The Eagle by Jillian Dodd ~Blog Tour w/ Review, Excerpt & Giveaway


eagle_live-1Revenge won’t change anything—or will it?


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the-eagleFrom USA Today bestselling author Jillian Dodd comes the second book in a sizzling series filled with action and adventure. Fans of The Selection and The Hunger Games will discover a heart-pounding thrill ride of espionage and suspense set in glittering high society.

The world’s most deadly assassin, a man known only as The Priest, has come back from the dead to take a series of high profile hits. When the assassin completes his first task—shooting an important world leader, the global community goes into collective shock and his government vows retaliation.

With her cover firmly cemented as Huntley Von Allister, Spy Girl’s vacation on the Royal Yacht is cut short when she’s called home for her next mission—and, this time, it’s personal.
Can Huntley accomplish her mission before the next hit takes place?
And what will happen when she finally comes face-to-face with the man who killed her mother?


Storyline: 5
Angst: 0
Tissue: 0
Value: 5
Panty Scorching: 2
Over All Rating: 4.5 Stars

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Reviewed by Robin

Waiting on her next mission, Huntley thought she had some down time. But when a high profile target is taken out, Huntley and Ari are called back into play. King Lorenzo, Daniel and Intrepid all play into the plan to figure out who took out the latest figure head in this complicated plot that Huntley is just starting to unravel. Will she ever discover why her parents were killed and who is behind this latest attack and what is their end game?

“‘Do you think she will remember the rest? Could her memory be returning?’

‘We can only hope,’ the leader of Black X replies. ‘She could very well be the key to unlocking their ultimate plan. The psychiatrist said she had a form of dissociative amnesia that caused her to block out the time period around the traumatic event. Her case was unusual because this amnesia typically leaves the patient unable to remember any personal information. She did not have such losses and retained those memories. The man believed she was simply stubborn.’

‘And you wouldn’t allow him to medicate her.’

‘It would have done nothing but impede her training.’

If we could discover where they were before her mother’s death, it could greatly help our cause.’

The man nods. ‘That it would, but she must remember on her own.’”

The second Spy Girl story started out with throwing me for a loop by the way the first book ended. Just when you think you can tell where Huntley’s heart lies…and is that even important…the game switches up. Every book I get in this series I end up reading in one sitting because I can’t put it down. I want to figure out this mystery with Huntley and find out who killed her parents, what is their agenda, what happened to her school…? Can she trust Daniel? Lorenzo? Intrepid? So many twists keep me guessing constantly. I just can’t wait to read The Society.

I love to read suspense books so I was thrilled to get my hands on this series. The only problem…I need the next book! I’m so impatient! I just want to know the entire mystery right now.



“No, Huntley, I did not.” He sighs. “Even though I was upset to learn the truth about you, I’m certainly not over you. And I could never offer you up to another man.”

A quick glance over the railing confirms that Daniel is still training in the pool a deck below. Knowing I won’t be overheard, I say, “I’m sorry, Lorenzo. If I weren’t who I am, if I didn’t have to do this—”

“Things would be different,” he says, finishing my sentence. “I know. I’m a King and you’re—you. It would never work.”


“But what if it could?” he asks.

“The only way it could is if one of us were willing to quit.”

“I can’t quit my country.”

“So you want me to quit?”

“I’m not sure. I have so many unanswered questions.”

“What were you told about me?”

“Very little. The man who called simply stated that your training and cover had taken years to put into place. He then requested I not tell a soul, for your personal safety.”

“Lorenzo, it’s one thing to know what I do. It’s another thing to have witnessed it.”

“While I will admit your talents are slightly unusual, it doesn’t make them any less spectacular.”

“You saw me kill people. I’m good at it.”

“And thank goodness that you are, or I’d be dead.”

“And I’m a liar.”

“I watched you work the crowd to perfection at both the Queen’s Garden Party and Her Majesty’s Royal Ball. Where I come from, we call that being diplomatic.”

I laugh out loud. “You almost make me feel like a normal girl.”

“Will you tell me how you ended up in this profession at such a young age?”

“Can I be honest with you?”

“Of course.”

“I’m not doing this for my country.”

“Good, then it will be easier to convince you to live in mine.”

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About The Author

jillianJillian is a USA TODAY bestselling author. She writes fun romances with characters her readers fall in love with, from the boy next door in the That Boy trilogy to the daughter of a famous actress in The Keatyn Chroniclesseries.

She’s married to her college sweetheart, has two adult children, two Labs named Cali and Camber, and lives in a small Florida beach town. When she’s not working, she likes to decorate, paint, doodle, shop for shoes, watch football, and go to the beach.



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