The Job

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The Job

Right from the start I liked Sera and the situation she was in. I mean really what do you do when your cover is blown? Deny the truth? Make the accuser sound like they're crazy? Admit it and hope you can get away? In Sera's case she denies it and winds up being a part of a bank robbery where her ex, Tor works. She had it in control until Tor came down the stairs and said her name, from then on it’s a battle of life, death, survival and defusing bombs before the bad guys set them off.

Tor is the manager at her bank and she never thought that when she went to work traffic would be a nightmare because a building blew up. Or that her bank would be taken hostage and robbed. Or that her ex would be one of the bad guys and that she would not only lose one of her own but it would be one of them who gave the bad guys a key to get into employee only parts of the building.

I was drawn in right from the start and it was really something to read. Not only that but Sera kept a cool head and kept the hostages calm when she could have made it worse by freaking out. The whole storyline was amazing and even though the book ended abruptly it was a fantastic read and gave you a feeling of more to come.


Book Blurb for The Job

FBI agent Sera Warren has been working undercover to track a domestic terrorist group to its origins. When her cover is blown, her priority shifts from closing her case to just making it through the day alive. She ends up in the middle of a bank heist, pointing a gun at her ex-girlfriend, Torrence ?Tor” Jewel. She sees a flicker of recognition in Tor’s eyes as she pulls her gun and yells, ?On the floor!”

Before Tor can fully register that ?the one who got away” is standing in front of her, she’s pushed facedown onto the floor. Sera might as well shoot her now because as soon as she gets up, Tor’s going to kill her. Or kiss her. She’s still undecided.

First, they have to survive their reunion, then they can worry about happily ever after.


Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2014 4.50