She couldn't get him out of her mind - and that's when the trouble started.
FBI Special Agent Alana Matheson is good at her job, despite a past that would make even a seasoned agent cringe. She has no time for the outside help the victims' family has brought in on a kidnapping case, no matter how good looking he is.
But galactic tracker Gabriel Cruz is no ordinary private investigator, and the skills he brings to the job will save both their lives. Because Lana and Gabriel are not the only ones seeking an unusual little boy and his mother. Their rivals in the chase are not of this world, and only an alliance built on the bonds of love can ensure that Lana and Gabriel beat the alien hunters to their prey.
A Golden Heart Finalist, Trouble in Mind is the pause-register sequel to Donna S. Frelick's debut, Unchained Memory.
©2015 Donna Frelick (P)2016 Donna Frelick
The plot was really intriguing and the performance was outstanding. So many well-developed characters, yet it was easy to keep them all straight.
It's hard to pick just one character, but my favorites include Alana, Gabriel, Jack, Trevyn, Kinnian, and Geneva Tuhawks. Kinnian was not exactly "likeable" but his character was well-developed and precisely performed.
It was all good, but I really liked the intonation of voice for the Dineh characters and the Minertsans. With so many complicated characters, the narrator did a great job of helping the listener keep everything straight.
Yes, but unfortunately I didn't have the time to do that.
This was such a great listen and captivated my attention for the entire book. With some books, you have to listen for a while before it really captures one's attention, but not this one! Great from start to finish.
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