About the Book
Lyla Fox knows she has a reputation at the SNAP Agency for impulsivity, but when she receives a threatening letter from a man she helped put in prison, she can’t stop herself from going all in to find out why he’s coming after her. Unfortunately, she’s going to need the help of the one person who questions her reckless choices more than anyone else.
Explosives and weapons specialist Nicolas Garcia agrees to help Lyla in order to keep her safe, but her recklessness continues to be a major concern, especially when her investigation into a conspiracy puts a target on her back. Dealing with bombs is dangerous. Working with Lyla is proving to be just as treacherous–to both the mission and his heart.
Natalie Walters closes out her SNAP Agency series with a bang with this nail-biting story of a deadly government conspiracy, an unlikely couple, and an ending that will leave you breathless.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
While I read Blind Trust by Natalie Walters a couple of weeks ago, I am just now getting around to the review, and the one element of the story that sticks out to me is the push and pull between Lyla and Nic. I do not remember any of the suspense parts of the story, which says a lot about that piece of this romantic suspense. But in full disclosure, I have read or listened to five or six books since I finished this one.
If you have not read the previous books in this series, it may take you a little while to catch up (but you will) as Lyla and Nic’s relationship is pretty much evident from the first time readers meet the SNAP agents. I also knew from the beginning of the series that these two opposite personalities would end up together.
Overall, the story was middle of the road, nothing new, nothing memorable, but still a nice way to pass an evening or two.
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