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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Lung injury/respiratory distress cases became a pandemic in Chicago, and Dr. Lori Sullivan discovered something. A new narcotic called Luminous was making the rounds in town, leaving people in the hospital or morgue. The discovery cost her life, but she had already passed the information on to her friend, Dr. Jessica Ong. When men searching for a USB file attempted to kill Jessica, her ex-boyfriend, Reece, stepped in to protect her. Reece worked in a private security outfit capable of handling the matter. However, being in the same space with Jessica meant dealing with her feisty nature and facing his truth. Jess and Reece were up against cartels and assassins with extensive resources. Will they discover the truth, survive, and give love a second chance? Find out in Sullivan File by CB Samet.
The sixth installment in The Rider Files series, Sullivan File by CB Samet features action, romance, loss, and family. I loved the plot, fast-paced drama, and development. The characters were also unique, especially the couple and Reece’s colleagues. I realized we face pharmaceutical risks every day, stemming from malpractice and cover-up. Drugs from a medical trial flop could have alternative uses that are addictive or fatal. But somehow, these drugs find their way into the public domain so that someone somewhere could make a return on investment at the expense of lives. It’s pathetic! I loved Reece and Jess, and as a team, they were unstoppable. Anyone who underestimated Jess did themselves a disservice because she was full of surprises. Samet is a talented writer, and I will check out previous installments.