From My Bookshelf – A Spy in the Struggle by Aya de Leon

Yolanda Vance has a new assignment. As a fairly new FBI agent, it’s a bit of a surprise that they are giving her an undercover assignment but she will fit nicely into the job. Returning to the town where she attended college, her task is to infiltrate a group called Red, Black, and Green. She’s been told that it is a group of extremist activists that must be stopped.

But the people she meets aren’t anything like what she was told to expect. And her understanding of how the world works has to be altered when she realizes that simple determination to succeed isn’t always enough when you come from a neighborhood like Holloway.

As circumstances and evidence begin to point to a truth far different than her bosses have told her, Yolanda begins to question everything about the case she is working on. Who exactly are her bosses protecting and why? Does Yolanda have the courage to put another job at risk to do the right thing? And what about the unexpected romance in her life? Will she lose that once she tells him the truth about who she is?

Yolanda’s focus has always been on her own success. But what would she have to compromise this time to make that success a reality?

Well-crafted characters, a beautifully constructed plot . . . definitely found a new author to love with this book!

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