By Kris Calvert
Mac Callahan has left the fast lane of the FBI, trading a firearm for tea parties with his baby girl, and dangerous raids for a game of catch with his son. Still, he fights off a nagging feeling every day. Mac is restless. When the North Star Gala, a charitable affair his wife Samantha has been planning, unexpectedly finds
its way to his home in Shadeland, Alabama, he’s asked to oversee security for the event filled with Washington insiders, politicians and the elite. The U.S. President and Secretary of State are coming to Lone Oak.
Finding his way back to Washington, D.C. to lead the project, he’s met head on with his former life as a free-wheeling bachelor and his long-time assistant, Micah.
But when Micah’s sister goes missing from a college field trip, Mac walks away from the Secret Service and their plans, taking the opportunity to quench his thirst for action and the lead to find the young girl.
Expecting an open and shut case, what he discovers is far worse than he could’ve imagined. Deep in the darkest part of the Internet, a human trafficking ring operates so steeped in anonymity, its patrons are highly protected—all the way to Capitol Hill.
Counting down to the black tie event, Mac will face the toughest fight of his life—protecting his family and friends from politicians and government operatives who live above the law and wield the power to ruin and end lives without retribution.
When it’s a twisted games of sex, lies and clandestine espionage, no one is safe, no one is to be trusted, and no one is truly unknown.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR…
Kris Calvert is a former copywriter and PR mercenary who after some coaxing, began writing novels. She loves alliteration, pearls and post-it notes. She’s married to the man of her dreams and lives in Lexington, Kentucky. She’s Momma to two kids, now in college – one at the University of Kentucky, and one at New York University -Tisch. She is also responsible for one very needy dog. When she’s not writing, she’s baking cupcakes.
I love this series. This is book 6 and the first 5 were just as good as this one.
Looking forward to reading the other books in line.