• Line of Fire

  • Archer Tactical, Book 1
  • By: A.K. Evans
  • Narrated by: CJ Mission, Ava Lucas
  • Length: 7 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (60 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Protected. 

That’s how Kaia Banks spent the better part of her childhood. Raised by an abusive father, Kaia relied on her older sister to keep her safe. 

But Kaia’s all grown up now. And when her relationship places her in the line of fire, Kaia takes matters into her own hands. 

Remi Archer is no stranger to surprise. As part-owner of Archer Tactical, it’s his job to prepare himself and others for unpredictable situations. 

Unfortunately, no amount of training will prepare him for Kaia. 

When the gorgeous woman requests he train her, Remi can’t say no. But once Remi uncovers the truth about why Kaia needs to defend herself, he realizes it’s the moment he’s been preparing for his entire career. 

And he’ll stop at nothing to protect the woman who has stolen his heart.

In a nutshell: A woman determined to prove she can protect herself and a man who teaches her how. Packed with action and adventure, this small-town romantic suspense is sure to give you all the feels. Available in digital, paperback, and audio format, this romance series is sure to have you listening right until you reach the end. 

©2021 A.K. Evans (P)2021 A.K. Evans

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Boring

This was non-descriptive! and vaguely told you about the characters making it hard to care about the story! The female narrator male voice is awful!

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Touching love story❤️❤️

Smart, independent heroine meets sexy protector in this beautiful love story. Unlike many love stories Line Of Fire was realistic and heartwarming from start to finish! Kaia refused to believe that all men were assholes despite the pain and suffering at the hands of other men throughout her entire life which ultimately left room for sexy, body-of-a-god Remy to show her how a a real man treats his woman.

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Kick but! story!

The beginning of the story is a bit deceiving…Kaia is in an abusive relationship but won’t get help. However, she does take advice from a coworker and signs up for self defense training. Her instructor, Remi, is a great guy and the pair have chemistry but will Kaia’s ex allow her to move on?

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Loved everything about it!

For starters, I loved the narrators. This was the first time I listened to a book with two narrators.
Then the story itself was a great story. There were times it was predictable, but it wasn't off-putting I loved Kiya 's strength and she and Remi's relationship.
The connection to the Everything series, was everything, because I love that series.
Looking forward to finishing this series.

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  • Suzanne
  • 06-23-22

more mental health essay on abuse then story

well written on a sound storyline but got really preachie at times and actual story could have had more meat. where well performed.