"If you leave on your own, you’ll be dead by morning."
Critical Care Nurse Natalia Sokolova can’t ignore former FBI Agent Sloan Dryer’s dire warning. After the Deputy Prime Minister of Russia dies under her care, her house explodes in front of her eyes and now she’s found her best friends brutally murdered. Ironically, the only bright spot in this nightmare is Sloan’s bad Ukrainian accent and his willingness to protect her.
Sloan is convinced that someone wants to kill Natalia and when he finds a link to her family, he’s not sure who they can trust. As they run for their lives, and from the attraction simmering between them, they uncover a terrorist plot that could bring the nation to its knees. Time is running out. Can Sloan and Natalia save their country and their future, before it’s too late?
Target of Terror
Natalia has secrets in her past that even she doesn’t know. Though her own attempts to find her birth parents haven’t been successful, she still feels a connection to a politician from her homeland when he is placed in her care at the hospital. Before she can find out more, he dies under suspicious circumstances. More events lead her into the protective care of Sloan Dreyer. Together they realize that her life isn’t the only one in danger.
With lots of twists and turns, this novel keeps you in suspense. However, some factors don’t seem to remain consistent between scenes. For instance, people with serious injuries are able to lift heavy things when they shouldn’t.
Target for Terror draws you in with the very first page into a thrilling tale of mystery, exciting locations and suspense all within the span of three days.
This book has a lot going on and is hard to put down.