Chapter Nine – Reckless Whisper

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Reckless Whisper (Off The Grid: FBI Trilogy #2)
By Barbara Freethy

Page turning, twists and turns, edge of your seat, intriguing suspenseful romance thriller. What more could you want.

Barbara Freethy has pulled another one out of the hat. You are not going you put this down once you start it.

Bree Adams is a FBI Agent and is working in New York Agency in the CARD (Critical Action Response Detail) division. They help law enforcement find endangered children. She is working on a case for a serial killer/kidnapper that has been abducting 10-year-old girls and leaving a white rose. Bree receives a call from her boss and she has to head to Chicago where an another 10-year-old girl has been taken and a white rose was left. Bree grew up in Chicago and has not been back there since she escaped 10 years prior. Bree has kept some secrets for the past 10 years that she does not want anyone to know about.

On returning to Chicago Bree goes to interview the only witness to the kidnapping. When the door opens it is her old friend Nathan Bishop behind the door, it is his sister Josie’s daughter that was the witness. Nathan helped Bree escape Chicago back when she was a teenager. He knows all her secrets. Their friendship ignites and the romance starts to hit the pages. You find yourself hooked on their relationship and want the HEA for them.

There are so many twist and turns is this book it will keep you guessing right till the end. Oh, by the way you better hold on as you are in for one hell of a ride. I have to admit that I Did not work out the kidnapper until it was there in black and white. I usually work it out sooner but Barbara did a great job of hiding clues right in front of us.

Now all I can say is Barbara has drawn me into this series and I am anxiously awaiting the next book. Which is Desperate Play.

Thank you to Barbara Freethy for this ARC in exchange for an open and honest review.

Expected publication: March 21st 2018 by Fog City Publishing, LLC

5 Cup

See you in the next chapter.

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