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This is the 3rd book I have listened to in this series (Leine Basso) and in my opinion they just get better and better. This book continues on from book 2 (but you don't need to have heard the previous book to be able to follow, it was just a few minutes tying up a few loose ends from the previous book).
This time Leine finds herself swapping her paid job of looking after the rich celebrities of Los Angles in order to help find missing or run away children., hoping that they haven't been sold into sex trafficking or into slavery. This leads to tangling with Mexican cartel's. Resulting in lots of guns and dead bodies.
Once again the narrator does a very good job.
I look forward to finding out what is next in store for Leine and I am sure you will enjoy it too.
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Leine Basso is pretty badass. What's not to like about a former assassin who heads to Mexico to find the missing daughter of a rich couple? Drug cartel and human trafficking situations come at the reader full force, and Berkom keeps a lively pace. Even though this is the third book in the series, it reads as a stand alone story and the reader won't feel like they have to catch up on details. Just go along and enjoy the crazy ride. I'm glad I won the Audible version of this book. I'd been dragging my feet forever on whether or not to give these books a try, but now I know what I've been missing out on and would gladly read more.
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This is the second book by D.V. Berkom and Kristi Alsip that I have listened to. This story was technically the third in the series, but I consider it a standalone story. I am amazed with how thrilling this story was. Leine Basso character is intriguing. I loved how thought provoking this story was and how what seemed to be 2 separate stories were woven into one. I thought the author did a fantastic job with the closure for many of the characters. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and/or publisher.
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