386 pages of building tension, intensity and a twisting plot.
"Almost two decades ago a car accident thrust Rina Morell's life into darkness. Unable to deal with the traumatic loss of her mother, Rina's young mind erected a wall that blocked her vision and her memories of the event....[until, years later]...a series of "accidents" restores her physical sight, and a mysterious secondary vision.
When she discovers that her husband is the head of the infamous Chavez family, a drug cartel with powerful political and terrorist connections, and that he's responsible for her mother's death Rina is terrified. With the help of CIA agent JT Wyatt, she escapes into the Witness Security Program. But even anonymity can't protect her from the knowledge locked inside her head, or the fact that her ex-husband, a cold blooded killer, is still on the loose."
The sequel to this novel is "Double Vision, Killer Focus".
I enjoyed this story. It was a little hard to follow in the begining, but it got better at the end. The romance between Rina and JT was fun and believable. It was a quick, easy read. A drug cartel, WWII and bad guys what is not to enjoy?
Good book. Starts a little slow unless you know the banking, security business but it picks up soon and is easy to go on and read it within 2 days. I liked it.
I enjoyed reading this book so much that I need to find more books from this author.