When DEA agent Beth Thomson recruits ex soldier Armando Torres as an undercover agent, she knows she has hit the jackpot.
I was lucky enough to be sent a copy of Kierney Scott's book Blurring The Line (book one) to review. As you all know I love reading books and have started to read books from different genres that I am used to.
Blurring The Lines follows DEA agent Beth Thomson who has been given an assignment. She brings in ex soldier Armando to help her. His role is to go undercover and infiltrate one of the deadliest most dangerous cartel in Mexico, known for drug running. Beth gets more than she bargains for as she finds her self attracted to Armando but can he really be trusted?
Beth is a great character, strong career woman who likes to make sure her job is done properly yet she still has a vulnerable side so she isn't as tough as people think. Armando is a dark horse you can't help but like and you can see why Beth falls for him. I do think he hiding something though so I don't really trust him!
The story is full of tense and gripping situations that draw you in more and more as the story continues. Along they way there is some humour which lightens the story. Not forgetting of course the romantic aspect of the book.
Blurring the line brings together crime and romance which is new to me as I have never came across a book that combines both. So this is an eye opener and I am looking forward to reading the other two books in the trilogy.
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About The Author
Originally from California, Kierney Scott moved to Scotland to enrol in the PhD D programme in Educational Research at the University of Edinburgh.