This book is the sequel of Secrets of a Mayan Moon.
In this book, Isabella is in Mexico City. Now she works for WIA (World Intelligence Agency) as a covert agent and she’s there to find out who is stealing priceless artifacts from an Aztec Temple.
Tino is in Mexico City too trying to frame his old nemsis Garza, the drug trafficker. He’s working for Garza and doesn’t know that Isabella in an agent and that she’s also in Mexico City.
Isabella is invited at Garza’s home to evaluate an artefact and when Tino sees her he’s terrified. They cannot acknowledge each other as their cover will blow. So a game of subterfuge begins with hidden meetings and Tino’s actions that start being erratic in order to save Isabella.
Here there’s a lot of action, a lot of people who appear in one way, but they end as complete opposite, a lot of sneaking, a lot of stolen kisses in a totally inappropriate times…
Here Tino is confronting Garza, the drug-lord who is responsible for his parents death. He hates Garza and wants to or put him in jail or (better) kill him thus getting his revenge. Things do not go as he wants and at the end, it’s Garza who saves his life and Tino has to acknowledge that even a drug lord has a positive side and is human too. This part was particularly well done!
This book is very similar to Secrets of Mayan Moon human sacrifice included, but I liked it better because the story was much more interesting and because in this one it’s Isabella to save Tino! with sneaking action taking place in ancient tunnels under Mexico city. Thus it is a full 4 star!