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By Manchester TOP 500 REVIEWER
A raw and gritty book of love and violence as the relationship between Jan and Ward and the CIA and the tragedies they encounter kept them down. A gut wrenching novel with authentic moments from political motives and the laws that can ruin those who disobey, it gave me the grit and edge similar to Robert Ludlum. Not quite as good, but different with more of a woman's edge. Very good though.
Sunday, August 10, 2014
What happens when your past confronts your future?
In the world she lived in, she had played many roles, breathed many lives, but she had purposely left one life in the dark. Jan’s childhood hadn’t been anything she had ever wanted to remember, so when the secret government agency called, she left her troubled past behind. Jan built a new life with her husband, but after years of running covert ops where lies and deceit were part of the game, something forced Jan to take a look at an all too familiar path. The past would rear its ugly head and Jan would need to make a choice, but she was going to have to decide on what life she would live, and how she was going to live it.
Monday, August 4, 2014
Here's one of many reviews....
5.0 out of 5 stars Really great read June 12, 2013
Annay Dawson has created an exciting character with Agent Jack Golightly. Stuck in the jungle with Wade and having attracted the attention of someone who'd prefer to see them both out of the picture, the two must look outside the box just to stay alive. Wade's wife, Jan, is a serious bad-a herself. The premise of them all being telepaths is pretty cool, and is done in a manner that didn't require me to suspend disbelief as I went along. Jan and Wade's relationship takes on a new depth with their ability to literally get into each other's heads, but that ability is what's enabling Bobby to home in on them. The story is fascinating and impossible to put down, and the writer did a great job with the plot and characters.