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- Print Length: 392 pages
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- Publisher: Inked Press (June 28, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 28, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01FKU82GI
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #517,304 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love that Luke stood by her without fail at risk of his career and his life he never wanted to leave her or let her face anything alone, not because he thought she couldn't do it but because she shouldn't have to do it alone. Everyone has failed her in the past and Luke is going to prove to her that he won't.
It was just suppose to be a simple protection duty but one that ended in several people dead a hotel with a big hole in the side of it and Luke and Abigail on the run from terrorism charges and someone from Abigail's past that wants her dead. Abigail doesn't really exist, the person she was died years ago after someone close to her betrayed her and she has spent the entire time seeking vengeance on those who caused it to happen and she was so close to getting the job done when someone blew up the hotel room and exposed her. She didn't want Luke involved, her feelings be damned, but he isn't about to let her go on a suicide mission now that he's finally found her.
Oh what a tangled web we weave, this is a fantastic read all very exciting as always. I do want to say one thing about Ethan... I'm in denial!!!!
One of the things I think I liked best about the characters was that Abigail was a bona-fide bad-ass. Her enemies were genuinely afraid of her, and for good reason. Luke was unexpectedly tough also. He came across as so unassuming, so laid-back, but he certainly rose to the challenge and kicked some ass - in a big way. The two of them could have been the ultimate, unstoppable weapon.
I don't usually pull quotes from Sidney's books because her writing is simple and easy to read - and that's a good thing because she tells a great story. Nevertheless, when I am struck by the way in which words are used to paint an image, I have to acknowledge it. This was one such example:
Morning light sliced through the windows, stabbing Luke in the eyeballs.
It's not exactly poetic (as I would define poetry) but it was so vivid that I could feel the pain involved. Slicing and stabbing - ouch! I'm going back to sleep! Sadly, Luke was never given that option, and I am glad that there are heroes like him in this world. I highly recommend this book!!
If you haven't yet picked up one of the Aegis Group books, what are you waiting for? They are only getting better. You can read this as a stand-alone story. Works well. However, they are all worth reading.
I think Sidney Bristol and I must watch a lot of the same cop type shows on TV. I think I recognize some inspiration here. OR . . . I watch too many of them myself so see some similarities.
In this one I saw some of Annie from Covert affairs meets Ziva from NCIS. Now if any of you watch these shows, you know I am talking about the spy world here - both the softer side and the "shoot first ask questions later" side. That tells you a bit about Abigail. The journey this heroine has taken - wow!
Luke? Hmmm? Derek for Criminal Minds comes to my mind, with maybe a huge dose cuddly teddy bear thrown in. Patient. Loyal. Soft heart waiting to be lavished all over the right woman. Maybe a bit of hero complex. Okay, more than a bit. I just wanted to land in his lap and say "Save me. Love me. I won't go anywhere." Did I mention he is hot too? *sigh*
Then you add in this amazing story - what a combination. Heart stopping action with only a few breaks for some breath stealing romance. I LOVED these two!
I have yet to read a Sidney Bristol book I didn't love. This one did not disappoint. Read it, you'll love it!
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