She never expected to see her old flame again. Or be kidnapped by him.
Sophia Reardon may work for the FBI, but she's no field agent. Her assignments are mundane--the way she likes it--until a favor for a colleague puts her in the wrong place, at the wrong time, and definitely in front of the wrong person: Cameron Branson.
The line between right and wrong is blurring faster than he can bring the criminals down.
The moment Sophia walks into his long-term undercover operation, Cameron knows his "employers" will want to break her. Keeping her close and hurling her into his world of deception and terror is the only way to keep her alive and his cover intact.
As everything begins to unravel, Cameron will have to choose--finish the mission that could protect so many or save the one woman he's never been able to forget. Originally published as Infiltration (Omega Sector #1)
The book had a dramatic start and the tension just kept on going. Edge of the seat reading would be a really good way to put it.
I liked that a list of the cast of characters was included in the book. That was a nice touch. I liked how realistic most of it was.
Great main characters who pulled me in right away. Unpredictable things happened and each time as "situation" came up I was thinking, "how are they going to get out of this one?" They came up with creative thinking and actions to pull them out of one danger after another. Every once in a while Cam would do something that made me think it was odd and a bit stupid. Odd that a seasoned undercover pro hadn't thought to check on that. But I'm not saying that endangered my enjoyment of the story because it didn't.
About the time you think it couldn't get more intense, it totally does. It ends even more dramatically than when it started.
I love the cover of this eBook as well.
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