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The Phoenix Law (The Strongbox Chronicles #3)

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All former spy Alisha MacAleer wanted was to lead a normal life, complete with settling down near her family. Then a hail of gunfire followed CIA agent Brandon Parker's arrival on her doorstep.

He'd done the impossible: created an AI, a sentient being with artificial intelligence. The U.S. government and two powerful secret societies--hell, ev
ebook, 304 pages
Published February 15th 2010 by Silhouette Bombshell (first published December 1st 2006)
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Hali Sowle
The third and final book in the series and a great ending it is. Alisha MacAleer thinks she is out of the spy game living in a modest house near her sister and her nephew's, playing soccer the way she would have run a gauntlet and winning ever time. But when CIA brain child and probable bad boy Brandon Parker shows up on her doorstep bringing death and destruction along with him she has no choice but to get back into the mindset that she had thought she wanted to leave behind. The race to save B ...more
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This is the third book in this series. I didn't write a review for the other two because I wanted to combine it together. I found this series surprisingly good. I was a big fan of Alias and this trilogy reminds me of that TV show. I'm not a big fan of Silhouette books and find it a guilty pleasure in this case.

This spy novel with betrayal at every step captured my full attention. The characters were perfect which I liked. I also enjoyed the twists of good being "evil" and vice versa. I liked Ms.
Mar 07, 2010 Lara rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This is a very fun series, straight from Alias a la Jennifer Gardner. Not a serious read, but action packed and enjoyable. I'm quite glad they are available again, they've been out of print for a while. I'm reading them on my Kindle.
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