Saturday, September 18, 2010

Breach of Trust by Diann Mills

It sounded so good. A female CIA operative is relocated under a new identity in a small town in Oklahoma. Danger from her past resurfaces and she tries to prevent harm to those she now loves.

The book was way too romantic for me. The typical romantic plot (of boy meets girl, a problem arises, the problem is surmounted) happened over and over again. The ex-CIA operative, Page, is just too wishy-washy to be believed.
The worst part was that this was audio and the reader was not good at all. A big man had a squeaky voice and anyone with a southern accent was laughable.
If you love syrupy romances with a very convoluted plot, you just may enjoy this one. Otherwise, I’d skip it.

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