Taken! - Secrets & Lies (A Taken! Novel Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Book 7 gives this new boxed set a good action start and we get to meet an old friend. Book 8 deals with Jessica's sister Gabby, but by the end of the book we learn more about Jessica and discover that she can more than hold her own. Book 9 is without doubt my favorite Taken story ever, as hit men are sent to kill Jessica and we learn a lot more about her and her husband's past. A great read this one. Book 10 is the shortest and doesn't really have much action, but we learn who Jessica's husband might be related to and there's also an appearance by Jake Caliber of The Caliber Detective Agency books and also an appearance by a minor character from book 5. Book 11 starts out quiet and then becomes a roller coaster ride, we also learn that the FBI has their eyes on the Whites. I absolutely loved the ending of this one. Book 12 shows what the FBI has in store for the Whites and we also meet a new character who I hope becomes a part of the series. Needless to say, I can't wait for more of these books. They are Brill!
Thrilling and a page Turner oh my .
Guest a suggestion send free books to our troops overseas,they are board and need some
Kind of entertainment. I am a Vietnam vet and I still have somewhere the last book I read there.
So thanks ahead of time.and on to the next book.
I had read complaints of "excessive typos" but, again, did not come across many. None to report this time.
The story is good and "He" and his wife are very likeable. "He" reminds me of Showtimes DEXTER only "He" is a bit more personable, and elegant than Dexter. "He" manages to relate to people, and it is satisfying everytime he surprises himself with his social skills.
I am definitely TAKEN by this series!