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Paradise has no protection from an insidious cult.

Wired in to her computers, MMA-fighting tech agent Sophie Ang has been content in her clean, cool tech lab, where she chases criminals online, continuing a dance in the dark with the enigmatic vigilante known as the Ghost. 

Tumultuous changes from without and within eject her from her agency cocoon to the front lines, where she finds herself in partnership with a brilliant, overbearing, larger-than-life ex-Special Forces operative called Jake Dunn. They climb walls, dodge bullets, kidnap children, and dig up bodies for a case that might cost her life and has already taken her badge.

"Neal's writing is persistently riveting... Masterly." (Kirkus Reviews)

“Toby Neal has created a wonderfully rounded action heroine with everything: looks, brains, mixed martial arts prowess, and the ability to swear proficiently in Thai and English. Fans will love Sophie Ang, as well as the tangled web she must negotiate in the tropical setting of Hawaii.” (Russell Blake, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author)

©2016 Toby Neal (P)2019 Toby Neal

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Redemption! Book 2 is much better than book 1.

This is what I'm used to. The narrator was excellent. the voices distinct. I was able to connect so easily. I often wonder why all of the heroines have such traumatic and devastating issues associated with sexual trauma, but it works for Sophie. Book 2 is far better than book 1.