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Sleight of Hand by Julie Rowe
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it was amazing

Julie Rowe rocked this right into orbit. Holy hell what a fantastic read this is and her writing is from the beyond. Read Julie and you get it all, the suspense, steaming chemistry and a story that doesn't let you put it down.
Gunnar Anderson doesn't play well with others. It's so bad he'd down to his last assistant who is willing to take him on. Gunnar is lead on the task force, served with Doctors Without Borders and has some serious PTSD along with his own personal losses and his disposition. Joy Ashiro is a former Army nurse who now works for the task force. Joy's also seen combat and has her own issues with PT and losses. Throw these two together and watch the sparks fly. Yowza. The head of task force Carmen Rodrigues isn't taking any nonsense from Gunnar and he's under orders to play nice with Joy.
The two are sent out to investigate something insidious which is slowly killing college students. The offending bug seems to be coming from a microbrewery, but the story is much larger than that.
Honestly this one kept me hanging by my fingers and through the twists and turns and the floor dropping out, you just don't see things coming. Are there really any good guys?
Treat yourself to the first two books in this series! They are stellar reads then jump right into this book for a nice white knuckle ride with Julie Rowe.

arc from NetGalley and Entangled for an honest review
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Reading Progress

December 10, 2018 – Started Reading
December 11, 2018 – Finished Reading
December 12, 2018 – Shelved

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