At the end of her rope.
Carly DiMarco swore she’d never take another hacking job. That life is over. Gone. Her new life is about music, playing the bass in her all-girl rock band. But when she gets stranded in Nevada, broke, desperate and out of options, she’s forced to return to the dark underworld.
While she knows nothing about her boss, he clearly knows everything about her. It’s not long before Carly gets the feeling she’s in over her head. If she could back out of the deal, she would, but the time for second-guessing is long over.
One last job. That’s what she tells herself.
No sacrifice too great.
DARC Ops have one man they depend on for their toughest cases. Stanton Morse. Code-name: Tansy. The former Marine is called in for a top-secret case. He’s asked to ID the hacker who broke into an FBI server. Tansy recognizes the unique code. It can only belong to one person. Carly DiMarco.
A woman he hasn’t heard from in nearly a decade. A woman he’s never met but knows very well. As Tansy uncovers more evidence, it’s clear Carly’s in danger. Before long, his interest is way more than professional.
A vicious threat.
There are people who want Carly dead. They lurk in the shadows, watching and waiting for the first chance to strike. When Tansy tracks down Carly, one of their men has a gun to her head. In an instant, the mission changes. Tansy’s protective instincts roar to life. Carly might be a person of interest, but he’ll shield her from any threat.
No matter the cost. No matter the danger.
Dark Web can be read standalone and contains no cheating, no cliffhangers, and a happily ever after, guaranteed.