Jet Exposed Lynda Filler
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Jet Exposed Lynda Filler

Jet Exposed Lynda Filler


Book synopsis


The US government is in the throes of cyberwarfare with China. Luke Raven, a high-tech billionaire, is the only man that can save America from the deadly fallout. Jet, a highly trained operative, returns from Kosovo to retrieve two hundred and fifty million dollars in diamonds safely stored in Uruguay. Spotted by a drug cartel, she is chased up the Pacific coast of Mexico where she is saved by ex-Navy Seal Zach, a member of ‘Raven’s Group’. 
Luke and his team recruit Jet to help execute a dangerous, highly classified special operations mission that is crucial to national security…Jet completes the critical Team Profile. They take their high-paced adventure across the USA and over the ocean to Paris. The action culminates in Shanghai, China where an ultra-wealthy and ruthless business tycoon possesses highly sensitive information that would have catastrophic results in the wrong hands. But will they get there soon enough to secure the information from their enemies? 


Jet Exposed Lynda Filler


Wow, wow, I devoured Jet Exposed in a matter of hours, I loved every minute of it. Lynda Filler writing style is sharp, the story is fast-paced. I loved this glittery sexy action thriller, I want more! The story is about Sying Li Ma, a dangerous and powerful businesswoman living in Shanghai, China, has stolen personal information critical to U.S. national security and intends to sell it to the highest bidder. High-tech billionaire Luke Raven has been contracted by the U.S. government to get it back. Jet is rescued in Mexico while on the run with her young daughter from a drug cartel by ex-Navy Seal Zach and brought to join Raven’s team of highly skilled operatives.

Jet Exposed Lynda Filler book review

Jet is a perfect addition to the team, and the story takes the team from Seattle to Paris to Shanghai in pursuit of their quarry where Jet and her colleagues must do whatever they have to bring down   Read my reviews by the same author over here


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