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Before you know it, the mark becomes something more. More than Wes can handle. More than he wants her to mean. More than is safe for her given the parameters of his mission.
Faith's openness and happy, guileless life are anathema to Wes. She fascinates him. And he hates himself for what he did to her before he even knew her. His treachery plays with his emotions, his confidence and his loyalties. Because he can't reconcile who he is day to day and with Faith, there is a bit of Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde going on.
"Wes’ grin fell off his face so abruptly, I worried he’d suffered some kind of mental breakdown. Something dark flashed in his eyes as he stared at my face."
"She blew up my life. I hated her for it. But not as much as I loved her."
Of course, involving a super spy with a sweet innocent isn't going to end well. But Faith has changed Wes and he learns that he no longer wants to be Faith-less.
Wes and Faith are so attracted to each other, their chemistry is crazy. Faith is so innocent to begin with, but she hardens due to the incident she goes through and having her trust absolutely shattered.
Wes just couldn't seem to resist Faith. He was so conflicted, as he has real feelings for her, and he knew it was going to end badly. I liked that he gave as much of himself to Faith as the situation allowed, sharing details with her he hadn't ever shared before. He definitely made some mistakes along the way, but he does his best to protect Faith. Great story.
Although I liked how she formatted the past and present as two parts this time instead of the back and forth. I will continue to read her books because they are entertaining!
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