Written by Kenneth V. Bloom
Narrated by Cheryl Krawetz
Duration 10h 43m
Zhanna is a modern-day detective story set in Kiev and a large city in the northeast region of the United States.
Giancarlo Marchetti feels the pressure of leading the family business. He hasn’t taken a break in the last year. He decides to vacation in Crimea on the first anniversary of his grandfather’s assassination. Relaxing times come to an end when he finds a beautiful woman near death on the shore of the villa he rented.
Who is she? How did she survive in the Sea of Azov? Why does she have scars on her body? He’ll get answers when she wakes up. No. She has amnesia. Things don’t add up. He determines that someone dumped her in the Sea of Azov intending that she drown.
Giancarlo faces a tough decision. Taking her to authorities could place her in the hands of her killers. There is a way he can ensure she is safe until her memory returns. He can take her home to America. She’s spent a month in paradise, or so it seems. Her passport says her name is Irina, but it’s all a fake. Dreams and flashbacks reveal pieces of her history. In one unexpected moment, it all comes back. She is Zhanna Kovalenko, The Black Cat, a Ukrainian secret police officer.
There are complications, and it starts with the handsome, wealthy American. For the first time in her life, she is in love. But before she can consider her future, there are scores to settle back in Kiev.
NOTE: This audiobook contains some adult sexual content, but NO vulgar language.
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