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After a terrifying bank robbery brings her face to face with a masked gunman, Ellie Westfall hopes she and her son are safe. But Ellie soon learns there are worse things to fear, like dead bodies, or maybe becoming one. And as shadows close in and a bigger danger threatens, she has to trust FBI Agent Gil Trent to keep her safe from the monster bent on making her his own. BAfter a terrifying bank robbery brings her face to face with a masked gunman, Ellie Westfall hopes she and her son are safe. But Ellie soon learns there are worse things to fear, like dead bodies, or maybe becoming one. And as shadows close in and a bigger danger threatens, she has to trust FBI Agent Gil Trent to keep her safe from the monster bent on making her his own. But Gil Trent is hiding something. Can Ellie put her life in Gil's hands? Or will his secrets get them both killed?...

Title : Invisible
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ISBN : 9780996904834
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 273 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Invisible Reviews

  • Kristina
    2019-05-03 12:02

    Entertaining romantic suspense with twists and turnsThe story starts out strong and continues with a lot of mystery and intrigue. Some of it is explained about a third of the way in, which is nice it didn't get dragged out and other mysteries were allowed focus. One scene, which usually happens with romantic suspense, was how the single bad guy is able to outmaneuver or outsmart a team of trained professionals. I mean, really... But then the heroine got to prove her grit, which I absolutely love. No useless, frozen in terror heroine with Ellie. Go girl. Invisible was an entertainingly crafted who-done-it bank heist suspense.

  • Bookworm LLC
    2019-05-12 16:36

    Invisible had some good reviews so I wanted to read it too. It started off with a bang and for the first half of the book it kept my interest. However, it jumped into the romance way to fast for my liking. (Like on day two or three of the characters meeting)The female character had a back bone however, she wavered on her intuition and that was a bit phony for me as well.I don't want to discourage anyone from reading this book because it was a descent read just not what I thought it was going to be by reading the blurb about it as well as the cover.

  • Jara Beaubien
    2019-05-01 09:05

    I was given this book with the promise of giving a honest review.Wow was I ever taken on trip that I did not know if I was coming or going, Starts as a normal book that I have read countless if times, a bank robbery, Ellie Westfall and her young son Raylan are there when the bank get hit, and things for from bad to worse, as her son get really sick, as one of the robbers threatens Ellie.Enter dashing Gil Trent FBI, or is he, more then half the book has me wondering and who is the person who is directing all the robberies, Will Ellie, Raylan and Gil make it, will their feeling survive this story, who is the guilty party and how about the other characters that added so well to the story. The story was great, entertaining and kept me glued to it as I had to find out what was going on.

  • Jackson D'Lynne
    2019-05-01 11:03

    This is the second Allie Harrison book I've read, and it is so totally different from the first book she wrote, that I am convinced she's some kind of genre hopping sorceress. This book grabbed my attention right from the beginning, and held my attention AND heart, until the very end. The villain was perfectly despicable, and the hero was so wonderfully wounded, that I thoroughly enjoy the depths and the highs each of them experienced.Thank you, Allie, for writing a story I could literally see as a movie on the big screen. Of course, Bryce Dallas Howard would play Ellie! I can SEE IT!Read this book. Devour this book. You will NOT regret it!**Note: I helped design the cover! Don't you love it?!

  • Cynthia
    2019-05-16 12:38

    This is a story that grabs you and pulls you in from the start you won’t be able to put it down. Who can she trust are they friend or foe? Things are not as they seem you will have to look closely for the hints as the author takes you on a fast pace ride of finding the robbers. There are highs and lows as you are taken on a thrilling exciting chase of danger. This is the first I have read of this author it won’t be the last. You are given characters you can relate as they pull on your heart strings again and again. It has just the correct amount of action at the right pace to keep you invested in the read. If you love mystery and thriller you will want to pick this up.

  • Paula Genereau
    2019-05-01 11:59

    This is my first book by This author. I loved it. At first I got confused when the chapters went to different people but I soon caught on to why it was that way. Ellie just wants to live a normal life and raise her son. Since her husband died when she as pregnant it left her a single mom. when she goes to the bank real quick before work things get caotic. The bank gets robbed. One caring bank robber helped her in a difficult time. Gil with his green eyes is so dreamy. Can he be one of the bank robbers? Ellie has her suspicions. Wow!!! This book was amazing. Loved it.

  • Donna
    2019-05-05 10:54

    **Please note that I received this book on netgalley in exchange for an honest review**I really enjoyed this book. I was immediately drawn into this story as the robbery itself happened almost right away. However, things are not as they seem. Lives are in danger as they get closer to finding the mastermind behind the robberies. This is a very fast paced, thrilling read and I will be looking forward to more by this author. A must read for mystery and thriller lovers out there.

  • J.J. Stout
    2019-04-27 14:36

    High velocity from start to finish, Invisible is red-hot and ready to rumble! Allie Harrison delivers again, with well-developed characters that readers can easily identify with and a plot that will keep the pages turning. Invisible is positively thrilling!

  • Marta Pascual Perez
    2019-05-18 14:54

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  • Mark Morey
    2019-05-01 16:00

    Invisible was beautifully written with a great, flowing, writing style, well-developed characters and an interesting story that dragged me in and was almost unputdownable. But as things became clearer I wondered one man could have done all that he did. It was a good read though and I thoroughly enjoy Invisible.

  • James Marquis
    2019-05-06 09:46

    I don't usually read these type of novels but have to say this one was a very pleasant surprise. The author really knows how to write dialogue and the plot moved along crisply. It kept me involved. Lots of suspense and a bit of romance and sex to boot. Well done!