Jocelyn Chalmers traveled through time from the World War II era and finds herself facing a new reality in the year twenty thirteen. With no memory of her own identity or how she’s come to be amongst the D.I.R.E. agents she’s more than a little scared but feels safe whenever she’s with Dar. There’s no denying that she’s incredibly attracted to the man, but reality is there’s no guarantee that they’ll have a future together since she belongs in the past and there’s no telling how not returning her to her former life would affect the here and now.
It isn’t long before Jocelyn regains her memory and is besieged with the need to finish what she started – namely acquiring the weapons technology of the future to help put an end to Hitler’s reign and end the senseless deaths of so many innocent people. Her own father and step-mother are even guilty of aiding the Nazis – and adding to Jocelyn’s nightmare of becoming just another statistic because she’s not blonde haired and blue eyed. Returning to the past might be a death sentence for Jocelyn but Dar’s new enhancements mean he can transport back in time and take the weapons technology – only things aren’t going to play out the way she wants and the situation is way more complicated than she could have ever imagined.
As a whole I absolutely loved the D.I.R.E. Agency series, but I have to admit, AGENT T3: D’ARTAGNAN was definitely the most involved, complex story of the three (and I sincerely hope there will be more D.I.R.E. Agency stories in the future). Aside from the sweet romance brewing between Jocelyn and Dar, there are stunning revelations about the connections between everyone involved constantly being revealed – and the heartbreaking reality that sometimes family just can’t be trusted. Dar and Jocelyn are ‘two of a kind’, they’ve done things they aren’t proud of, but their outlook on life is heartwarming and it’s so obvious they genuinely love each other even if a future between them is uncertain.
AGENT T3: D’ARTAGNAN is the third title in Joni Hahn’s D.I.R.E. AGENCY series and I’m kind of bummed that there aren’t any more available so I can get my fix of hunks with special abilities, that’s alright though since I’m sure I’ll be rereading these and haunting Ms. Hahn’s website for news about upcoming titles.
If you haven’t done so already, be sure to pick up copies of the first two titles in this series:
AGENT I1: TRISTAN
AGENT E2: AIDAN