While on honeymoon, in Italy, two FBI special agents come upon a terror attack in progress and soon discover the plot has ties to America.
A Washington, D.C. bombing. An act of bioterrorism. Retrieving a computer program capable of breaching the world's most advanced security systems.
For Aaron Hardy and Raychel DelaCruz, their relationship has been forged in one deadly encounter after another.
So, it's only fitting their first days as husband and wife would begin with yet one more dangerous mission, a mission to rescue a kidnapped young woman from a powerful Italian businessman.
Tracked by United States Intelligence sources for years, this businessman has managed to stay one step ahead of his pursuers. But he never imagined who his next adversary would be.
In typical Aaron Hardy fashion, operating one foot outside the law, and with a clock ticking, he and Cruz tear through the streets and countryside of Rome, slinging lead and throwing punches, as they hunt down this elusive terrorist/kidnapper.
A fast-paced honeymoon action thriller with a new slant on...
"...to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part."
Three Days in Rome
Great plot and characters. Read it straight through.
Weak and short.
Didn’t care for the latest installment in the Hardy series. It was short in length and had way too much corny romance fluff.