Review: A Shot of Red by Tracy March
After fleeing DC following a one-night stand that had her reeling, biotech company heiress Mia Moncure has thrived working with a humanitarian aid team administering vaccines in Haiti. When the United States is threatened with a flu epidemic, Mia’s grandmother demands her return to unveil a new flu vaccine for Moncure Therapeutics. She arrives to find that her ex-boyfriend, the company’s PR Director, has died in a suspicious accident in Switzerland that Mia soon suspects was murder.
Determined to reveal a killer, Mia heads to Switzerland where she’s threatened as she discovers a plan to infiltrate the vaccine for nefarious purposes. Desperate for backup, she turns to sexy Gio Lorenzo, Communications Director for her mother, a high-ranking senator—and Mia’s one-night stand. While negotiating their rocky relationship, they race to uncover a deadly scheme that could ruin her family’s reputation. But millions of people are being vaccinated, and there’s more than her family’s legacy at stake. Mia and Gio struggle to discover the truth about the scheme and their feelings for each other, but it just might be too late.
A Shot of Red by Tracy March
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
We start and end in the earthquake ravaged Haiti where Mia Moncure goes to provide humanitarian aid administering vaccines that are provided from her family run company of Moncure Therapeutics. Now its what happens in between that is a big ole mess.
Mia’s grandmother who runs Moncure Therapeutics request her to return home from Haiti. Mia was reluctant to go for more personal reasons but once she gets back she gets deeply embroiled in a vaccine Flu situation that seems to have already caused the death of her ex boyfriend and maybe eventually even more dastardly things.
As the plot moves along and things are revealed Mia is devastated to find out just how deep this conspiracy goes. Helping Mia figure out what is going on is Gio Lorenzo who she had a one night stand with and is her mother’s Communications Director that also works at Moncure Therapeutics.
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