To Trick a Hacker

Her only way to salvation is through Purgatory …

Former homicide detective and only survivor of the most vicious serial killer ever known, Dylan now hides under the pseudonym Dogberry, a talented hacker threading the dark Web, and one very powerful ally of Purgatory, an organization dedicated to desperate and impossible missions. When the situation is hopeless, she’s the one to call … until a dragon she had slain a long time ago comes back to haunt her. To protect Dylan, Purgatory sends her a dark knight. Owen Sorenson. The Navy SEAL and black operative may appear harmless, even friendly, but underneath the golden charm and searing blue eyes, lurks a barely contained war machine. Nothing Dylan can’t handle. After all, she has vowed to avoid all human contact, making the tempting man forever out of her reach. The damage on her body and soul is extensive, but she soon realizes that the man bound to protect her has faced devious demons before, leaving him far from unscathed. On the run, and desperate to catch a serial killer that won’t stay dead, Dylan has no choice but to accept Owen’s help and reopen old wounds that have barely had time to heal. The SEAL is determined to be her shield, but the more they fight, the more she’s desperate to protect him instead. Dylan will use all the help she can get from Purgatory and risk everything along the way to finally get free from her past. But what if the key to getting her life back was to trust Owen? Would she be willing to risk him?
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Series: Women of Purgatory, Book 3
Genres: Romantic Suspense, Thriller
Tag: Recommended Books
Publication Year: 2017
ASIN: B06X9Z93DK
ISBN: 9780995176751
eBook Price: 1.99
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