It’s been a crazy week (in more ways than one). Stay safe, stay healthy, read books!
About the Book
Young CIA officer Talia Inger has reconciled with the man who assassinated her father, but that doesn’t mean she wants him hovering over her every move and unearthing the painful past she’s trying to put behind her. Still, she’ll need him–and the help of his star grifter, Valkyrie–if she hopes to infiltrate the Jungle, the first ever crowdsourced crime syndicate, to rescue a group of kidnapped refugee children.
But as Talia and her elite team of thieves con their way into the heart of the Jungle, inching ever closer to syndicate boss the White Lion, she’ll run right up against the ragged edge of her family’s dark past. In this game of cat and mouse, it’s win . . . or die. And in times like that, it’s always good to have someone watching your back.
Former tactical deception officer and stealth pilot James Hannibal takes you deep undercover into the criminal underworld where everyone has an angle and no one escapes unscathed.
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Now it’s your turn! Grab the book nearest you and drop the first line in the comments. Then head over to Hoarding Books and discover what others are sharing this week!
Sounds so interesting!! Happy Friday!
Perrianne Askew says
Death prowled the cellblock like a dark animal seeking prey – especially the weakest. The House at the End of the Moor by Michelle Griep.
Beauty in the Binding says
Happy Friday! Today, I’m sharing the first line from Like Flames in the Night by Connilyn Cossette: “Nothing would stop me from claiming this victory.”
Nicole Santana says
Today I’m sharing from Sand Creek Serenade by Jennifer Uhlarik: https://christianfictiongirl.blog/2020/03/13/first-line-friday-127/. I’m currently on chapter 10, so I’ll share a line from there.
“Five Kills tried to work moisture into his dry throat.”
Hope you have a great weekend. Happy reading! ❤
Happy Friday! I’m sharing from The Outlaw’s Daughter by Margaret Brownley today. Here is the first line of chapter 16:
“The house was small and sparsely furnished but had a warm, homey feeling that filled Matt with an unfamiliar longing.”
Have a great weekend!
Paula Shreckhise says
My first line is from Woman of Sunlight by Mary Connealy.
November 1873 Hope Mountain, Near Bucksnort, near Grizzly Peak, Colorado
“You look awful.” Mitch Warden poured himself a cup of coffee and studied Ilsa Nordegren’s face as she stepped into the kitchen.