Monday, April 24, 2023

Blind Trust (The SNAP Agency #3) by Natalie Walters from Revell Publishing

ISBN: 9780800739805
$16.99 Paperback

My thoughts:
 The trio series about "The SNAP Agency" (think CIA and other alphabet governmental agencies) concludes with Blind Trust in  a convoluted, multi-storyline that features the dynamic duo Lyla and Garcia. This duo was one team of several in The SNAP  Agency and their relationship - working and personal - was most elusive.

The story opens with a threatening letter to Lyla from a man she helped put in prison (a crime-stoppers ongoing fear), and then that threat opens the door to cavernous situations and challenges both personal and professional for Lyla, Garcia, and other SNAP Agency team members.

As the story comes to a conclusion a series of events explodes into rabbit trails of propitious proportion. Excitement! Trust! Fear! Bits of humor, and a budding romance that you wonder will ever flower.

The author has a talent for creating intense situations, strong characters, believable scenarios, and mind-warping conclusions.

A good read. Clean. Worth sharing. 

About the book: 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 Nicolás 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.

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and author to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given. 

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