ARC Review: ‘Code Name: Phoenix’ by Luna Kayne
I received a complimentary copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Code Name: Phoenixby Luna Kayne
Series: Cypher Black Ops Security #1
Published by Self-Published on June 5, 2023
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Source: the author
Purchase at Amazon
A HACKER ON THE RUN,CAUGHT BETWEENAN OBSESSIVE MADMANAND A LOVER WHO THINKS SHE’S DEAD.
Hunted from both sides of the law, Jessa is a hacker in hiding in this intense, action-packed romantic suspense that starts on the first page and never lets up. Once the secrets come out, not everyone will end up on the same side they started on.
Code Name: PHOENIXI lost Jessa when her family was killed by a sadistic psycho ten years ago.Her body was never found and I vowed vengeance.Imagine my shock when my black ops team shows up to capture that same monster’s hacking team—and she comes to the door.It pales in comparison to the rage that consumes me when she chooses to run.I thought I lost her then. Now, I’ll never let her go.
Target: JESSAI lost Jack when my family was murdered and I was forced into hiding.I searched for him for years only to be told he moved on and was living the perfect life with a new family while I fought to stay alive.Then he shows up, telling me everything I thought I knew about him was a lie, but this changes nothing.I’m still being hunted by someone I once trusted, and if I don’t recover the code I need, I’ll never be free.There’s only one it’s hidden in the one place I can’t hack into, my own mind, and time is running out.
* language, violence, and the recollection of torture/assault (contained to one chapter, not between main characters). Code Phoenix is the first book in a brand new interconnected standalone series titled Cypher Black Ops Security. Each book in the series is a standalone and can be read on its own. Some characters may appear in other stories in the series.