Chris and Lexi Denton led what they considered a normal life.

Lexi worked as a dance instructor at a local studio, and Chris was a successful broker at a firm in downtown Miami, Florida.

When Chris gets entangled with a crime boss who utilizes his talent for numbers to cover up deadly secrets, the pair soon discover much more than just Carlos Mandini’s dark secrets, they discover their own.

Chris and Lexi Denton are not who they believed.

As they run for their lives from Mandini and his organization, who they are and what they are capable of, begins to surface. Their pasts are remembered, memories the government thought they had wiped out; the very government that created them.

Now locked in a struggle for their right to even exist, they soon find themselves combating others like them—enhanced government projects created since birth to supplement and aid other military projects. In a run for their lives they discover what they’re capable of, incredible feats of mental and physical strength and skill.

Those in charge neglected to factor in the most important lesson Chris and Lexi learned on their own...

Love supersedes science.

Culminating in an explosive ending that will leave the reader breathless, the two make it their mission to do what they know must be done—assure the Lz Project is not only destroyed, but can never be reactivated...

Even if it means they sacrifice themselves.

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5.0 out of 5 stars

Lexi is Bad-ass

By Lesia Connelley Vargas

on July 6, 2016

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I just finished Rogue by Laura Ranger and I absolutely loved it. The book was so full of twists and turns. Lexi is a sweet Ballet teacher and Jack is your normal run-of-the-mill accountant. Or are they?? Government experiments to trained killers, this book has it all. I loved the ending the most because of everything they were put through. I know I'm not making much sense but you will just have to read this spectacular book to find out what I'm trying to say. I was sad that it ended but so relieved that it did. LOVED it so much.

5.0 out of 5 stars

Keeps You Guessing to the End
By Katherine E. Smits

on July 13, 2016
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Action Packed and full of twists and turns, Rogue is a great adventure wrapped around a sweet and sexy love story. It grabs your interest and keeps you guessing all the way to the end. I highly recommend this book to anyone who likes action and suspense.

5.0 out of 5 stars

5 On-Your-Toes, Creative Stars
By Laura Belle

on June 18, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition

If you are tired of reading the same old story over and over ... this book is for you. If you want a story that will keep you on your toes, full of twists and turns ... this book is for you. Rogue is not what I would describe as a slow, easy read, and for that I am thankful! (There are way too many of the same me-too, slow stories out there!) The authors unfold Lexi and Chris' story in well-paced blocks, and I felt as if I experienced everything with them step by step. I don't want to give away the plot, but you will quickly see that this story isn't just another story about a couple on the run. This story was well - written and incredibly thought out, and I look forward to more work from these authors.

4.0 out of 5 stars

I can say that I felt like I was on a roller coaster ride right up ...

By Mary V

on June 18, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

Just finished reading this book and while it is not a genre that I usually look for, I can say that I felt like I was on a roller coaster ride right up to the end. Plot twists galore. Great read for a day at the beach.

3.0 out of 5 stars

A truly unique story.
By Amazon Customer

on June 20, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition

I was gifted an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.

I began reading this story with no real idea of what to expect. Chris and Lexi are faced with a world turned completely upside down, and it seems as though everyone around them has become an enemy. The story was intriguing, and I desperately wanted them to come through safely.

However, I found myself having to fight to stay in the story. The dialog felt formal, and I found there was a fair bit of head hopping, perhaps too much so. At times characters seemed to know or experience things felt by someone unconnected to them.

The concept for this story was amazing and unique. While I felt that it fell short of its potential, with too much tell and not enough show, I found the action sequences to be thrilling and engaging.

Overall, I enjoyed this story. It progressed well. I enjoyed the twists and turns, the surprises and the unexpected that it brought repeatedly. The ending of this story left me feeling satisfied.