Friday, April 22, 2011

Threat of Exposure



Papers full of indecipherable codes are all that stand between DEA agent Brock Marting and drugs crossing the border. But if he wants to crack the case, he'll have to work with Texas Ranger Gisella Hernandez.

Brock feels the case is way too dangerous for a female agent -- especially one who refuses to admit she needs protection. Yet as they work together under the most dangerous threat of exposure, Brock discovers Gisella is stronger than she seems. And that his cowboy heart isn't so tough after all.

My Review:

Eason is one of my favourite suspense authors and she doesn't disappoint in this one. Action and suspense abound and the plot is rife with clues, some of which were indecipherable to me. In fact, I'd dare anyone to figure out the key to the puzzle. I am still gobsmacked over Eason's brilliance.

Gisella is "softness laced with steel" and Brock is quickly smitten. Eason pulls the romantic tension taut and it progresses nicely in between multiple action scenes. Brock and Gisella don't get a break, and either do Eason's readers as one adrenaline rush peaks into another. This is a compulsive read that packs quite a punch.

Reminder: If you would like a chance to win a copy of Threat of Exposure by Lynette Eason, leave a comment below. A draw will be held on Sunday April 24 for all the books I read between April 11 - 23. For more information about the Giveaway check out the April Showers Bring Reading Hours blog posted on March 31.


  1. Gobsmacked? Okay, sign me up! I have to see what caused that reaction. :)

    twinwillowsfarm at gmail dot com

  2. I'll be so ticked if you guess it, Pegg! Good luck!

  3. Would love to be entered! Lynette is one of my favorite authors;) Thanks!


  4. Considere yourself entered, Charity!