Monday, August 29, 2016

Review of The Sway by Ruby Knight

Her mission is to get close to him for inside information.

His mission is to kidnap her for a supernatural militant group.

Recruited in her teens for a life of espionage, Julia Caldwell, now 19, is the youngest CIA agent on record. Her mission is simple: get close to Cole Thomas for intel on his father, a known and dangerous weapons dealer. As she grows closer to Cole, something is off. He might not be who she thinks he is. And worse, his mission will put an end to hers.

Always believing the government’s story that her purpose in life was to keep the world safe, Julia doesn’t know who to trust or who to believe. But now, THE SWAY has a different story—a different purpose for her—that goes well beyond all she ever imagined.

Ruby Knight never fails to entertain me. This is the third book I've read by her, and I loved it just as much as the other two. This author has a real talent for creating complex characters, intriguing plots, and romance with just the right amount of tension. 
I read this book in two nights. The idea for this story was great. It was the perfect blend of spy-suspense, paranormal surprises, compelling romance, and conspiracies.
I'm already looking forward to seeing what happens in the next book! The Sway gets five glittery stars!

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