Russian sleeper agent, Hannah Miller has spent nine long years installed within America's intelligence agencies. When the private plane carrying a secret weapon she and her boss are on is hijacked—her wait to be activated is finally over.
Jack Davis, ex-boyfriend and former Navy SEAL, is sent in. His primary mission is to recover the secret weapon, but he refuses to leave Hannah behind—not when he still has feelings for her. When mounting evidence points to Hannah as a traitor, Jack must decide where to place his trust. Aiding her could risk his career, but betraying her risks his heart.
When Hannah is framed for murder, Jack convinces her to work with him in a scheme that will reveal the true culprit, unmasking a corruption that has reached some of the highest levels of US government.
Beneath the Surface (A Gray Ghost Novel Book 3) by Amy McKinley
OMG I love these books and this author...It was also fun with this book running along side Eye of The Storm, I've not read many books that have done this and it was kind of fun...well fun in that they are at the same time but not so fun in the storyline. WOW...this one was awesome...I love all of them and can not pick a favorite but this one knocked my socks off...I was so looking forward to more about Hannah after reading Eye of The Storm and I absolutely got what I wanted in this book. I usually do not like flashbacks but the way this author handled them in this story first off made them mandatory and the way it was handled flowed perfectly.
I love how these books take the twists and turns to a new level and there is always a lot of them...I love this, and I Loved the way this storyline played out. Jack standing by refusing to leave Hannah behind even when all the evidence pointed straight at her as being guilty.
Not going into any more of the storyline, I just know that my heart broke many times as stories came out about Hannah’s past and I had so much respect for Jack in this story.
Im praying there is a lot more to come for the Gray Ghost team and I also know that I'll be rereading this series many times :)