With barely enough time to recover from helping out Miles in London, Nico is off to Australia … and a secret mission involving a US covert operative …
When an American undercover operative’s sister goes missing in Australia, Nico has to find out if this is connected to the operative or to the sister’s own activist background. Apparently she made enemies easily.
Charlotte hadn’t wanted to make this trip in the first place, preferring to communicate her polarizing messages through writing her books now. But, bowing under pressure, she finally arrives in Australia, only to be attacked within minutes of reaching her hotel room for the night. After her rescue, she’s forced to dig deep into her family and public life to find the mastermind kidnapper and to stay safe as the bodies pile up.
Nothing makes sense in this twisted mission, but Nico is determined to keep Charlotte safe, even as things take a more personal turn …
Good but lacked action!
This is book 8 in The Mavericks series and it features Charlotte and Nico. The suspense and adventure is fantastic. The problem is that there’s not enough action, which is the reason for my rating. It’s all about trying to put the pieces together to find out who all the players were and why she was kidnapped. Charlotte was pretty snippy most of the time. Nico is one of those guys who are even-keeled and full of compassion. I didn’t feel any romance until the moment it happened toward the end. I enjoyed reading this book but I would have liked it a whole lot more if there was more action like the rest of the books in this series.
WOW yet another awesome story! On to book 8
Wow! Nico heads to Australia to rescue an American activist that was grabbed from her hotel room. Charlotte wanted to work more on writing than traveling, but agreed to one more trip and then she’s kidnapped!
After she’s recovered the mystery behind her childhood and present will keep her in danger.
Hopefully Nico can keep her safe!