Of the six Montgomery brothers, Zach has always walked on the wild side. He rocketed to fame playing a hero in a movie, but off screen he’s living in the shadows. Zach’s dark secret: He leads a double life as a CIA operative. When a mission to stalk a terrorist goes horribly wrong, Zach’s cover is blown. He’s on the run and fighting to stay alive long enough to discover whom he can trust - and who betrayed him.
Jenna Walters thought she’d married the perfect man - until she unearthed his terrible secret. Now, desperate to escape his crosshairs, she and her son take refuge in Zach’s secret hideaway. Sparks fly between Zach and Jenna even as danger explodes around them.
From Afghanistan to Turkey to the mountains of Colorado, assassins track them and are closing in. Not only is Zach’s life at stake, but now Jenna and her son are targets in this high-stakes game.
©2013 Robin Perini (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Perini refreshes romantic suspense...with high-tech armament and high-heat passion." (Publishers Weekly on In Her Sights)
I was usually save my credits for more expensive books, but I'm glad I got this one, it's a sweet story with lots of emotion, If your looking for hot sex, keep looking, but if you want a satisfying story with a great narrator this is it. I will be looking for more from this author! One thing though, it's a bit unbelievable how much havoc one lady and a kid can wreak on one mans life. I think I would have told her to get lost several times along the way! but if you can suspend belief as easily as I can It's an enjoyable read.
Superb narration. No complaints on that score. As for the story, it's your typical romantic suspense. I'd give the text about 3.5 or 4 stars. It's enjoyable, entertaining, and somewhat heartwarming, even though fairly extreme, with some plot holes.
I figured out the villain's identity easily and quickly. The author makes everything clear. Not much guesswork needed to comprehend the plot or predict what will happen next. No surprises.
I liked the scenes with the Mongomery brothers teaming up to fight the baddies. Happy to see Zach reunited into the clan. Good scenes with their mother, Anna. The SWOT team sniper, Jasmine, from book 1, plays a small role, too.
Decent romantic relationship development. One sex scene, at about 75% into the story. I liked the hero and heroine, but they both carried around too much guilt and regret. Personally, I grow bored with internal rumination, especially when it's focused on past regrets.
Lots of scenes center around the five year old boy, Sam. If you don't like children in the story, this is not for you. Personally, I do like kids, if done well. Sam's dialogue and characterization is fairly believable here, but not quite right.
Some basic swearing, but not very much, and little or no profanity. One sex scene. Some beatings, violence, and bloody murder.
Enjoyable, I think the plot was good, and I liked the narrator, I would recommend getting the series.
Here again a great story with well thought out plot. Loved the narrater, and the fact she used someone else for this second in the series. Sometimes you need the same narrator but with this it works. I liked the first book but this one was even better. I don't see a third??? Hope there is a story for each of the four remaining brothers coming soon.
It would be awesome audio or written
Love story, secerts and on the edge of the sit listening.
all if it.
the mom being injuried and bring the son's together
Love the book can't wait to listen to Book II
Use books for escape- typically avoid nonfiction. Enjoy action-romance, espionage/military, sci-fi. Skilled writing is most important.
This 5 hour book has some action and the threads of the story are interesting in places, but overall, predictable. Guy and girl fall in love (quickly), but can't be together; and then,circumstances force them to weave their way through danger. For those readers who want bedroom scenes, this book might be a disappointment as there are only a one or two.
The 'bad guys' are written with a heavy hand. The author actually uses the words, "pure evil." The 'good guys' are better balanced - lie and kill, but do so for their country, not profit. This line of thought can give a reader something to think about, i.e. is it right to kill for any reason? However, the author does not necessarily intend to lead readers to deeper thinking. This is a fairly shallow story, with fairly shallow characters, but I was ok with that.
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