Monday, June 2, 2014

Forced Alliance by Lenora Worth



By-the-book FBI agent Josie Gilbert has no business falling for her confidential informant, but she can't walk away. She needs this case—her career needs this case. And suave thief turned FBI asset Connor Randall is too deep in the mob syndicate to pull out now. But when the crime boss they are trying to take down becomes a target himself, Josie is forced to take Connor into hiding without blowing his cover. Now, dodging hit men and fighting a perilous attraction, she has to make a life-and-death decision. Can she trust the man who has stolen her heart…or is he working one last con?

Product Details

Series: Love Inspired Suspense

Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
Publisher: Love Inspired (June 3, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0373446012
ISBN-13: 978-0373446018

My Review: Forced Alliance by Lenora Worth

31/2 stars

Forced Alliance is a good clean entertaining story. Most of the plot twists or the mystery I was able to guess right off. That is why I only gave 3 1/2 stars. I did like reading it.

Josie Gilbert is a FBI Agent that is working with a conman as her confidential informant. Josie likes him but does not trust him. She is determined to keep him safe and solve the case.

Connor Randall has been a conman for years. Now he wants to go straight. He is determined to make right choices from now on. His sister is sharing about Jesus Christ. He does like his mob boss and wants to bring him in and find his partner.

I like Connor and want to trust him. I also like most of the characters. Some of course are not meant to be liked.

Someone is trying to kill the mob boss, Josie and Connor to. Their is lots of drama, action and mystery while they try and find out who wants to kill them and find the evidence to bring down the whole mob.

Who is working with the mob boss? Will Josie ever fully trust Connor? Why does Connor want to go straight?

I like reading books from Lenora Worth and will continue to read more books from her in the future.

I was given this ebook to read for purpose of giving a honest review by Netgalley & Harlequin.

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