* Review * CROSSING LINES by Adrienne Giordano

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * CROSSING LINES by Adrienne GiordanoCrossing Lines by Adrienne Giordano
Published by ALG Publishing on September 14, 2021
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While protecting a dangerously attractive ex-agent, a former CIA operative must decide which asset is more important to him: his identity or his heart.

She’s running out of friends—and out of time.

CIA operative Elizabeth Aiken is on her own. After a rescue operation in Venezuela goes south and her cover is blown, Elizabeth barely escapes the country with her life. Set adrift by the Agency and with a price on her head, she seeks out the only person who can help her disappear.


Unfortunately, the devastatingly attractive former operative wants nothing to do with her or the cartel-backed Venezuelan president who wants her dead. Worse still, if Elizabeth’s not careful, she’ll end up losing her heart instead of watching her back…and there’s no room for mistakes with assassins hot on her trail.

Helping her could destroy everything he’s worked for.

Former Marine-turned-CIA operative.
Current bar owner.
All-around badass.

Shane “Viper” Quinn has spent years constructing the perfect cover, and he’s not about to sacrifice it for a woman he barely knows. Even if she is strong and beautiful and makes him long for sultry nights that could destroy his carefully crafted life.

Still, Shane is forced to fight his growing attraction to the fearsome ex-agent while keeping her in one piece. Elizabeth’s enemies are now his enemies—and they aren’t going to stop until everyone who stands against them is eliminated. Will having the deadly Viper by her side be enough to save her?


Dangerous and suspenseful! CROSSING LINES by Adrienne Giordano starts out action packed and held my attention throughout as danger lurked beyond every corner. The character stories were quick to pull me into the story and the danger kept me captivated. I didn’t feel like the story and relationship were fully developed, and the ending felt quite abrupt, but overall I was entertained throughout.


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