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Today I’m featuring
Fatal Code by Natalie Walters.
In 1964, a group of scientists called the Los Alamos Five came close to finishing a nuclear energy project for the United States government when they were abruptly disbanded. Now the granddaughter of one of those five scientists, aerospace engineer Elinor Mitchell, discovers that she has highly sensitive information on the project in her possession–and a target on her back.
SNAP agent and former Navy cryptologist Kekoa Young is tasked with monitoring Elinor. This is both convenient since she’s his neighbor in Washington, DC, and decidedly inconvenient because . . . well, he kind of likes her.
As Elinor follows the clues her grandfather left behind to a top-secret nuclear project, Kekoa has no choice but to step in. When Elinor learns he has been spying on her, she’s crushed. But with danger closing in on all sides, she’ll have to trust him to ensure her discoveries stay out of enemy hands.
Natalie Walters sucks you into the global race for space domination in this perfectly paced second installment of her SNAP Agency romantic suspense series.
Discover more information about Natalie Walters at: nataliewalterswriter.com.
[Graphic Text]: Maple Valley, IA ~ “Death has no sting.”
Fatal Code is the second book in Natalie Walters’s romantic suspense series, The SNAP Agency.
One word: Kekoa! He was my favorite character from the previous book in the series, so I was super excited to read his story in this book. And oh boy it did not disappoint!! He is so awesome and the author totally brings him to life in this book.
Then there’s Elinor and the plot and the whole coding world—it was fascinating and awesome and I loved every bit of it! Not to mention it was super easy to read and get into the story. So, yes, I highly recommend this book!!
Fatal Code can be read as a stand alone, but you’d be missing Kekoa’s opening sneak peek by not reading both the prequel and the first book in the series, so go read those, too! Then stay tuned for the third book because I can’t way for that one either.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.
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