. There was a nice camaraderie between them before they took it to the next step.

I really enjoyed this book. I am going to go and read the other ones not that they are really needed but because these are action packed. I feel that as a whole, things will make more sense to me. As the characters tend to interact with each other and I want to learn about the others. However they work well on their own.

This is a fast paced book so grab what you need before settling in for I am sure you won’t want to put this story down.