First Line Friday | Lights Out

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Welcome to First Line Friday!
Today I’m featuring

Lights Out by Natalie Walters.

CIA analyst Brynn Taylor developed a new program to combat terrorism, and she invited members of foreign intelligence agencies to America to foster cooperation between countries. Now one of them, Egyptian spy Remon Riad, is missing.

Jack Hudson has been working for the Strategic Neutralization and Protection Agency (SNAP) for almost nine years and takes the lead in hunting down the missing spy. But he isn’t at all pleased to find out Brynn is involved. It’s hard to trust a woman who’s already betrayed you.

Every lead they follow draws them dangerously deeper into an international plot. Kidnapping, murder, explosions, poisoning–the terrorists will do anything to accomplish their goal of causing a digital blackout that will blind a strategic US military communications center and throw the world into chaos.

Can Brynn surrender control to a man who doesn’t trust her? And can Jack ever get over what she did to him? The fate of the world–and their hearts–hangs in the balance.

From Goodreads

[Graphic Text]: Ma’adi, Suburb of Cairo, Egypt — 3:17 PM Tuesday, January 13 — Seif El-Deeb watched the noisy trio of American boys cross the street away from the Cairo American College.

Now it’s your turn. Pull out the book beside you and tell us the first line.

First Line Friday is hosted by Reading is my Super Power.

10 thoughts on “First Line Friday | Lights Out

  1. I loved Natalie Walters’ Harbored Secrets series, but Lights Out definitely takes it up a notch! I’m currently reading Where Love Grows by Heidi Chiavaroli: “ Asher Hill opened the email, adrenaline rushing to his limbs in the same way it did when he was heli-skiing or bungee jumping or placing first in a triathlon.”

    My First Line Friday post this week featured The London House by Katherine Reay:

    Happy reading! 🙂

  2. I’m currently reading Love and Lavender by Josi S. Kilpack. I’ll share a line from the chapter I’m currently on.
    “Though Hazel had voiced her decision to be married in one of her teaching dresses, in the week between the carriage discussion with Amelia and the actual day of her wedding, she changed her mind.”
    Have a great weekend! 😊❤📚

  3. We are book twins today!
    My book this week us Lights Out by Natalie Walters.
    Ma’adi, Suburb of Cairo, Egypt 3:17 p.m. Tuesday, January 13
    Seif El- Deeb watched the noisy trio of America boys cross the street away from Cairo American College.

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