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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Final Exit by Lena Diaz

This is labeled as an Exit Inc. thriller.  One must assume that there are others in the series that preclude this book.  Keeping that in mind I shall endeavor to be circumspect and not provide spoilers.   This book focuses on an FBI agent who is tracking an female assassin.  Said agent is stalwart and honest and truly perplexed as to how he can find an assassin so attractive.   The romantic interplay does not get in the way of the violent action.

Diaz put together a good plot and had likeable characters.   She also imbues the story with questions that make you wonder if the good guys are bad and the bad guys are good.   The conflict resolution adds to the complexity of the plot.

Diaz put together some reasonably steamy scenes that felt somewhat out of place in a thriller but fit with the plot.  After I checked her website I discovered that Ms. Diaz has acquired the moniker of romantic suspense author so the steaminess was appropriate.

I enjoyed the book.


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