Crossing the Line
Jocelyn Steely was kidnapped as a child and raised in North Korea as a spy. When her agency sends her to the U.S. to infiltrate the very group her parents once worked for, Jocelyn jumps at the chance to turn double agent and finish off her kidnappers once and for all. She convinces the head of the American spy agency to trust her, but i ...more
It’s also one that Meghan Rogers makes look easy in her debut, CROSSING THE LINE. And that is a true measure of her talent.
Jocelyn Steely was kidnapped when she was just ...more
Jocelyn is tough and smart and resourceful, and her changing relationships with the distrustful team members who don't want to like or trust her are my favorite parts of the book. I especially love that within all ...more
(I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.) ...more
This book is action packed. It has a great protagonist and It's is an overall very entertaining read.
In this book we follow Jocelyn who is a trained spy and asssasin. She has her motives for staying with KATO, the organization that kidnapped her and murdered her mom. But when an oportunity to run away presents its self, she has to give it a try. But becoming a spy for this new organization might be even harder then she imagined. I don't want to give too much away because i...more
This spy thriller is impossible to put down, and has some great chemistry between certain characters; I can't wait for book two! ...more
This rollercoaster of a plot is lead by a strong female protag (thanks to the author for that). There is non-stop action to keep you turning pages. And the side-glancing intrigue was reminiscent of a movie. Good fun!
Somehow, she manages to escape the North Korean agency controlling her and finds herself working for the good guys - in Wilmington, Delaware. (I wor ...more
2017 challenge: an espionage thriller ...more
enjoyable to read because it had a little bit of everything. Meghan wrote this book with just the right ratio of Action, Adventure and she even threw in some mystery into the mix while writing it. She did this all while keeping the readers on their toes throughout
the whole book. Meghan made this book so while reading this book the readers would never want to put the book down and continue reading it all day. This book is great for people who enjoy reading action packed books with ...more
An ARC was provided by the publisher in exchange for review consideration.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Spy books are my jam, y'all. After all, I got my YA start with Gallagher Girls. In addition, Crossing the Line was one of my Sixteen 2016 Reads, so obviously I had high expectations going into it.
The start of the book was a bit slow. There were several training scenes and classroom scenes that I thought were unnecessary. Also, the drama with Agent Harper led nowhere. That was one pl ...more
Jocelyn: decided to skip afternoon workout to get some research done
Me: oh my god you’re gonna lose your strength if you miss training again
Also me: literally eating a donut the size of my face
Anyways. This spy book is different than the other spy books I’ve read in the past and I really liked the change. It ...more
NOT FOR THE BIG BOOK ...more
How would feel to be ripped from your parents at the age of seven to be trained and abused to be a spy for North Korea? Crossing The Line by Meghan Rogers is an incredibly written suspense and action book that tells a story of a girl who was trained to be an assassin for a North Korean spy organization called Kato. Joseline is sent to an opposing American spy organization called the IDA to work as a double agent and report inside information on what they are doi ...more