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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Agent N6: Dylan (The D.I.R.E. Agency #6) by Joni Hahn: Author Interview & Giveaway

Agent N6: Dylan
(The D.I.R.E. Agency Series, Bk #6)
by Joni Hahn


Agent N6: Dylan McCall

Third generation Marine
Mongolian prison survivor


Third generation Marine Dylan McCall has only one goal in mind: revenge. Armed with a new, scientific enhancement, he won’t rest until he destroys Cyrus Matheson’s plans.

Geneticist Teague Hamilton wants nothing more than a healthy baby of her own. Raised in a girls’ home, she knows Cyrus’s genetic engineering technology is her only chance at gaining the family she wants.

Dylan can’t get enough of D.I.R.E.’s confident, sexy-as-hell geneticist, even though his gut tells him she’s hiding something. He won’t rest until he tames her and brings her deception to light.

When Cyrus draws Teague out of D.I.R.E.’s protective custody and takes her to the past, she uncovers lies that prove she’s never controlled her own destiny, while Dylan travels back in time to save her before it's too late.

Can Dylan rescue Teague in time, or will he lose the woman he loves forever?

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“I need to take your temperature, McCall.”
Pulling a plastic thermometer from a package, she slipped it under his tongue without meeting his eyes. As a matter of fact, she hadn’t looked at him at all since she walked into the room.
She took his hand in hers and wrapped a blood pressure monitor around his wrist. Her flesh felt like soft butter against his skin, her nearness throwing his healthy libido into acceleration mode. Watching the machine monitor his pulse and blood pressure, she kept her face averted, while he sat with the damned thermometer under his tongue.
Why was she giving him the cold shoulder? He’d rescued her from Cyrus’s clones and had carried her – carried her – across crushed glass so she wouldn’t cut her feet.
He wouldn’t think about how her fingers in his hair sent goose bumps across his nape.
Taking the thermometer from his mouth, she looked at it before showing it to him, her gaze back on the monitor.
“Ninety-eight point four,” she said.
Squinting, he studied her stoic profile. She had the smallest nose he’d ever seen on a woman.
“Yeah, so?”
The monitor powered down before she turned the display toward him. His vitals were perfect.
“I know you don’t trust me, McCall. I don’t want you accusing me of falsifying your test results.”
Walking back to the computer, she entered the information, her fingers flying over the keys. That rounded backside of hers was damned near mouthwatering. How could a doctor who sat in a lab all day have an ass that pert?
“I have every right to be suspicious,” he said. “Wouldn’t you feel that way, under the circumstances?”
“What I would feel is irrelevant, Agent McCall.” Opening a cabinet above her head, she pulled down some medical supplies.
He hated logical women. They made too much sense. The erratic, fly-off-the-handle type he could handle. He could dismantle their arguments with little effort. With smart women, he had to work at it.
Walking over to the bed, she tore open a package and set a vial beside his hip. “Lay back.”
He refused to move until she looked at him. “No.”
Her gaze met his, disbelief lining her silver eyes. She stood less than a foot away, her mouth parted in surprise. Her top lip curved like the back end of a bow, her bottom lip plump and juicy. 
“Do you want these tests, McCall? Or, would you rather have someone else do them?”
The smell of peppermint on her breath drew him closer. “Why have you been avoiding eye contact? Do you have something to hide?”
Her brows furrowed, her gaze dropping to his bare chest before looking back at the package in her hand.
“See what I mean?” he said.
Glancing up, she said, “What do you want from me?” She leaned in even closer, their noses nearly touching. “Is that better?”
His body stirred in his shorts, his lungs stuffed with down feathers. Behind those glasses blazed eyes like quicksilver, luminous and filled with ire.
Gripping the edge of the bed, he itched to grab her around that narrow waist and pull her between his legs. Something told him Dr. Teague Hamilton wouldn’t disappoint in the bedroom.
Damn, he should not feel aroused around this woman. Yet, for some stupid reason, her evasion freaking turned him on.
“You need to work on your bedside manner, Doctor.” He flashed her a cocky grin.
A slow smile blossomed on her face, a pink blush coloring her cheeks. “Would you just shut it and lay back?”
“I rest my case.” He lay back on the bed and propped his arms behind his head. His Johnson sat at semi-erect attention, hoping she’d pay it a little notice.
Of course, she looked anywhere but there.
“I need an arm – unless you want me to take it straight from your jugular.” She cocked a dark, arched eyebrow.
“All of my blood flow is in my shorts at the moment. Any chance you want to help me divert it?”
The ire in her eyes turned to silver fire, her voice going husky. “Sounds… tempting, but I wouldn’t want you to lower your standards for a criminal.”
“I’m into bad girls… just FYI.”
“And, I’m into bad boys. Too bad you’re one of the good guys.”

The D.I.R.E. Agency Series

Series is also available in audio books!!

About the Author

By day, Joni Hahn keeps her secret decoder ring hidden while she works as a mild-mannered contemporary romance author. She believes the world can never have too many superheroes, and anxiously waits for the call when one will need help saving the world… or getting into his costume. Joni was born with a hopelessly tender heart and believes there is nothing on earth more exhilarating than falling in love. A native Texan, she thinks cowboys are the epitome of masculinity, and that country music is the other soul music.

Joni is a member of the Romance Writers of America and its Published Authors Network. She is a member of several RWA sub-chapters and has served in several board positions with the San Antonio Romance Authors. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys reading, going to movies and concerts and spending time with family and friends.

Books 1 through 6 in Joni's sci fi romantic suspense series, The D.I.R.E. Agency, are available now.   Look for the epic Book 7, Agent U7: Keegan in late 2015!

You can find her at 



Please welcome "Agent N6: Dylan" author Joni Hahn to Diane’s Book Blog.

Thanks for hanging out with me today!! I’m happy to be here!!

What is your favorite part of the D.I.R.E. Agency Series? 

I’m a big alpha male girl and my heroes are definitely alphas.  I’m a huge superhero movie fan so writing about them is a lot of fun.  I love creating women that bring them to their knees.  I think there’s nothing sexier than an alpha male falling in love.

How long did it take you to write "Agent N6: Dylan"?

It took me about five months to write the book.  I did a ton of research. I also had to tie it into the timeline and storyline of the previous books, and my plans for the series finale. 

What sort of research did you do while planning the series? 

Because I strive to write science that seems like it could actually happen one day, I have to base my fiction on facts.  And with technology advancing like it is, I have to ensure that what I write is still fiction. On this latest book, I was lucky enough to have an Arizona State University professor talk to me and confirm some of my fictional science. 

What's your favorite book-turned movie? 

I’m a big fan of the Twilight Saga.  I loved those books.  I can’t wait for the mini-movies to come out!

What book are you reading now?

I’m reading The Texan’s Wager by Jodi Thomas.  It was selected for the monthly romance readers book club at my local library.   Jodi is an amazing talent!

What do you prefer paperback, hardcover, or ebooks? 

Actually, I prefer paperbacks, but I usually buy ebooks for convenience’s sake.  I have way too many on my IPad. 

Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?  

I love Karen Marie Moning.  Her characterization is stellar, probably the best I’ve read.  I want to be her when I grow up.

What inspired you to write your first book?

After my brother had a magazine article published and my sister published a poem, it hit me like a ping on the forehead.  Why hadn’t I tried to write something for publication?  Back in middle school, I won a school-wide essay, and in high school, I went to UIL regionals a couple of years for creative writing. It had never occurred to me to write for publication until my siblings did so.  I guess I’m a slow learner.   After trying to get published on and off for several years, I heard Lilliana Hart speak at a local writer’s group.  Her inspirational journey spurred me to indie publish.  That was back in 2013.  Here I am, six books later.

If you were stranded on a desert island which of your characters do you want by your side?

I want Tristan Jacobs.  He was my first and will always be special to me.  He’s capable and the best at what he does.  He’s not just another pretty face. I have a soft spot for wounded heroes.

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers? 

YOU GUYS ROCK!  Thank you so much for all of the support and love you’ve shown me over the last year and a half.  It thrills me to know you love my stories as much as I do.  You’re the best!  xoxo 


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