Perilous Trust (Off The Grid: FBI, #1) by Barbara Freethy

Perilous Trust (Off The Grid: FBI, #1)Perilous Trust by Barbara Freethy
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

It’s good but a little low on suspense for my tastes and for some reason I just didn’t feel the attraction. You know when you watch a movie and the two main stars just don’t seem to have on-screen chemistry? It was like that. This was my first time reading this author and I’ve heard so many great things and she has tons of books, so maybe this one wasn’t one of better novels. I’ll read another someday and make my mind up then.

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Synopsis: It was one dark night that brought Damon Wolfe and Sophie Parker together. They were two tortured souls, looking for escape, and they weren’t supposed to see each other ever again…

Four years later, Sophie’s FBI father, who is also Damon’s mentor, is killed in a suspicious car crash after leaving Sophie a cryptic message to trust no one from the agency. When Damon shows up looking for her, she isn’t sure if he’s friend or enemy, but she knows he could easily rip apart what is left of her heart.

The last thing Damon wants is to get involved with Sophie again. It was hard enough to walk away the first time. But she’s in trouble, her father’s reputation is under attack, and the lives of his fellow agents are at stake if there’s a traitor in their midst.

When someone starts shooting at them, they have no choice but to go on the run and off the grid. Everyone in their world becomes a suspect. They want to uncover the truth, but will it turn out to be the last thing they expect? Proving her father’s innocence might just cost them their hearts…and their lives…

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