FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid takes on her most explosive case yet in New York Times best seller Allison Brennan's Dead Heat….
Deep in the heart of Texas….
Assigned to San Antonio’s Violent Crimes unit, Lucy Kincaid joins a team of seasoned veterans and newer agents for a task force called Operation Heatwave. It’s supposed to be a simple sweep of known offenders with outstanding warrants. But when Lucy and her team try to bust two local brothers for jumping bail, she walks into a hotbed of pure evil. Their names are George and Jaime Sanchez. They are charged with murder, drug trafficking, and worse. And one of them is still out there.
The heat is on….
As Lucy races to capture Jaime Sanchez, more shocking evidence comes to light. The brothers have been using their basement as a holding cell for children they've kidnapped for the cartels. When George agrees to turn on his brother, he is murdered behind bars. Now Lucy has no choice but to go outside the law. Enlisting the help of her boyfriend Sean Rogan and his mercenary brother Kane, she will risk her career - and both of their lives - to bring down a crime lord’s empire… before more innocent lives go up in flames.
©2014 Allison Brennan (P)2014 Macmillan Audio
“Knife-edged tension and clever twists. The Lucy Kincaid/Sean Rogan novels just keep getting better!” (RT Book Reviews)
It wasn't terrible...just too much personal interaction between the two main characters. Too perfect of a relationship if you know what I mean. The main scenes were a little bit of a letdown for me and certainly didn't create a sense of heightened suspense. The performance wasn't the best either. When she tried to speak with a man's voice, it was not very good. I'm not sure but I think Sam was a woman.
I love Allison Brennan and would gladly listen to all of her books if Kate Udall did not narrate them. I find her to be an absolutely awful narrator and will not purchase ANY book she narrates ever again!
The story was good and I enjoy the characters. It was a bit predictable but still worth it.
Anyone...her voice is abrasive and she talks like she has a mouthful of spit. The way she does the different voices is annoying and it was just painful to listen to.
It was well worth the read but save yourself the time and aggravation and just buy the book and not the audiobook.
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