A painting, a panic room, a thief, and her lover … whose job is to catch her.
There are three things you need to know about Anna.
1) She’s a bounty hunter with adrenaline junkie habits,
2) She’s the “awkward” twin, and
3) She’s a thief – kind of.
Darius designs security systems for Cipher Security, and the strange and remarkable woman he met the night the painting was stolen is as intriguing a mystery as his hunt for the thief is.
But the lady has no filter, and she knows she can’t lie to the man who looks like a Disney Prince and kisses like fairytales are true, so she runs from the one person who may actually see her as the heroine of her own story.
4 Heart Review by Ashley
OH MY GOODNESS!!! How in the ham sandwich have I never read April White before? I have been missing the hell out! Code of Honor was smart and witty, different and completely consuming. I was hooked from the first page.
I liked Anna a whole lot. She was quirky in the most charming way. I loved that her job was unconventional and gave her an awesome skill set. It also brought her face to face with Darius.
Darius was so dreamy! I absolutely loved him. His principals. His honesty. The way his brain worked. How he couldn't stop thinking about Anna even with how complicated their situation was.
I loved their banter. It was sharp and direct and showed a lighter side to their personalities. But with them working on opposite sides of the same issue, it was only a matter of time before their already sticky situation got even more tricky. And did their journey take a wild twist.
Code of Honor was a mystery wrapped in scandal and coated with romance. April White kept me on the edge of my e-reader to see how everything would pan out for Anna and Darius. And that ending, oh it was so wonderfully them and I can not wait to go back and get my eyes on more of the Cipher Security teams!
About the Author
April White has been a film producer, private investigator, bouncer, teacher and screenwriter. She has climbed in the Himalayas, survived a shipwreck, and lived on a gold mine in the Yukon. She and her husband share their home in Southern California with two extraordinary boys and a lifetime collection of books.
Her first novel, Marking Time is the 2016 winner of the Library Journal Indie E-Book Award for YA Literature, and all five books in the Immortal Descendants series are on the Amazon Top 100 lists in Time Travel Romance and Historical Fantasy.
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