When Jade Saito was just a child, Assassins forever changed her world with flames and bullets. Jade was saved by the Dream Walker Division, a covert branch of the CIA consisting of people like her—agents with the ability to dream themselves into another’s reality as unseen observers. They also happen to be stronger, faster, and have photographic memories, making them optimal spies.
Orphaned that day, Jade has since lived within the Dream Walker Division compound where she trains every day to be a spy. Not just any spy, but the best. Now at age twenty, Jade is the youngest field agent for the DWD. She and her unit of Dream Walkers work to take down criminal organizations, though the elusive Assassins are always Jade’s main objective.
When DWD leaders start turning up dead, the compound is shaken to its core. If the leaders of the DWD aren’t safe from Assassins, no one is. And to make matters worse, Jade’s best friend and unit member Shea is outright breaking rules, putting herself and others in danger. Jade knows the rules have to be kept for their protection, and yet she still happens to “chance meet” an irresistible blue-eyed charmer every day at the coffee shop. However, she can’t allow the relationship to go any further when she’s constantly being hunted. Now Jade must convince Shea to fall in line, say goodbye to her coffee shop chance meet for good, and stop the Assassins before it’s too late and the they murder everyone she loves—again.
Tainted Lies is Alias and Nikita meets Inception.
“This is the best sci-fi thriller I have read in a long time! It has science fiction, romance, a female action book, what more cold you ask for?” —C.J. Hill. author of the Slayers series
“You’ll be up all night with this thriller sci-fi! And be ready for a book hangover after! If you’re looking for a strong female character book, this is it. Jade is kickass, but relatable too.” —Kelly Oram, author of the Supernatural series
“A gripping thriller with science fiction romance, and a science fiction spy book. It's everything and more! Fast paced, twists you won’t see coming, and all the feels.” —Reviewer