Don't get noticed.
Zoey "Zero D" Danson thought it was an easy rule to follow. For years she toiled in cubicle 12A of the NSA's data farm compiling security briefings and Intelligence reports. But she put her neck on the line and burned a dirty government operation to keep a covert ops team alive.
Now she's "one of them." She's not a nameless, faceless civilian anymore. She's part of The Arsenal—and in way, way over her head.
Trust no one.
Gage Sanderson recognizes a threat when he sees it, and the newest geek in The Arsenal's back office is trouble. She's smart, secretive, sexy, and everything he shouldn't want. They risked their necks to keep her safe, but she's hiding something and it's up to him to figure out what.
He's sworn to never trust another crew at his back, but his team is worth the risk. He won't make the same mistake twice—even if it means killing the only woman who's ever made her way past his defenses.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was totally unprepared for what Zoey had in store. I knew a bit about what her background was supposed to be. But she was totally bad arsed and burning the candle at the ends and in the middle. Zero Trace was perfect story and title for Zoey. It really showed her that she was not alone and that the Arsenal was there for their family of choice. I was on the edge the entire time. I can’t wait to see the true repercussions of what happened when Zoey went all out for her family. Because there is no way this story is the end of it. This was a stand alone. However, I much enjoyed knowing more about the Arsenal and all of the Masons along with their serious alphaness by reading the others in the series.
This book will tear you up! I LOVED IT! Zoey “Zero D” Danson is my kind of heroine; smart, nerdy with a good heart and a great sense of humor. Life has not been kind to Arsenal agent Gage Sanderson but that is about to change. This story teaches them each a different definition of family. Zero Trace is a terrific addition to the series.