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Off the Grid for Love
Jake Manettia, an undercover FBI agent working a public corruption case, stumbles into an opportunity to infiltrate the city’s largest mob organization. That’s not the only fall he takes after witnessing a bank robbery and meeting the beautiful and spirited teller behind the counter.
Mackenna McElroy is that bank teller. She looks down the barrel of a gun on three different days, and per orders from the robbers, empties her cash drawers. Not only is she the FBI’s prime suspect, she’s the woman Jake falls in love with. He’ll do anything to prove her innocence, including jeopardize his career and risk his life.
He’s either a guardian angel or a stalker, Mackenna can’t decide. Nevertheless, she’s attracted to him. And falling for him. But who is he? She presents him with an ultimatum: Either tell her the truth or get out of her life. Honesty is the only thing Jake can’t give Mackenna. Knowing his true identity endangers both their lives.
Broken-hearted and unable to prove her innocence, Mackenna abandons her hopes for freedom and for a life with Jake. Even though it makes her look guilty, she runs. But the mob is onto Jake and Mackenna runs right into their trap to kidnap her, knowing she is Jake’s Achilles heel. And suddenly, they’re both fighting for their lives. Their survival depends on their trust in each other.
Will they find the love they long for? Or will it be the end of something beautiful?
This is by far my favorite Rena Koontz book. I couldn't put it down until I got to "The End"and had the big reveal. I thought I knew the culprit right from the start, but that red herring disappeared quickly. Jake is a sweet southern boy with a great body, so I kind of forgave MacKenna for attaching herself to him even after the ass of a boyfriend and a rotten boss. Does the girl never learn her lesson? But as I got further into the book, I understood what MacKenna saw in him and in the end, I applauded her actions. This book kept me guessing, and on the edge of my seat.
November 6, 2017, 4/5 Stars