About the Book
Dr. Ivy Collins, founder and CEO of Hedera, Inc., is ready to begin clinical trials of her company’s cutting-edge prosthetic. Her work has been heralded by government, medical, and advocacy groups and everyone hopes the device will be a success. Well, almost everyone. Someone is trying to sabotage Hedera and the launch, but to what purpose–and how far will they go to get what they want?
Meanwhile, U.S. Secret Service Agent Gil Dixon can’t believe he’s finally been reunited with Ivy, his childhood best friend. Now that he’s found her again, Gil intends to spend the rest of his life with her. But it will take all his skill to uncover the truth in time to save Ivy’s life’s work, her own life, and the innocent lives caught in the crossfire.
Perfectly balancing chilling suspense and uplifting romance, award-winning author Lynn H. Blackburn delivers a story of revenge, greed, and overcoming that you won’t want to put down no matter how late it gets.
“Malicious Intent has an addictive plot that delves into the dangerous underworld of digital crime, and the protagonists’ chemistry, brewed during a lifetime of friendship and romantic longing, positively sizzles.”–Booklist
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In My Opinion
Lynn H. Blackburn gives readers a romantic suspense that leans heavy on the romance aspect in Malicious Intent, and I am here for it.
Ivy and Gil reconnect after fifteen years after a horrifying incident for Ivy. There’s a strong history there with a lot of baggage to unpack, but Gil (and his twin sister) both want Ivy back in their lives.
I like a book with strong and intelligent women, and Ivy is exactly that. She knows what Gil and his friends are doing most of the time and understands their protection but sometimes chafes at it.
Fans of Blackburn will appreciate the cameos from some of the characters in her previous series while enjoying the camaraderie and closeness of this new team of secret service agents. And I didn’t see the person behind it all coming.
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