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Born into a long line of spies, sanctioned killers and covert weapons developers, Beth Faraday carried out her first hit-for-hire when she was still a teenager.

That part of her life-the American spy royalty part-ended one year ago, with a job gone wrong in Afghanistan. The collateral damage she caused with a single shot was unfathomable and, for Beth, unforgivable. She's worked hard to build a new life for herself, far away from the family business.

But someone, somewhere, hasn't forgotten what Beth did in Kabul. And they want revenge.

As the Faraday clan bands together to defend Beth and protect their legacy, Beth is forced to flee her new home with the unlikeliest of allies-MI6 agent Raleigh Vick, the only man she's ever loved. And the one she thought she'd killed in the desert.

Book one of the Blood Money series

Don't miss Ripped, book two of Blood Money, coming May 2015!

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    Decent read

    I personally don't really like the idea of putting a scene that happens much later in the book as the prologue. It feels like a spoiler to me; I keep waiting for that scene to happen as I read the book. It sometimes makes me rather impatient, especially since the first half of the book is a little slow for my taste. But the story starts to pick up about halfway through the book, and the last stretch of the book is very much a page-turner for me. All in all, it's a pretty decent read for the first book in a series, and I definitely look forward to more from the series and the author.


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