Ian promised Kate that life with him would never be boring, but spending her days picking out paint colors and going to Pilates isn't going to cut it. Meanwhile, Ian discovers that building a white-hat security firm from the ground up seems harder the second time around, and he might have underestimated how much he'd miss the undercover work he walked away from. To make matters worse, the hacktivists are threatening national security, and the task force could really use Ian's help. Kate and Ian have always worried that their past would catch up to them, and when faced with the biggest showdown of their lives, they must capitalize on the one thing they excel at most: teamwork.
©2016 Tracey Garvis Graves (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC
Too busy to read as much as I'd like, Audible is the perfect solution. I'm a romance reader mostly, but can stray into any story.
I have been waiting to continue Kate and Ian's story on Audible since Heart Shaped Hack was released and I was not disappointed.
The first 2/3 of the story is Kate and Ian doing what they do best... being freaking adorable and funny. I listened with a smile on my face and a swoon in my heart.
The last 1/3 was exactly what I expect from a Tracey Garvis Graves book, intense, nail biting, stressful and edge of the seat exciting.
I love these 2 books so much and both are completely credit worthy.
Kristin Condon is fantastic in this book. It's written in 3rd person and I think Kristin is more of a story teller than a narrator. She doesn't really switch up voice or tone or dialect but I'm not complaining! In a 3rd person book, she is perfection. And her voice is so smooth and easy to listen to. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I was super excited to listen to the next book in Kate and Ian's story but I could barely handle pushing through to the end. The term sweetness started to make me gag, you can only use it so many times before it's a nauseating term of endearment. I just couldn't get past that and all the sex to root of the story, which was minimal. I am not a prude in anyway but I really liked the story in the first book and wanted more meat to continue on in the the second book.
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