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FBI special agent Devyn Nash is obsessed with taking down Coterie, a deadly group out to control the multibillion dollar a year diet product industry. The FBI's plan to expose Coterie places Devyn's best friend and her partner's fiancé in the crosshairs of this ruthless organization.
Can Devyn protect her friend and bring the coldblooded killers to justice before they strike again, while distracted by injury, a sexist bully, and a long-distance relationship with a handsome Wyoming sheriff?
Lobbyist and Coterie assassin Sofia Wilks wants nothing more than to regain control of her life. Sofia knows Devyn is nipping at her heels, but the FBI agent isn't the worst of her fears. She is drawn to a man who has the power to destroy her.
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- J. Augustine
Their lives or more intertwined than they know...
I'm going to start off this review by saying that I made a big mistake in listening to this audiobook. Not for the reasons you might automatically think but because I didn't realize A Foundation Of Fear was the third book in the Risky Research series. Trust me, the books in this series are not standalone. Because of that I spent more time trying to understand what was going on than I did actually just enjoying the story. Don't get me wrong, as a suspense novel it wasn't too bad at all, and as an audiobook it was pretty good. I just had no clue who was who and what was going on.
This is the first book that I've read by Kim McMahill but I have a couple more so it certainly won't be the last. But, I have to tell you something, this is the first time that I ever remember liking a villain and almost sympathizing more than I did with the heroine. It was a totally weird feeling but I think it shows a fascinating facet of this particular author's writing style. Hey, with all of the books I read each year it's kinda nice to be caught off guard once in awhile.
As I mentioned I did listen to A Foundation Of Fear as an audiobook. I felt that overall the production quality was pretty good and did justice to Kim McMahill's novel. The narrator's voice was a good match for the characters and easy to listen to. While, I did make the mistake of listening to book 3 first I do know that I am now pretty curious about how and where it all started...
(I received a copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions are entirely my own.)
- Ellen Oceanside
FBI plans to expose Coterie, Sophie wants her life back. Her assistant was murdered, who to trust. There was a deadly group who wanted the diet company and willing to keep killing to get it. Good plot and the audio added to the suspense. You could hear the fear of emotion in Sophia from the narrator. Given audio for my voluntary review and my honest opinion