Saturday, January 24, 2015
Booke Review: Hidden Agenda by Lisa Harris
He is so close, but now it appears his cover has been blown and there is no way out. There is a hit out on his life and there is corruption within the police department so he doesn't know who to trust. The only person he can turn to is Olivia Hamilton, but that seems strange seeing as how she is the daughter of the man trying to kill him.
This is the third book in the Southern Crimes Series by Harris and it ties up the series nicely. At the end of book two we were left with just a quick glimpse at the fact that Michael was not dead and so I was really looking forward to finding out what really happened. The tough part about family series' to me is that it seems that an awful lot happens within the same family in such short periods of time which seems a bit unrealistic to me, and also that each person has some sort of romantic entanglement during that same short time is also a bit of a stretch to me. Besides that, I enjoyed the story - there was lots of action and surprises along the way and I tore through it pretty quickly :-)
Thank you to Revell Publishers for a free copy of this book to review.