I dreamed about this doggone book
for heaven’s sake!
Hunting the Kobra came out last week, and I’m a little stunned at the reaction, which has been amazing:
- #69 in the Espionage Thrillers Hot New Releases.
- 4.9 Star review rating
- 54 reviews across all sites and booksellers.
As it’s the first book in the series, I was nervous going into the release — one never knows quite how a new series will go over.
This one, so far, seems to be a fairly enthusiastic thumbs up. Some of the reviews are very positive:
Just when you think you know exactly where the story is going she steers it in the opposite direction.
Seriously, I really hated this book. I could not put it down once it started rolling. I dreamed about this doggone book for heaven’s sake! You can’t tell who’s good or bad because they keep you spinning around. This one is good! Nope, he’s bad! Nope he’s………..I’m so confused!
Every time I thought I had it figured out another twist or turn would make me second guess and start to suspect someone else.
Has it all: mystery, intrigue, action, espionage AND a heroine that isn’t too stupid to live.
When they say no one is who they seem to be, take it seriously. What an amazing page turning, can’t put it down, sitting on the edge of your seat book!
No one is who they seem to be. No one at all…
When her lover and partner, Denis, dies in a random terrorist bombing, Quinn craves answers no one can give her.
An international businessman, Elijah Aslan, who says he once knew Denis well, seems to need the same answers. He alone understands Quinn’s pain.
Yet Aslan is not the simple businessman he appears to be. Flagged by the CIA, Aslan’s contact with Quinn sends up alarms and thrusts Quinn into the middle of an affair with unseen roots in Denis’ past, and with world-shaking consequences if Quinn doesn’t play her part perfectly…
This romantic thriller is the first book in the Project Kobra series.
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