Rookie FBI Agent Kieralyn Beckett suspects a connection
between a string of kidnappings, but her team refuses to buy
into her theory without proof. Fearful that she’ll be taken
off the case if they discover that her college roommate was
the latest victim, she takes a poor quality recording, sent
to her just before her friend’s disappearance, to the only
man she thinks can help. The hard part will be convincing
him to listen to her.
Blinded as a child, Ian Cabrera is now the NSA’s expert
listener. He spends the majority of his days and nights
analyzing data while secretly searching for clues into the
location of his father, a CIA operative who went missing two
years earlier while on a case.
Kieralyn’s passion and determination, as well as the erotic
beat of her heart, spark his interest. A mention of his
father’s CIA code name on her recording has him agreeing to
work with Kieralyn in hopes of finding answers.
Can they embrace their differences and trust one another
long enough to discover that together they compliment one
another’s senses, creating a beautifully orchestrated team?
Well I have to say out of the fifteen or so books you just named, eight are on my wish list so far and now I'll have to check out the others. (Diane Sadler 2:50pm October 3, 2009)
Our Canadian cousin who is house bound and enjoys the books I send her. She thinks that we both are so similar that she and I must be cousins rather than she and my husband :>) (Karin Tillotson 1:01pm December 9, 2009)
My sister would love this book. She has a hard time getting around so she enjoys reading as an escape. (Theresa Buckholtz 1:06pm December 9, 2009)
I know my sister would love this book... It has caught my attention with just the teaser! Happy Holidays all! :) (Colleen Conklin 1:34pm December 9, 2009)
I want to give this book to my sister. She is an avid reader of many genres. (Leni Kaye 2:40pm December 9, 2009)
I would love to give this book to a member of our book circle, she loves romantic suspense! (Erin Thompson 3:42pm December 9, 2009)
Might sound selfish, but I want to give it to myself! I'm hoping for a "reader" for Christmas and this would make a great "first" e-read! Thanks! (Kelli Jo Calvert 4:50pm December 9, 2009)
Very intriguing trailer! I'd love to read this book myself. (LuAnn Morgan 5:48pm December 9, 2009)
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I would love to give this book to my sister, she can't afford to buy new books! She always gets mine from me! (Brenda Rupp 11:44pm December 9, 2009)
I would love to give this book to my daughter Tristan, whos birthday is tomorrow! 12/10/82...Happy Birthday Bug. She is coming home on the 23rd for Christmas. She would love this book! (Lisa Glidewell 12:51pm December 10, 2009)