Five years earlier Luke Edgars and Abigail Whitson met at FLETC, the training center for government agents. It was instant dislike. She thought him an arrogant, showoff flirt, he thought it would be safer for everyone if she stayed behind her analyst's desk. She's in trouble....
Now Luke's world turns sideways when he finds Abby standing in the middle of a bloody crime scene and the victim has vanished. He needs to protect her....
Luke realizes that not only does Abby need his help to find her friend, but the friend has put Abby in the crosshairs of a dangerous group who will stop at nothing to hide their secrets.
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By Ms. SGM on 04-07-2018
A blast from the past
Luke Edgars was on his way home from one mission went he gets a call to another one. He's tired but shadowing an office agent checking up on a possible money fraud is an easy gig. However, when he goes to the airport all he picks up is a note to meet at another address. Fuming Luke gets there and sees the one women he'd ever walked away from agent Abigail Witsik. He never believed an intellect like hers should be at risk doing field work. Doing everything in his power, after training she got a safe office job. He couldn't be with her then but now everything could depend on her intellect, believing she can handle herself and not die in his arms.
During their days in training, Abby thought Luke Edgars was out to get her. She never understood why he always picked on her faults in physical training but praise her intellect and number crunching. Graduation night, after getting a little tipsy, she made an advance on him and he walked out of her life for good or so she thought. Calling for a field agent escort she never dreamed that agent would be Luke Edgers, but now that he's here she's determined to prove all the teasing he gave her was wrong in time enough to save her friend.
By Clare on 06-02-2018
This was my least favorite Suzanne Ferrell Edgars family story. The main characters were just annoying. I found look to be condescending and irritating. Abby did not come across as a strong female character. I think a good portion of that sentiment is due to the narration. The way Abby was voiced was very childlike and weak. She should have been pushing back on Luke’s attitude a heckuva lot more with than she did - especially when he couldn’t get her best friend’s name right. Her best friend was in danger, they had no idea where she was, and they suspected she was being tortured. Yet, he disrespected the friendship consistently. I really was annoyed by that. Found myself rolling my eyes at the dialogue a lot. There was also something not quite right with the production. Sometimes the narrator sounded like he was in a very small room because the voice would get very loud suddenly. It was only worth the listen to advance the story and introduce the characters that may be needed in later novels in the series. I may have thought differently if I had actually read the book instead of listening to it. I think the narrator weakened the story.