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Edge of Control (Edge Security Series Book 1)

by Trish Loye

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Sometimes there are military operations that need to be done but can't go through normal channels. That's when E.D.G.E. Security is called in. The E.D.G.E. operators are soldiers and spies that have the skills and abilities to get the job done. E.D.G.E. was trying to recruit Navy SEAL Jake ‘College’ Harrison but he liked being a SEAL and didn't think he could do as much good for his country if he were to become an E.D.G.E. operator so he's resisting them.

Dani had not had an easy life. Wanting to turn her life around, she was happy when she got a job at E.D.G.E. in IT as an expert hacker so she could do something good that she could be proud of. And be away from the Russian mob.

Jake was given a trial assignment that he was told would be simple. It wasn't so simple with the target being the Russian mob. Since Dani spoke Russian she was a great asset to the mission. When Dani's best friend was kidnapped, she was determined to find her. After using her hacking skills, she was sure the Russian mob was behind it and knew just who to go to in order to get her friend back. But by doing this, Dani ended up compromising Jake's mission and alerting the ones she was hiding from, that she was still alive.

Trish Loye is a very illustrative writer making it easy to picture the events taking place. This book is a great read and definitely captures the reader in the story line, but that wouldn't work if she didn't have good characters. Jake and Dani are such strong individuals stuck in a situation that will take all their skills to get out of, that I couldn't read fast enough to find out how they handled it.

This is the type of book where you'll want to clear some time and just sit and read it. You won't want to put it down. But be warned, it's like riding a roller coaster of emotions. ( )
  JoAB | Apr 24, 2017 |
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