Since Sean Rogan began working for his brothers’ consulting company, he’s made it his mission to prove himself, that he’s not the screw up he was to them in college. But since he began his relationship with FBI Agent in Training Lucy Kincaid, Sean wants to do everything he can to support her career and not be the reason she’s held back. So, when he’s offered an undercover assignment that will permanently clear his name, he grabs the opportunity despite it being connected to FBI Agent Noah Armstrong. It was always going to be a dicey operation but it develops into a bigger enterprise than they’d anticipated, endangering those close to Sean.
I’ve liked Sean but have kept him at arm’s length given that he’s keeping some pretty big secrets from Lucy, though his love for her is never in question. Because I knew going into the story it was primarily about him, I wasn’t all that eager to start. However, it didn’t take long for me to get completely immersed in it, embracing all things Sean. He’s a complicated man, much more than I’d given him credit to be, and his actions here won me over. He made decisions that were extremely hard, always putting friends and family first, displaying extraordinary skills to read people and escape out of tough situations.
The excitement is at a high level and the tension even more. There are a lot of threads to untangle and sketchy people on both sides of the law to make it difficult to discern the good guys from the bad. I listened to the story and the narrator delivered a great performance. I liked that Kate Udall didn’t succumb to the trend of altering her voice for male characters. She’s a wonderful storyteller, elevating a really good story to new heights. This series just keeps getting better and better.
- Release Date: July 1, 2013
- Series: Lucy Kincaid #6
- Narrator: Kate Udall
- Audio Length: 12 hours, 6 minutes
- Publisher: Macmillan Audio