Agent: Kennedy Barnes
Target: Phoenix "Nix" Ash
Crimes: Hacker and Heartbreaker
Mission: Get Close and Survive
After living her life in the shadows as the daughter of a congressman's secret affair, Kennedy Barnes joins "Project Greenlight" - a clandestine intelligence organization. She's out to prove she's more than her father's dirty secret.
One of her first assignments is simple. Get close to Phoenix Ash, collect enough evidence to put him away for life, and get out unscathed.
Phoenix Ash is a world renowned hacker. He's pulled off some of the biggest heists in modern history, but never leaves a trace. He knows people are after him and that every day may be his last, but when he meets Kennedy Barnes, everything changes.
Lines are blurred and secrets are exposed as Phoenix and Kennedy both discover they do have a weakness - for each other.
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Intriguing and so good
Where do I start? This is the second collaboration between Chelle Bliss and Brenda Rothert and I loved this story. Dirty Secret has it all, intrigue, mystery, danger, smoking hot scenes and romance.
Kennedy Barnes is determined to make a name for herself in the intelligence community and sees this assignment as her big break; no longer content to be her father's Dirty Secret. What happens when Kennedy is assigned to get close to Phoenix Ash and learn all about his illegal business practices?
When the lines between business and pleasure continually cross between Nix and Kennedy, it is difficult to know which side will win out.
What happens when Kennedy realised that all is not as it seems and that perhaps Nix is not the complete bad guy that they all think he is? Will Kennedy follow her gut instinct? Or will she bow to the pressure from her bosses and bring Nix in?
The narration by Kirsten Leigh and Sebastian York was spot on and they really brought the characters to life and enhanced my listening pleasure.
This was an intriguing read from the first to the last page and I was disappointed when it ended. Dirty Secret was well written and I have no idea where one author ended and the other took over. Ms. Bliss and Ms. Rothert blended their writing together in such a way that the continuity was flawless.