As a cyber-hacker born into a family of thieves, Clarissa O’Connell thinks she’s seen the worst the criminal underworld has to offer - until her brother is arrested and she’s forced into a pact with the notorious crime boss known only as Solomon to free him.
For FBI agent Erik Langston, the world is divided into black and white, wrong and right. So he’s made it his life’s mission to hunt down Solomon. When Clarissa’s cyberattacks begin to topple Solomon’s enemies, Erik is hot on her trail, believing her to be the key to bringing down Solomon and his empire. But in a single instant, everything changes. Loyalties shift, the past loses meaning, and the hunter becomes the hunted. Now Erik and Clarissa are running for their lives, desperate to stay one step ahead of Solomon’s assassins. Survival means challenging everything they thought they knew - and daring to trust each other.
©2013 Tiffany Snow (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Better writing to start. The writing style is sophomoric, story predictable. The narration was another thing that got on my nerves.
I like this genre but I do not think I will ready this author again.
at least I got it as a daily deal and I did not use a credit.
It was a "Daily Deal" so I didn't have a lot invested in it and that's a good thing. The story was okay, and the narrator was fine for the women characters. Unfortunately the men all sounded the same so it was sometimes hard to tell who was talking. They kind of reminded me of the Scarecrow from "Wizard of Oz" -- not the brightest bulbs, but I think that was because of the voice given them.
I haven't read any others and am not likely to in the future.
See above -- her male voices were all the same and the one voioe was not a good one.
I didn't use any points and I didn't spend a lot of money. Both good things as far as this book is concerned.
Tanya Eby's lisp makes it difficult to even decipher some of the phrases. My fault, I didn't listen to a sample, but I think selling an audio book narrated by someone with a pronounced lisp is selling defective merchandise.
I LOVE books. And dogs & quilting & beading & volunteering.
Mediocre "FBI agent falls for the bad girl, the bad girl is really good" type tale.
Tanya Eby is just average as a narrator..she doesn't do justice to the sex scenes that are written in a so-so manner.
I listened to the whole thing but didn't feel compelled to pay attention very closely.
It's going back. It was a Daily Deal so it's really no biggie...no credit waste.
I really appreciate Audibles Return Policy..Thanks Audible!
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