Eagle Eye

Like No Other Book 2

Romance - Contemporary
238 Pages
Reviewed on 07/15/2018
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Author Biography

Joy Griffin Dent writes sweet contemporary romances as Darcy Flynn. She loves staring at the moon and stars, Gene Kelley musicals, and her mother’s gumbo. She misses Firefly and Moonlight – not necessarily in that order. Known for her irritatingly, handsome heroes and feisty heroines, her fiction is a bit of moon magic and a lot of problems mixed with a healthy portion of sweet romance. Add a dash of sizzle and a lot of sass and all that’s left is magic. Her books are available on Amazon, B&N, and iTunes in both eBook and paperback.

A native of New Orleans, Joy swapped her city roots for garden boots when she and her husband moved to their farm in Franklin, Tennessee, where Joy is surrounded by her beautiful gardens and a menagerie of living creatures–English setters and Millie Fleur chickens, being her favorite.

Although, published in the Christian non-fiction and homeschool market under her real name, it was the empty nest that turned her to writing romantic fiction – proving it’s never too late to follow your dreams.

Joy is married to health care executive, Thompson Dent and they have one son, Los Angeles based filmmaker, Roman Dent.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite

Cameron Phillips is an undercover journalist with a sharp pen and a mission to expose the New York City big shots. He writes under the pseudonym of Eagle Eye, which conceals his identity completely. Disguised as a homeless man, he gets involved in a bet with Jill and her ex-boyfriend. Jill — the up and coming influencer with a mission to raise money for the less fortunate — soon finds her career threatened after she becomes the subject of the Eagle Eye’s article. Things get complicated for Cameron when he is hired to overshadow Jill as she volunteers to work for the charity. While he feels an undeniable attraction for her, he also notices how much harm he has caused her with his pen. Can he undo the damage and help her save her business before she loses everything, and how exactly can he do that?

Eagle Eye is book two in the Like No Other series by Darcy Flynn, a gripping contemporary romance with formidable characters and an intriguing plot. Darcy Flynn’s novel is very engaging and appealing enough to arouse emotions. The beauty of the prose seduced me; it’s neat and polished, and the author’s phraseology makes for an enjoyable reading experience, with sentences that are simple and dialogues that reflect real life. The humanity of the characters is well developed. The narrative is enriched with suspense, and the reader wants to know if Jill, like other victims of Eagle Eye, will find out who is behind the articles. This element of style got me intrigued. The twists are unexpected and exciting, and the unpredictability of the plot raises the entertaining quality of the story.