Publisher: Mirror Press
Published: July 26, 2016
Mia Golding, an undercover agent is about to make a handoff to co-agent, Omar Zagouri. But before she can complete her assignment, her cover is blown, and she finds herself escaping with Omar. The only problem is, her boss warned her about Omar and his sketchy history of landing himself in the middle of danger. After losing her mother in an attack planned for Mia, pulling off any heist with a man like Omar is the last thing she needs for her career . . . or her life.
Having read Slave Queen, I feel more connected to the characters in this novella than the book. Seeing how Mia and Omar become a couple would also reflect the growth in their relationship from the beginning up until the present. I like Mia’s character in this novella, compared to the tough woman that she is in the book. Moreover, seeing Omar in Mia’s perspective is quite fascinating. In Slave Queen, Mia is like the equal of Omar but it is not how she looks at it.
As the two of them embarks on an adventure to accomplish a mission and trace the killer of Mia’s mother, their wits, and intelligence synchronized with each other and they totally clicked. It’s sweet and short but action-packed all the same. It is a page turner. Anyone who reads Omar Zagouri Thriller should read this.