Firewall by DiAnn Mills
Taryn Young’s world abruptly changes when she is on her way to her honeymoon. She is in the ladies restroom when a bomb goes off at the airport. The ceiling collapse on top of her. She wakes up in the hospital with two FBI agents standing over her demanding answers. She is only worried about her missing husband. Taryn and her husband are the prime suspects in the airport bombing. The FBI has pictures of her husband leaving shortly before the bomb goes off. The FBI are also convinced her husband isn’t who she thinks he is. Taryn is a programmer/developer for a big company and is head of a top secret project.
FBI Agent Grayson Hall’s first priority is to catch those responsible for the airport bombing. Although evidence point to Taryn and her husband as the prime suspects, his gut is telling him that she has been a pawn in a deadly game. Things that Taryn tells him begin to make him believe her story. Taryn and Grayson fight to stay ahead of the terrorists as the bombers are really after Taryn’s top secret software project.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I didn’t want to put it down. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves suspense. There was a new twist to the story all the time and kept me guessing at every turn of the page. I never guessed who was behind the bombing. I liked how the author chronicled the date and time at the beginning of every chapter. It was very helpful with the timeline of events.
I was given this book by the publisher for an honest review. I was not compensated in any way.