Code Name: Hacker by Sawyer Bennett – REVIEW –


Bebe gave up her life to protect her family, and her country. She got in too deep as a hacker for a crime syndicate and made sure she got caught trying to steal the nuclear codes in order to keep everyone safe. Now 7 years later she’s working for Kynan McGrath and has put her hacking skills to better use. She’s trying to get her life back and focus on raising her son who she lost so much time with. She isn’t looking for a relationship, but when she meets Griffin Moore, he’s hard to ignore.

Griffin has a job to do, and befriending Bebe and her son Aaron is just the tip of the iceberg. He doesn’t have the entire story on why Bebe did what she did, but he’s here to do his job. What Bebe thought was an accidental meeting was really a setup by Griffin. She soon learns that Griffin isn’t who she thought he was, and the man she’s falling for is actually the man who was sent to kill her.

Sawyer Bennett never disappoints. From start to finish, the Jameson Force Security books have kept me on the edge of my seat each and every time. The stories are some of the most interesting storylines, and they keep me guessing and trying to figure out what is going to happen next. I also love that Sawyer sets us up for the upcoming books in the series. She leaves these books in such a way that while yes, I feel happy with the way the book is ending; she throws something in there that has me begging for the next book! Bebe and Griffin were my favorite couple from the Jameson series, and I didn’t think anybody could top Kynan and Joslyn. Absolutely amazing.

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