She’s smart, seductive, and in way over her head. He’s her only way out.
An undercover DEA agent has gone off the radar. Suspecting an internal mole, the government needs Luke Dubois and his elite team of operatives to recover their man, and the New Orleans native thinks he’s found his way inside the dark underbelly of Manhattan: Olivia Taylor, the girlfriend of a mob boss and the sexiest woman he’s ever laid eyes on. His new mission objective? Get past Olivia’s defenses and convince her to take a chance—on him.
All Olivia wanted was to finish law school and live a normal life, but that dream was shattered when one dangerous night put her deeply in a mobster’s debt. Now Luke and his team will help her escape—in exchange for intel on the missing agent. But Olivia doesn’t anticipate her intense attraction to the reckless Louisiana charmer or that she’ll be forced to risk everything—including her heart.
Midnight Alias begins when Luke has to get close to a stripper to get to the target his team is after. It seems pretty easy, right? Wrong, Luke has a major attraction to Olivia and when he realizes that she's scared of her boss things start to get a little more complicated. Olivia has just been trying to get by with the life that she's leading. She's underneath a very dangerous man's thumb and she's trying to get out. When Luke offers her help she knows it is the only way to get out of this. But when things go a little crazy their world may crumble around them.
This one was not nearly as good as the first book in the series. The story line was very interesting, and it was awesome getting to see more of all the other characters and Luke.
But the main thing that made me dislike this book somewhat was the heroine Olivia. She drove me nuts. I felt like she was a major jerk to Luke, and the way she reacted to his help was so frustrating. Then she was too stupid to realize that she had friends on the inside too. Seriously, I really couldn't stand her. I was happy with the way it ended but it was still really annoying because of her.
Other than that I really liked this book, and I'm hoping the next book will be better!