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At Any Cost - TREX #2 - cover

At Any Cost - TREX #2

Allie K. Adams

Publisher: Allie K. Adams

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They trust no one… 
TREX Special Agent Dan Weber gave up his director position to take the lead role on the team assigned to protect the greatest biological weapon ever created. Now it’s disappeared. It’s up to Dan to hunt down the double agent suspected of stealing the weapon and threatening to unleash it on the world if his demands aren’t met. TREX pairs Dan with a reckless rookie—a rookie who looks more like a swimsuit model than a member of the covert agency. 
Reeling from past betrayals, Dan doesn't trust anyone—especially the gorgeous tomboy he’s been saddled with. The rookie will only get in his way and slow him down. The fact she stirs up feelings in him he’s long since buried means nothing. There’s a mole within the agency, one hell bent on taking out every member of Dan’s team before destroying the world, and Dan will stop at nothing to find the mole at any cost. His new partner’s interest in his team is more than a coincidence, and he’s determined to find out why. 
Including each other… 
Determined to prove herself in a male-dominated field, Agent JT Turner eagerly accepts a shady mission to track down a phantom weapon the agency denies ever existed. Too eagerly, according to Dan. JT sees it as a chance to show them all she belongs on the frontline—the first female to make it into spec ops. Being paired with their top agent, superspy Dan Weber himself, guarantees her a spot in the elite division—even if it means taking his. 
Refusing to let a hungry rookie screw up such an important mission, Dan sets out to uncover the mole on his own—someone who just might be closer than anyone realizes. But JT won't stand down; she's got an agenda of her own and plans to uncover the mole before Dan. 
When the two unlikely partners track the weapon to Colombia, they uncover a deeper plot than either could have realized, one that hits them both personally and threatens everything they’ve ever stood for. Undermanned and unarmed, can JT and Dan unravel a madman's plot and remove the threat before it’s unleashed? In a race against time, the line between desire and destiny will blur, and their true desires will finally be met. 
It’s the adventure of a lifetime—if they can survive.

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