Refractions Of Light (FISA Agents Book 2) by BL Jones

Refractions Of Light is the second action-packed entry to BL Jones FISA Agents series. Absolutely drawn into this story as it focuses so much more on Jack and Leo becoming a couple and navigating how to be together while on a search and rescue mission. Really entertaining series with a fun grumpy/sunshine couple to root for.

From the blurb:

Our eyes are broken windows capable of using light to bring truth into focus.

Some months ago, a ruthless assassin and a British intelligence agent met on a dark street in Danger City. One saved the other and from this new alliances were formed that have the potential to change

Jack Roth is caught in the liminal space between hero and villain, his every decision planted firmly in the grey.

Leo Snow is a good man still desperately trying to make the right choices in a world that constantly forces him to question what that means.

Now, both men have been sent out on a rescue mission that will test the endurance of their new partnership and the depth of their feelings for one another as the past comes calling and the future casts shadows neither can escape.

SNik's Review:

Refractions Of Light is the second in the series (FISA Agents), must be read in order. Paranormal. Grumpy/sunshine. Established couple. Dual POV. 

Jack and Leo have been working together as partners for only a short time, but they have figured out how to do it well, and their current focus is the rescue of a fellow FISA agent that has been abducted by the evil Obsidian Inc. 

Jack is becoming even more possessive of Leo, unsure of how to be in a relationship with Leo, while Leo is braced for heartbreak, knowing his feelings for Jack are growing stronger every day. Jack worries that Leo cannot accept his assassin ways and violent past, but Leo questions whether they can have a romantic relationship when Jack has never known love or caring from anyone other than his dead brother. 

I really enjoyed this second book as it focused on Jack and Leo’s building feelings, the struggle for them to communicate honestly, but the inability to let the other go, all while they are fighting bad guys and trying to complete their mission. 

There is a cliffhanger as the series continues, and I can’t wait to see what BL Jones has in store for Jack and Leo.

Rating: 5 Stars

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