RITA Award winner Irene Hannon has also won the Holt Medallion for her romantic suspense. In this pulse-pounding thriller, the White House orders elite FBI operator Evan Cooper to secure Monica Callahan from a terrorist threat. But since Monica refuses all calls from her senior diplomat father, she sees no need for his round-the-clock protection—until a chilling “message” leaves no doubt.
©2009 Irene Hannon (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC
In Irene Hannon's 1st book of the Heros of Quantico series, there is no dull moments. From the beginning of trying to get awake to hear their bosses orders to the final nerve wrenching moments of saving Monica's life it is impossible to put down this enjoyable work of art.
The suspense, romance and personal trauma of a father-daughter riff keeps you on the edge of your chair and daring anyone to interrupt you. Well done Ms Hannon.
the underlying sub plots by the bad guys.
He makes very eloquent attempts to give verbal inflections of different tones to each character. Some were good, some could have been better.
Why isn't someone making a file about this book?
My tag line would be:
"Has the F.B.I's best elite force met it's match?"
I plan to buy all of Irene Hannon's books from audible, I already have the published copies, but when driving these are so much more relaxing than radio or music.
I knew that this book had a Christian base and I was open to it but it was a little too back and white. The feelings expressed between the 2 main characters were too simplistic. I like the plot, the romance and the characters more developed and complicated. I listened to 3/4 of the book hoping it would get better. Usually a book pulls me in and I can't stop reading or listening but with this one I found that I was just passing the time. It feels more like a bad made for tv movie. Pretty predictable. I'm really surprised at the high reviews.
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