TWIN TARGETS: HARLEQUIN INTRIGUE SERIES
ISBN# (10): 0-373-69328-1/ (13): 978-0-373-69328-3
Duncan Mill Road, Don Mills, Ontario, Canada M3BK9
$4.99 U.S./$5.99 Canada
Rating: 4 Cups
FBI Agent John Sharpe does not like it when women pull out the waterworks. He is not a cozy person and did not get the name Iceman for nothing. John is on a mission to stop a destructive criminal, but he never figured on any diversion by the name of Sydney.
Sydney Ellen Westlake works for Tiberius on Rocky Cliff Island. After her funding was cut off by her ex-boyfriend, she agreed to work with Tiberius in a private lab. She had no idea his intentions were evil. Sydney only wanted to search for a cure to help her sister.
Sydney knew if she wanted to stop Tiberius, she had to escape. When she began working for him, she had no idea he was evil. Changing the passwords will give her time to plan her getaway. Once he learns he has been double-crossed, he will be more dangerous. Sydney must save her twin sister. Tiberius made Sydney a criminal by making the DNA code. She had to make sure he never used it to sell or trigger any virus. If her escape fails, she will face the wrath of Tiberius. When she is tossed into the water, she is saved by the Coast Guard just in time. She is then greeted by John, who is eager to learn of her involvement with Tiberius. He and Sydney join forces to find a way to stop Tiberius. John even protects her sister. As Tiberius sets his target on the United States, John and Sydney fight their attraction for each other as danger threatens their every move.
Twin Targets is a thrilling action-packed read that takes the reader on an adventure of a lifetime. Tiberius is indeed a wicked man that I would hate to encounter. I thought John and Sydney were energetic characters that work well together. I could feel their emotions and practically see all their visual expressions in this pulsating story. Ms Andersen tells a wonderful story about the devotion of a sister for her twin, and the lengths she will go to safeguard her. No one really knows what they would do in any situation but the way Ms. Andersen spins this tale, it certainly seems real in this gratifying tale.
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