Hidden Agenda, by Lisa Harris, is the third book in the Southern Crimes series that follows Michael Hunt. Michael is in hiding since his 8 month undercover assignment was blown. Soon he is a wanted man, and he finds himself trusting the most unlikely source: the daughter of the man who wants him dead. Olivia also finds herself in the middle of the mystery involving a cartel drug lord. She really had to face a lot of emotions when learning that the people in her life aren’t really who she thought they were.
I really enjoyed this book, since I like to read romance books. The action aspect made the book go really quickly, and I didn’t want to put it down until I was able to find out what was going to happen to Michael and Olivia. Since I read the other books in this series, I didn’t have a problem following the characters. I think there is enough information that people would be able to read this as a stand-alone book without any problems or confusion.
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