Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Scepter by Cindy M. Hogan


Author: Cindy M. Hogan

Publisher: O'Neal Publishing

Published: October 2018

ebook/paperback: 338 pages

ISBN13: 9780997255546

FTC FYI: I received an ecopy from the author. All views and opinions expressed are my own.

Goodreads Summary

Christy Hadden's newest directive: Destroy Polity--A major arms dealer.Easy enough with her team of spies, but when Christy loses her greatest weapon, her photographic memory, even the simplest of tasks become impossible and her life as a spy appears to be at an end.But when her team discovers Polity is not what they thought, but much more, and a mole in Division is helping Polity achieve their aims, Christy and her team are the only ones that can stop them, keeping Division in the dark.If Christy doesn't find the strength and courage to embrace her new reality without her photographic memory, and fight to learn new skills, Polity will do much more than supply their enemies with weapons. Not only will Polity destabilize the world economy and cause war to break out, but it will destroy the future Christy hopes to give her family, friends, herself and the man she loves.


I was thrilled for another book from Cindy Hogan. I love this series of books from this talented author. Christy is a marvel and she was without something that is usually vital in her missions. This time Christy has to learn how to be a spy all over again. I appreciated and loved her journey. Yes, she made mistakes but I loved what Christy learned about herself, her team, and her enemies. This book is a non stop ride of action and page turning thrills. There is some violence, nothing I felt was offense, but it was a need for this type of book. SCEPTER is extremely well written and I couldn’t turn pages fast enough. Excellent balance of action, with some romance mixed in too. There were many twists I wasn’t expecting.

5 out of 5 stars!

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