Shades of Gray by Brooke McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book was reviewed for Netgalley
Wow this was a book about learning how to come to terms with a paradigm shift. Miller did a complete personality change in this story and the book is so well written that you are rooting for Danny to win the day. The suspense element was truly harrowing and the level of violence appropriate for the situation but it was still stomach churning. This was about their journey not the bad situation that brought them together so once the case was done it was nice that we got to see how they coped, or not, afterwards. The tie up was sad and beautiful at the same time and, in my opinion, made the story a 5 star book.
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Here the synopsis of the book.
Miller Sutton, a by-the-book FBI agent, is starting to see some troubling shades of gray in his black-and-white world. He comes face-to-face with his doubts in the person of Danny Butler, a mid-level drug runner Miller hopes to use to catch a much larger fish: Roberto Hinestroza, a drug lord Miller has pursued for years.
Danny has no interest in being a witness against his boss, both out of a sense of twisted loyalty and because he knows double-crossing Hinestroza is a sure death sentence. But he reluctantly agrees to cooperate, and as he suspects, it doesn’t take long for Hinestroza to figure out the betrayal.
Miller is surprised to discover Danny's not the career-criminal lowlife he expected; at the same time, Danny finds himself helplessly attracted to Miller's innate goodness. They barely begin to explore the sparking attraction between them when Hinestroza's hitman tracks them down, and then they're on the run, both for their lives and for any kind of love.
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