Too Far Gone

Too Far Gone

The next intense installment in Allison Brennan's New York Times bestselling Lucy Kincaid series. Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable. That is, until her The next intense installment in Allison Brennan's New York Times bestselling Lucy Kincaid series. Things finally s...

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Title:Too Far Gone
Author:Allison Brennan
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Genres:Thriller
ISBN:125016446X
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:473 pages pages

Too Far Gone Reviews

  • Kathy Crouch
    Nov 09, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

    Love Lucy's Adventures ! Lucy Kincaid novels are one of the best series being published now. Brennan writes a great story, develops a cunning plot. Readers who don't grab the Lucy Kincaid series are missing a treat. ...

    The Kincaids- Rogans are worth the wait! This is one of the best written series ever. The action is nonstop, full of love, trials, and a unending family full of backup. Through all the love of family, honor and duty shines . Being badass does hurt at all ! ...

    Luck Kincaid series just keeps getting better and better. I'm always looking forward to the next one inn the series. Luck and Sean's relationship is beautiful. I love watching their story grow. And there's always a new mystery to grab your attention to. ...

    Another grab you and pull you deep into the story! Loved every bit! ...

  • Cheryl
    Nov 26, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

  • Samantha
    Nov 26, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

  • Darcy
    Nov 01, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

  • Emma L.
    Sep 09, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

  • Dawn
    Nov 01, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

  • Tanya
    Nov 07, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

  • Bea  Charmed
    Nov 15, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

  • Stacy McKitrick
    Dec 01, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

  • Andrea
    Nov 25, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

  • Myndi
    Nov 26, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

  • Patti Lucas
    Dec 13, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

  • Kristal Richardson
    Nov 26, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

    Love Lucy's Adventures ! Lucy Kincaid novels are one of the best series being published now. Brennan writes a great story, develops a cunning plot. Readers who don't grab the Lucy Kincaid series are missing a treat. ...

    The Kincaids- Rogans are worth the wait! This is one of the best written series ever. The action is nonstop, full of love, trials, and a unending family full of backup. Through all the love of family, honor and duty shines . Being badass does hurt at all ! ...

    Luck Kincaid series just keeps getting better and better. I'm always looking forward to the next one inn the series. Luck and Sean's relationship is beautiful. I love watching their story grow. And there's always a new mystery to grab your attention to. ...

    Another grab you and pull you deep into the story! Loved every bit! ...

    Allison never disappoints. Great read and can't wait for the next one! ...

  • Diane
    Dec 04, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

  • Virginia Winfield
    Nov 25, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

  • Paige Turner
    Dec 11, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

  • Zoe
    Nov 09, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

  • Rhea
    Nov 07, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

  • Becky
    Nov 03, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

    Love Lucy's Adventures ! Lucy Kincaid novels are one of the best series being published now. Brennan writes a great story, develops a cunning plot. Readers who don't grab the Lucy Kincaid series are missing a treat. ...

    The Kincaids- Rogans are worth the wait! This is one of the best written series ever. The action is nonstop, full of love, trials, and a unending family full of backup. Through all the love of family, honor and duty shines . Being badass does hurt at all ! ...

    Luck Kincaid series just keeps getting better and better. I'm always looking forward to the next one inn the series. Luck and Sean's relationship is beautiful. I love watching their story grow. And there's always a new mystery to grab your attention to. ...

  • Cheryl
    Nov 05, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

  • Lindaq
    Nov 05, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

  • Davia
    Nov 03, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

  • Tammy Radford
    Oct 31, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

    Love Lucy's Adventures ! Lucy Kincaid novels are one of the best series being published now. Brennan writes a great story, develops a cunning plot. Readers who don't grab the Lucy Kincaid series are missing a treat. ...

    The Kincaids- Rogans are worth the wait! This is one of the best written series ever. The action is nonstop, full of love, trials, and a unending family full of backup. Through all the love of family, honor and duty shines . Being badass does hurt at all ! ...

  • Lori
    Nov 26, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

  • Sheryl
    Nov 03, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

    Love Lucy's Adventures ! Lucy Kincaid novels are one of the best series being published now. Brennan writes a great story, develops a cunning plot. Readers who don't grab the Lucy Kincaid series are missing a treat. ...

    The Kincaids- Rogans are worth the wait! This is one of the best written series ever. The action is nonstop, full of love, trials, and a unending family full of backup. Through all the love of family, honor and duty shines . Being badass does hurt at all ! ...

    Luck Kincaid series just keeps getting better and better. I'm always looking forward to the next one inn the series. Luck and Sean's relationship is beautiful. I love watching their story grow. And there's always a new mystery to grab your attention to. ...

    Another grab you and pull you deep into the story! Loved every bit! ...

    Allison never disappoints. Great read and can't wait for the next one! ...

    Great book! Loved the last lick at the end. Allison Brennan, you did it again - you kept me reading past midnight. Thank you. :) ...

  • Rebecca Minnock
    Oct 10, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

  • Emilie Davis
    Nov 09, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

  • Michelle Hoult
    Nov 24, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

  • Diana L. Wells
    Nov 07, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

  • nancy hines
    Nov 02, 2018

    Ominous, engrossing, and suspenseful! In this compelling fourteenth installment in the Lucy Kincaid series, Too Far Gone, Brennan has written an intricate, action-packed, police procedural that has FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid and her fellow law enforcement colleagues delving into a case ...

    for blog tour 3.5 stars The blurb didn't lie; this was intense. This is book #14 and I haven't read any of the previous books so I was confused at times, trying to keep characters straight, but this worked pretty well as a stand alone. Full review to come. ...

    Two different cases to solve - one for Lucy and one for Sean. The first case starts the novel off with a mad/crazy man in a cafe talking to himself, then waving a gun around and grabbing a cafe worker. The FBI and SWAT are dispersed to the scene and some dialogue between the 2 starts b...

    I don't usually read series, because I find I get bored with the characters after awhile. The Lucy Kincaid books are always enjoyable though. I like that the characters seem to grow and don't get stuck on the same issue all series. The only problem I had with this story was the two plo...

    There was a lot going on in this one. We first have the case that Lucy was working on. It was easy to see what was going on with the supposed bad guy from the coffee shop once you knew where he was working. Then it seemed like a race for Lucy and the FBI to figure it out before the rea...

    I enjoy the Lucy KIncaid series. This one was more personal than most that I have read. Lucy is so memorable that you don't need to read them in sequence. The story line is very good, and easy to relate to. Big drug companies can be very deceptive and hide secrets, as anyone that needs...

    Brilliant! As always Lucy and Sean are unbeatable! They have to be some of my favorite characters. Jesse fits right in and was so happy to see Sean get time with his son. What a brilliant story! I love parallel storylines. Loved every page. ...

    This one is part of the Lucy Kincaid series, but works perfectly as a standalone - it's the first of the series I have read.  FBI agent Lucy Kincaid is married to Sean Rogan, and lives in San Antonio. A hostage situation means she is called into work a new case involving a pharma...

    ...

    Summary from Goodreads: "Things finally seem to be going well for FBI Agent Lucy Kincaid. She's just finished training for Hostage Rescue, her husband's relationship with his son is back on track, and her tense relationship with her boss, Rachel Vaughn, has become much more bearable...

    Despite being the 14th installment in this series (14th!), the Lucy Kincaid series is new to me, as is the author, Allison Brennan, so I had no idea what to expect going in. Typically, I try to avoid reading books that are midway through a series I'm not familiar with, but the cover wa...

    Too Far Gone is the 14th novel in Allison Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series. This time around, Sean is spending time with his son Jesse (who is now out of WITSEC), and Lucy is investigating a gunman who took hostages in a coffee shop. As is typical of this series, the story is fast pace...

    I have not read many books in this series. Yet, I do like this author's writing. In fact, it has been a while since I have picked up a book by Mrs. Brennan. After reading this book I became rejuvenated to pick up another book from Mrs. Brennan sooner rather than later. This book ca...

    It's hard to believe that this is the 14th Lucy Kincaid book, especially if you've read all the books that came before leading up to this series. Over 30 books and still just as fresh as always. The characters all continue to evolve and surprise. Lucy and Sean are the perfect match for...

    A man walks into a coffee shop and proceeds to hold them captive. When he dies in a shoot out with the FBI, Special Agent Lucy Kincaid is assigned to find out what happened and why. All Lucy is turning up is more questions than answers since everything she has found about Charlie McMah...

    It might have taken me a lot longer to read this than I intended with all of life's distractions, but I loved this book. Once again, Allison Brennan delivers an amazing Lucy Kincaid Rogan story. As in most of her books, there is a story within a story. Lucy and her fellow FBI Agents ne...

    Captivating... This is the latest book in a series featuring Lucy Kincaid and Sean Rogan however it can be read out of sequence. As usually there are several story lines in the narration. In this book a Sean is enjoying a summer break with his newly discovered son Jesse, while Lucy...

    I had not read one of the Lucy Kincaid books for quite a while and now I can?t wait to read more of the previous ones. This has a lot of twists and turns. I had a hard time putting this down. I love Lucy and Sean. It wa nice to get to know Jesse also. I love when they bring in the ot...

    Four stars because I forgot how enjoyable these novels are, and how much I missed the characters! The Kincaid/Rogan family saga continues, this time with Sean's son Jesse in the mix. I love how Brennan's stories unfold, how tight knit the families are, and all of the crime/suspense/cyb...

    I love this series. I'm always surprised that I like each book in the series more. I wondered how they would integrate Sean's son into the story line and the author has done a great job. Sean and Lucy are such a great team. In one book he has to be strong and support her and in the nex...

    Too Far Gone was also much too long. 473 pages could have easily been trimmed to about 350 without all the filler that was non-essential to the story line. I am growing so tired of authors who are doing this these days. Are they getting paid by the word, or what? The book itself was go...

    Too Far Gone is a great story in the continuing series of Lucy Kincaid & her husband Sean Rogan. But it can be read alone without having to catch up on the entire series. Great suspense as two different stories unfold, one personal and the other a local FBI joint task force case. L...

    Another winner!! This one you cannot put down!! Make sure that you have taken your high blood pressure medicine when you read this because you will need it. The two concurrent stories are both geared to keep you on the edge of your seat! All I can say is if I was ever in a bad place...

    This series started out as romantic suspense. Now the romance is very light and it?s more just suspense. I?m okay with this (I'm a sucker for suspense anyway). I love this family, these characters. They're always a joy to return to. ...

    Love Lucy's Adventures ! Lucy Kincaid novels are one of the best series being published now. Brennan writes a great story, develops a cunning plot. Readers who don't grab the Lucy Kincaid series are missing a treat. ...