Ann Silver is a woman who wears many hats. She's a cop, a Midwest Homicide Investigator (MHI), a pilot, a writer and even dabbles in oil painting. When an accident she investigates contains information that might be important to the FBI, she delivers the case to Paul Falcon. Paul Falcon is the FBI's finest and when Ann lays this case in his lap, he is totally intrigued by her. Never has he been so taken with a woman before. He's amazed by her group of friends which range from the VP to U.S. Marshals, military, spies, secret service. Some she knows are Paul's family and his closest friends. But she's very quiet about it. Trust comes hard for Ann and she harbors lots of secrets. As Ann and Paul work together, he begins to realize just how complex Ann really is. Ann begins to understand she just might be able to trust Paul completely. Can their relationship withstand the pressures of the job as well as some of Ann's secrets coming to light?
First let me start by saying it's good to have Dee Henderson back. This was a good story especially if you have read her O'Malley Series and the Uncommon Heroes Series. They are brought into this story and you have a chance to meet up with some of them again. I liked the aspect of Ann being the author of those stories. I don't think I've seen that done before. It was fun seeing how this story intertwines with both of those series. One thing this story was not, was an edge-of-the-seat type suspense. There was mystery and intrigue but it wasn't the typical cat and mouse routine. No one was in immediate danger. It was more of a police procedural type story that finds you walking through solving long-standing cold cases. I must admit in some parts, that became a bit too long for me. Throughout the story you witness the slow budding romance between Ann and Paul, although I felt like Paul did most of the giving. And who would not like Ann's dog Midnight? He totally won my heart! One part of the story that intrigued me was Ann's relationship with 'Lovely'. I loved how she described it. Who is Lovely? Read the story to find out. All I know is that that aspect of the story will stay with me for awhile. If you are a Dee Henderson fan you won't want to miss Full Disclosure.
Paperback: 432 pages
Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (October 2, 2012)
*I received this complimentary copy from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for an honest review.