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Breaking Me In: Part One

by Penelope L'Amoreaux

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Alice has been training for the past seven years to be a spy. But not just any spy for the government but one to help get personal information from dignitary by way of physic abilities. Alice is to help block what the physic are thining to the dignitary. But the plan back fires when a special dignitary wants Alice. This is Where William steps in.

William has been in the spy business longer than Alice and he has a certain skill that none know knows about except the director and his self. Si when Alice is picked Will offers to use is ability to help her out. And everyone agrees. This is where things start getting a little tricky. Will Alice be able to pull off this little scheme or not.

This was an interesting Book. I can't wait to read Part Two of this book. I would re-read this book again. I recommend this book to others. ( )
  shyalwayz | Jan 31, 2015 |
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