Undercover Twin by Heather Woodhaven ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Electrical Engineer Audrey Clark wasn't looking for espionage or a covert operation when she stumbled upon her twin sister. Separated at birth they never knew that the other existed, until now.

Audrey's FBI agent sister is shot, and Audrey is swept into her world by pretending to be the sister that she never knew in order to keep her safe. Agent Lee Benson is tasked with keeping Audrey safe in their dangerous game of pretend.

Audrey was raised by academics, as has excelled in the tech sciences, she knows there's more to life than science can explain. Audrey is used to playing things safe, and doesn't like to take risks, but her determination and willingness to see things through in tough situations pays off. She learns that she is braver than she ever thought, as she works alongside Lee to infiltrate the network that is putting their country at risk.

Lee has been working undercover for years, and he's gotten a little too comfortable living the high life, and has never taken his faith seriously until now. He is cool under pressure and skilled at taking calculated risks. He want justice for his friend, and doesn't want to lose this one chance to take down the entire corrupt network.

Overall, an engaging read with a suspenseful high stakes plot. I love how Lee and Audrey must use their wits to survive a deadly game. Highly enjoyable, with great dialogue and intriguing characters. I didn't want to put this one down!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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