An FBI agent risks her heart and her closely-guarded secrets in this pulse-pounding Romantic Thriller from a New York Times bestselling author.
When an international ring of sex traffickers kidnaps an eight-year-old girl in Boston, FBI Agent Lucas Randall heads undercover. But his rescue operation goes disastrously wrong and Lucas barely escapes with his life. Now the ruthless traffickers are hunting him down, along with everyone else who threatens their operation.
Computer expert Ashley Chen joined the FBI to fight against evil in the world--evil she experienced firsthand. She has mad skills, and deadly secrets, and once she starts working with Lucas, she also has big trouble, because after years of pushing people away, she's falling for the guy. The feeling is more than mutual, but as Ashley intensifies her online pursuit of the trafficking ring, her traumatic past collides with her present and suddenly Lucas can't tell which side she's on. And as the case escalates into a high-stakes game of cat and mouse, it turns out Ashley isn't the only one with something to hide.
If neither can trust the other with their secrets, how can they trust each other with their hearts?
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Impossible too stop
Had to read. The series is just that good,I want more please.....
Difficult to put down! Interesting to the end!
Now we know why Ashley is so secretive
This series just keeps getting better and better. We met Ashley Chen in the last book and she is a quiet loaner. Lucas is in Boston to help shut down a sex trade brothel. Once again, page 3 and everyone is running for their lives. Mallory and Ashley head to Boston to help out.
Lucas makes and keeps his promise to Becca, as anyone would do, or die trying. Parker thinks Ashley’s back ground is to perfect and he’s basically a jerk to her. Lucas, well he just got hit in the head with instant lust. Timing is not great but when the bug bites, what are you going to do. Ashley’s back ground is heart wrenching.
We need a HEA for Sloan. The house Ashley buys is definitely going to be inland. I hadn’t thought about how people react to the beach after a tidal wave.