Silent Sentry by Theresa Rizzo
The Scarfilis and Donnatellis love deeply and protect fiercely. “Family takes care of family” is the code they live by.
So when a hacker threatens Gianna Donnatelli’s life, Dr. Joe Scarfili is determined to keep her safe, only he has no police or tech experience, and Gianna’s penchant for aiding Detroit’s underprivileged is the same kind of altruism that got his wife killed. Gianna protects Joe with the same unyielding resolve.
Gianna pushes all his insecurity buttons. Joe tries her patience like no other. But together they’ll fight to save each other and their love… Or die trying.
A romantic suspense novel that kept me turning the pages with a complex plotline that kept me guessing.
I enjoyed the technological and medical aspects of the story. I found Gianna a likeable character and I could relate to Joe and his protective nature. If you like computer hacker suspense and mafia crime stories, then give this a go.
I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.
- Where: Author Invitation
- Format: ebook