Dec 20, 2017

Book Review: Find Me

As the head of the government’s secret Vigilance spy program, computer guru China Mack already has her hands full when her billionaire boyfriend, Jackson Cooper, asks for one of them in marriage.

Thrown for a loop by the sudden proposal, China’s usually well-ordered life takes another hit when someone tries to assassinate the president. Even that comes with a shocking twist: the primary suspect is none other than her ex-partner, Clark Slattery. With nowhere else to turn, the sexy loner needs China’s help and expertise. Clark has linked the assassination attempt to a failed secret operation undertaken six years ago—and a deadly cover-up that’s putting the leader of the free world in the crosshairs. But the president isn’t the only one in harm’s way.

Now, China is going to have to dig deep for information that’s beyond even her clearance. And what she discovers may have far-reaching consequences for her life and everyone else in it.

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I absolutely loved this book!   A lot of my reaction to a book is emotional. Yes I do automatically check for errors.  I can't help it and if I do find them, I let you know.  But if there are none then it is all about how the book made me feel.

First and foremost is China. I can very easily relate to her and even put myself in her place though I am far from a genius.  But she is torn between two good men and I have been there before and it is far from a comfortable place to be.  I couldn't sit this book aside to go to sleep because I wanted (needed) to know her decision.  There were some hard scenes before she made of her mind.  Scenes that had me break down in tears.  And I am still not sure that her mind is made up!

I highly recommend this book and this series to anyone that enjoys romantic suspense.  It is extremely well written and very easy to fall head first into the characters themselves.  If you haven't read the first two then I do recommend starting out with the first and working your way through the series.   

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.


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