Number-one New York Times best-selling author Sidney Sheldon's most popular and enduring heroine - Tracy Whitney of If Tomorrow Comes and Sidney Sheldon's Chasing Tomorrow - is back with another story of heart-stopping twists and breathtaking action.
Once upon a time, Tracy Whitney was one of the best thieves in the business. Then she settled down, had a baby, and planned to spend the rest of her days quietly, living anonymously, devoted to her son. But tragic news has forced Tracy to face her greatest nightmare. Now, with nothing left to protect, she returns to the hunt - and she's more dangerous than ever.
Tracy is not the only woman with a dark and dangerous past. The world faces a new terror threat from a group of global hackers intent on the collapse of capitalism and private wealth and the creation of a new world order. When this group turn to violence, with deadly effect, the mysterious woman pulling their strings becomes the CIA's public enemy number one.
Only one clever and ruthless woman is capable of tracking down the terrorist: Tracy. But as Tracy discovers, the truth proves as elusive as her target. Hampered by corruption and enemies masked as allies, Tracy will be pushed to the brink, where she must face her darkest demons. But just how reckless will a person become when she have nothing left to lose?
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This could have been a very good story. Unfortunately, most of the twists and turns in this particular book left me with an uncomfortable/uneasy feeling throughout the story and in deed, the last 10 minutes of the audiobook confirmed that nagging feeling.
I guess it was good in a way. I'm unsure wether most listeners would agree or disagree with my opinion so I can't recommend it one way or the other. I've read 17 of Sheldon's books. Recently I've listened to 7 of the 17 in audiobook version over again. Most of his works I've honestly liked, a couple or so were just ok, in my opinion. "Reckless" is the only one that left me with such a sick feeling. A couple changes to the storyline and I could have loved it. It's a shame I have to write this kind of review, but it's how I honestly feel.
There is not a way for me to be more specific without giving major plots of the storyline away and to do so would just be wrong.
Anyway, if you read it, you may feel totally different than I do, but I'm sure that you'll understand the specifics of which I speak.
If you choose to read this one, I hope you enjoy it.
This last book was more intriguing than the first two. He best for last.
I could visualize the characters and the cities Tracy did her manhunt.
I could imagine losing a child I thought was murder. A mother would go to any length in lower to see justice was done.
Emotion,action and intrigue. This book had none of those things.
The villain was obvious and she was a sad pathetic character for somebody that supposedly a great con artist.
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