No Good Deed (Lucy Kincaid #10) by: Allison Brennan

No Good Deed (Lucy Kincaid, #10)No Good Deed by Allison Brennan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Rules sometimes got in the way of justice, and she was willing to risk her job when necessary.

TENSION is one word to describe this fast paced thriller! I somewhat came late in the game as this is the 10th of a series of Lucy Kincaid. It left me wanting me more and I was thankful that I was not to lost picking up the 10th book. The life of Lucy Kincaid as a federal agent in the drug trafficking world is anything but boring. When fellow agent Nicole Rollins is arrested and charged for working for the cartel, Lucy begins to doubt herself for not seeing the real Nicole. The previous books I assume deal with putting Nicole behind bars and No Good Deed deals with Nicole making her escape and recovering the 23 million that the Federal government took from her Drug Cartel family. Lucy is determined to find out who the real Nicole is and that means going back to when she became an agent. She uncovers inconsistencies of her past and a cover up that only leads to more questions. Lucy recently engaged to Sean who helped bring Nicole down now fears that Sean will be a target. Will they discover in time who Nicole really is. What motivates her sinister plans. With who can you trust, makes it a great thriller that can be hard to put down.

A Special Thank You to Minotaur Books/St Martins Press and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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