The face of terror is hard to recognize - especially when it's homegrown. Blair Powell is set to join her father on the campaign trail even though a domestic terrorist group has already launched one attack on President Andrew Powell's life. The orchestrators of the assassination attempt are still at large, and Andrew's opponent is a popular ultra-conservative with questionable ties to the radical right. Blair's wife, DHS Deputy Director Cameron Roberts, has been charged with the task of tracking down those responsible for the attack, while secretly searching for proof that a powerful senator is involved in treason. Cam has an ace in the hole no one knows about, however - an agent deep undercover in the stronghold of a radical militia group, FBI SA Loren McElroy. Cam's biggest challenge is running the terrorists to ground without getting McElroy and her renegade handler, Skylar Dunbar, killed in the cross fire.
©2013 Radclyffe (P)2013 Audible Inc.
I felt like this book was totally out of sync with the previous in the series. Was confused where the timeline and storyline picked up from book 7. Disappointed at lack of character follow up.
"Straight to the point"
compared to the other books, this was a let down. I do understand that it was the end of the series but it could have been more entertaining, i felt like the end was rushed. it got straight to the point.
this one reminded me of the Harlequin books and i find those books really fague and annoyinng
I do love her reading of this series, its amazing great narration skills, even if you do not have any imagination, her reading will paint a picture of everything in the book for you
this book was the ending of the series, revealing most of the source of all the attacks on the family, so didn't get the chance to be emotional but i did enjoy it
I would really love if Radclyffe could turn these books into movies, i would really like to see the chemistry between blair and cameron.
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