Saturday, November 13, 2021

Book Review - Lights Out (The SNAP Agency, #1) by Natalie Walters


CIA analyst Brynn Taylor has created a new initiative to help fight terrorism. She collaborated with members  of foreign intelligence agencies to help foster cooperation between the countries. Everything was going as planned until an Egyptian spy Remon Riad goes missing.

Jack has been a member for the Strategic Neutralization and Protection Agency for nine years. He has the expertise to find a missing spy. However, when he finds out Brynn is involved, he is worried because he knows he can't trust someone who betrayed you once before.

The pair try to follow every lead they can get to solve the disappearance. However, they realized that they onto something bigger. Can the pair learn to trust each other before its too late?

The book was an action packed read filled with thrills and suspense. I didn't really care for any of the main characters and found them to be a bit annoying. However, I liked Kekoa and I hope he has a bigger presence in the next book. I also liked the friendly banter between the entire team. If you like high intensity novels, then you will enjoy this one.

**Disclosure - I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest opinion**

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