Back of the book....
"When one of her clients is murdered, Grace quickly realizes that computer security specialist Stephen Shaw wasn't suffering from paranoia. What she doesn't know is that someone believes Shaw gave her a viral piece of information before he died--- and they are ready to silence her at any cost. Her only hope may be an old friend, Detective Nate Quinn, who has just been cleared for active duty after a bombing killed his partner and left him dealing with PTSD."
But... the book was surely worth the wait. The action was intense, and the first time I picked it up, I was on page 54 before I realized what was happening to me... (You know, the swirling vortex of a good book) This book has no slow moments. It's crazy from the first moment on. The characters just suck you in and make you feel like you know them. I loved the characters. And I was really annoyed with the bad guy, who had me fooled. I really like figuring out the bad guy beforehand, but this time I didn't. If I were Grace, I'd a been cooked goose. I also liked the fact that Danielle had juvenile diabetes, cause so does my roommate, and it was just another something that made the story real to me. (Bonus points that my roommate and Danielle are both banned from eating cookies currently ;) ) I really liked how the emotional side of life was a focus in this story, and how it was portrayed was really well done. Also, WHY DO THEY ALWAYS STAB PEOPLE WITH DRUGS IN NEEDLES!!??????!! [sorry.... not a needle person...] Can we also just take a moment and freak out over this weird grid thing... like oh my goodness? The world has better technology than innocent little me ever imagined! WOW! That was freaky. But I'm okay. I survived. And I'm ready to read another... which might just make me an adrenaline junkie.
I received this book in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts and comments are my own.