Trigger: How Far Would You Go To Learn The Truth?
A 2016 Rone Award Nominee, Trigger is a vibrant action-adventure with a bit of romance that will keep you turning pages until the last word.
Jordan Shaw knows the only way to stop the man hunting her is to kill him. She also knows the other men who came after her are dead, some of their blood is on her hands, and she wouldn't have survived this long without the help of the intriguing and secretive Chase Hudson. Even though she isn't sure she can trust Chase, she believes she needs him to discover the truth.
Two days before, life was pretty good as she backpacked around Europe with her best friend. Now everything has changed and she may not even live through the night. What started as a summer trip of self-discovery has become a dangerous journey across three countries as Jordan is forced into a world few know exist and even fewer survive. A clandestine international organization that will let nothing stand in their way has put a price on her head. Despite the uncertainty, there are two things that Jordan is absolutely sure of: she has one chance to out-maneuver a world class killer, and she has to make that move right now
place. You are perfectly safe with us around.” Francesco was confident and Marcello nodded in agreement. “If it’s as big an event as you are saying then, I’m sure the local polizia will be prepared and have extra people out to keep an eye on things. Still, it may be a good idea for us to offer our assistance at the party,” Marcello suggested to Francesco. “We will be working with them on this other case anyway.” I didn’t think the guys would tell us to stay if there was any chance it was
became necessary to formalize and expand the recruitment process. It was getting tougher to find people with adequate potential in the small pool they were looking in, so Aerial started searching the general population rather than just branches of the military and the government. Aerial also started looking for younger candidates before government agencies, the sports world, or the business world could get to them. This allowed the company to recruit the cream of the crop. Once the recruits were
“Big, dark clothes, short-cropped hair. Probably local thugs hired out. They are taking turns sitting on a bench near the main entrance and walking a loop.” Max looked almost excited. He must have been thinking about what could happen when he was face-to-face with one of the possible threats. Chase was thoughtful for a moment after Max was done. Without having to be asked, Max dug out the train tickets. He handed Chase two and stuffed the other two back in his own pocket. He looked expectantly
motorcycle. He was talking into his cell phone as he put himself between the alley and the crowd. While he was talking, his eyes swept the surrounding area. I knew he was looking for me. Just as I was about to duck my head, our eyes met and his lips stopped moving. That split second of eye contact lasted a lifetime. For a millisecond I hesitated. Had I made the right choice following Chase? What if I wasn’t just an asset to Marcello? He had followed me all the way to Barcelona. Either he
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