I hate, hate, hate to say it but this is probably my last Andrew Grey book.
There were so many disconnects here, the romance, the adoption and the spy business. None of them were gaining enough ground to keep me interested. The romance came literally out of nowhere. The adoption part was alright but short sighted. After listing all the reasons the adoption couldn't possibly happen, it felt like a serious miracle (Deus ex machina) was going to have to happen. I am not sure what the spy stuff was all about but then again I didn't care enough to keep reading. And Anthony's driver of 5 years dies (in an apparent spy fight) and the whole scene is 3-5 sentences and then Anthony states 'he wouldn't know what to do if something happen to Wes' and they've been whatever they are together for like a couple of weeks (face palm, shakes head.