My rating: 4 of 5 stars
“Sometimes good people have to do bad things,”
This book took me some time to figure out how to put what I wanted to say into words for my review.
At first it started out really slow, which is unusual for anyone that reads PJ Adams. Then it was skipping from past tense to present tense between both of the main characters Alex, and Sunita . It was slow until a quarter or so of the way in at least, but after getting through those periods of past present slowness you understand later that the information is quite crucial halfway in the book, carrying on to the end. You would be completely confused of the complexity in Alex, and Laura, as well as other important characters, and happenings. The Plot is terrific and catches you off guard and I must add The author wrote the ending with one he1l of a punch!
Some swoony worthy moments , a woman that isn't afraid to stand up for what she believes in whether its with guns pointed or drinking coffee, and a hero that will go beyond his own laws to protect and help the one he loves.
'Sometimes, even though the timing isn’t right, you need to take your opportunities rather than risk losing them forever.'
“I love you,” he whispered , and knew then that with those words he risked hurting her far more brutally than anything physical.
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