Book Review

Find Me by Tiffany Snow

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Romantic Suspense
Author: Tiffany Snow
Publisher: Montlake Publishing
Date Published: September 19, 2017
Pages: 290

 

As the head of the government’s secret Vigilance spy program, computer guru China Mack already has her hands full when her billionaire boyfriend, Jackson Cooper, asks for one of them in marriage.

Thrown for a loop by the sudden proposal, China’s usually well-ordered life takes another hit when someone tries to assassinate the president. Even that comes with a shocking twist: the primary suspect is none other than her ex-partner, Clark Slattery. With nowhere else to turn, the sexy loner needs China’s help and expertise. Clark has linked the assassination attempt to a failed secret operation undertaken six years ago—and a deadly cover-up that’s putting the leader of the free world in the crosshairs. But the president isn’t the only one in harm’s way.

Now, China is going to have to dig deep for information that’s beyond even her clearance. And what she discovers may have far-reaching consequences for her life and everyone else in it.

 

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This is book 3 in the Corrupted Hearts series and while it’s shorter than the previous 2, it’s also packed full of excitement, and this one even made me shed some tears, unlike the first 2. Another book I polished off in less than 24 hours, I just didn’t want to put it down. I laugh at China’s uses of Idioms and her excitement when she gets them right. In this book, we are greeted with a super excited China Mack who has been getting ready for Valentines Day with the help of her teenage niece, who she has guardianship over. She’s so excited because this is her first ever time being on a date on Valentines Day! The first time she’s ever had a boyfriend on Valentines Day! I’d have been excited too. I was reading and I told my husband I want a Valentines Day like China’s boyfriend, Jackson Cooper gives her! He laughed at me. -.- I love all of Tiffany Snow’s Harry Potter references since I am one of the world’s biggest HP nerds! And as I mentioned in my review for Break Me, We DO get to see Kathleen Turner in this one, though very very briefly.

I can’t imagine some of the dilemmas that China finds herself into, but she does! I’m not sure if I would be strong enough to get myself out alive, but she is. Another 5 star read from Ms. Snow!

 

 

 

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