End Game by Rachel Dylan | Review


Rachel Dylan's newest release, End Game is definitely a page turner.  This is book 1 in the Capital Intrigue series.  When two men are murdered in the same manner FBI Special Agent Bailey Ryan is called in to work the case,  The catch is that one of the men was a Navy Seal, so she has to work to solve the case with NCIS Special Agent Marco Agostini.  Evidence quickly mounts pointing to another Navy Seal, a sniper who Bailey does not believe is guilty.

While the investigation continues, Bailey becomes a target and they have to work hard at keeping her safe while solving a crime that goes deeper than expected.  Their team works together against the clock to find the guilty parties.  During the investigation Marco and Bailey are drawn to each other.  You will of course have to read the book to find out what happens.

The book is well written and holds your interest.  Also throughout the story you will see the possibility of other stories that might show up in the future.  I did feel like the relationship between the two agents was a little overdone, but the story was good nonetheless.
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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