CIA Agent Patrick Killion is on a secret mission to hunt down the ruthless female assassin hired to kill the vice president of the United States. The trail leads him to the Colombian rainforest, and an earnest biologist, Audrey Lockhart, whose work on poison dart frogs gives her access to one of the deadliest substances on Earth - the same substance used to murder the VP.
When Audrey is attacked by the local drug cartel, Killion steps in and hustles her out of harm's way, determined to find out what she knows. His interrogation skills falter somewhere between saving her life and nursing her back to health as he realizes she's innocent, and he ends up falling for her. Audrey has a hard time overlooking the fact that Killion kidnapped her, but if she wants to get her life back and track down the bad guys, she has to trust him. Then someone changes the rules of their cat and mouse game, and now they're the ones being hunted - by a cold-blooded killer who is much closer than they think.
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Another great installment
Yes audio edition is better for me because I can listen anywhere...car, work, etc.
The plot is complex, very interesting without being overwhelming or bogged down with fillers plus there are no loose ends…This is exactly how I like my serial stories because each different set of characters have their own story to tell instead of piggy-backing (unfinished business) of the previous one.
Several but one of my most favorite scenes is when Patrick comes to Audrey parents house, riding a red Harley.
I chuckled a few times at the antics of the Patrick & Audrey but mostly had my thinking cap on trying to help them solve the case.
Toni Anderson is one of the BEST romantic suspense authors ever! Patrick is like a secret CIA hitman, he gets the job done and moves on. Audrey is a smart chick that fights back when she blindly gets tangled up in a web of drugs and greed but whose the real enemy?
The narrator also did an awesome job.