Friday, February 03, 2012

Blackout - Annie Solomon

Book Blurb:
A female black ops agent whose memory has been wipedclean is framed for the murder of the Deputy Director of the Terrorism Control Force - a man she doesn't remember knowing. As she tries tofigure out what happened to her she's pursued by the police, her ownagency and a mysterious watcher who may or may not believe in her innocence.

In My Own Words:
Waking up with a raging headache is one thing, but realizing she is missing a full month of her life is something totally different to deal with.  When Margo comes to the tough realization that not only is she not who she thought she was, she may have killed someone.  When Jake was asked to babysit as an assignment, he thought it was the most cush assignment ever handed to him.  When things start to go wrong he has to decide is Margo a really good actress or did she kill his best friend.  In the process of trying to find the truth, they also find a combustible spark.

This was my first book by Annie Solomon.  I wasn't disappointed.  There were so many twists and turns to the plot and I was constantly kept guessing.  I loved Margo and Jake together, neither one of them willing to give to much of themselves and yet pressing the other to give more.  It isn't often that we get to read about a kick ass female agent, so this was refreshing for me.

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