Lisa Harris' "Hidden Agenda" follows an undercover detective on the run from the drug cartel. The story has a few moments of suspense, but mostly consists of the main character's time on the road. It's an okay read, but fails to connect with the reader. The main character's romance with the daughter of the cartel leader has little to no chemistry, and the mystery of the story unravels at the end without much of a build up. Harris also tells the story from multiple points of view, with some characters only getting a few chapters, which I find rather annoying. I did, however, like the unusual use of a character who uses sign language.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.