AJ Rivers second Emma Griffin novel does a complete 180 from the first, focusing on one storyline rather than a multitude. But does this help the story in the end?
I see a bright future for Emma as a lone-wolf, loose-cannon agent in the next novel and beyond. However, I found it hard to like her due to poor decision making throughout the novel, but she gets her act together, which is the point, right? That said, much like Emma, this first story is a little all over the place.