Reva Ewing, a security specialist for Roarke Enterprises, is a prime suspect in a double homicide. But Lieutenant Eve Dallas discovers that at nearly the exact time a kitchen knife was jammed into the victim's ribs, the pass code to his art studio was changed - and all of the data on his computer deliberately corrupted. Eve and Roarke must infiltrate an extraordinarily secretive government agency to expose the corruption at its core, before the virus spreads from one office to a corporation to the entire country.
Late at night Roarke gets a call, his personal assistant needs his help and so he and Eve go over to her daughters house. There they find Reva, in distress and with blood on her, claiming that she came home and was knocked out. Upon waking up she saw her husband and friend, in bed together, naked and dead. But is that how it happened? Or did Reva kill here. And what does Homeland Security want with this case so badly?
We have a lot of tension between Roarke and Eve in this book when they discover some secrets in both homeland Security and Eve's joint past. This creates a lot of pain for Eve in way of her memories and more nightmares, and a lot of anger from Roarke directed at those linked to Eve's past.
Somehow Eve has to find out what is going on and why but at the same time deal with the pain and fear of loving someone so much and the possibility of them doing something that could break or kill your relationship. Really well written.
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