By Irene Hannon
After he unintentionally shoots at a annoying standoff, FBI Hostage Rescue group member Mark Sanders is distributed to St. Louis to paintings as a box agent and get his bearings whereas the undesirable press starts off to settle. simply weeks clear of returning to Quantico to renew his paintings at the HRT, Mark has an opportunity come upon with an past love, Emily Lawson. yet their reunion is reduce brief by means of a sniper. Now Mark needs to locate the shooter sooner than he attempts to strike back. yet what's his motive--and who was once his meant goal? Can Mark placed the items jointly, hold Emily secure, and re-ignite a long-dead dating on the comparable time?
A fast moving story of romance, suspense, and intrigue, an eye fixed for a watch is the fascinating moment installment within the Heroes of Quantico sequence.
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Extra info for An Eye for an Eye (Heroes of Quantico, Book 2)
And then she spoiled it all. She began to weep, to bawl like a child, which was a silly, stupid thing for Lilly Dillon to do; and to top off the ridiculous and embarrassing performance, she threw on the corn. "D-don't be mean to me, Roy. Please, please don't. Y-you—you're b-breaking my heart . " Roy laughed out loud. He couldn't restrain himself. " he said. 3 Roy Dillon lived in a hotel called the Grosvenor-Carlton, a name which hinted at a grandeur that was wholly non-existent. It boasted one hundred rooms, one hundred baths, but it was purely a boast.
Move back the parlor stuff in no time at all—desk, lounge, easy chairs, anything you want within reason. " Dillon said he would like to take a look at it, and Simms conducted him to the basement storeroom. It was by no means the finest he had ever seen, of course, but it was decent and comfortable; and he neither expected nor wanted anything truly fine. He had a certain image to maintain. A portrait of a young man who made rather a good living—just good, no better—and lived well within it. He inquired the rental on the suite.
He had matured early, as was natural enough. By the time he was seventeen-going-on-eighteen, the spring that he graduated from high school, he was as mature as a man in his twenties. On the night of his graduation, he told Lilly that he was pulling out. For good. "Pulling out . " She'd been expecting that, he guessed, but she wasn't resigned to it. "B-but—but you can't! " "Can't. " She laughed shakily, and called him silly; avoiding his eyes, refusing to be rejected as she must have known she would be.
An Eye for an Eye (Heroes of Quantico, Book 2) by Irene Hannon