Lieutenant Viktor Rostov warned them not to cross him.\r\rIf Hans Brenner had listened, Natalie Allred might not\r\rhave disappeared — and Hans might not be lying mortally\r\rwounded, his life forfeit to the Soviet MGB. All Hans wanted\r\rwas to marry his sweetheart in America. But that was before\r\ran agreement between Hans and U.S. intelligence goes\r\rhorribly wrong.
Lieutenant Rostov has no choice; with his daughter, Lucya,\r\rsentenced to a Siberian death camp in a governmental power\r\rplay, he must deliver Hans or risk losing Lucya forever.\r\rTo preserve Lucya_ã_s life, Hans must help the Soviets build a\r\rbomb, and Natalie must swear allegiance to the motherland\r\rand to Rostov himself. Escape seems impossible within the\r\riron grip of the secret police. And when the MGB begins to\r\rsuspect betrayal, Hans and Natalie_ã_s survival will hinge on\r\rtwo people. One must trespass against the laws of a nation\r\rthat gave him a second chance, and the other must make\r\ra heart-wrenching choice: trespass against his country or\r\ragainst his heart.
I really like her writing style. I hope there is more in this series. It keeps you interested and wanting more.
Trespass is the third book that delves into the complicated lives of Natalie Allred, Hans Brenner, Viktor Tostov and support team. This novel deals with post WWII Europe, Russia and the terror of the USSR under Stalin. Intriguing romance midst heart-stopping suspense keep the reader glued to the page from beginning to end. Sandra Grey does an excellent job of sharing the point of view from the other side of the coin. Natalie and Han's faith in God, hope for eternal marriage and support from loyal friends make this one to keep on your shelf and share with family.