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Apr 30, 2017
Breaking The Honor Code is about a talented computer geek, Allison Richards, who is trying to track the hacker responsible for compromising the security of Northstar, the company she works for. I liked Allison because she's intelligent and has an old-school sense of principles. Sloan Cartland is the infamous playboy son of her boss. He also works for Northstar as a field agent, and was sent to bring her back from her vacation in her hometown. He caught a glimpse of what kind of person Allison really is, and was torn between admiring her or believing the evidence that she was the one responsible for leaking the company's confidential files to the press. The story certainly kept me interested until I read the last page. The pace was just right and the characters interesting. I liked that the romance was palpable, but remained innocently sweet. The mystery behind the hacking was intriguing and the action was enough to make me finish the book in one sitting. All in all, it was a good read and great as a stand alone. I'd certainly recommend it and would read the rest of the books in the series. *I was provided with a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.*
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