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Posted August 7, 2013
We have been watching as Trevor’s interest in Isabel has brought him back to life and Isabel’s interest has brought her back from edge of the abyss that life has led her to. One of Nicole chameleons, Isabel excels at undercover work. She hides behind her various personas and Trevor insists on breaking through to the real Isabel. For a woman who is cool under fire this scares her as nothing else does. Trevor wasn't able to save his fiancé how can he risk his heart once more with a woman who purposely puts herself in harms way?
This is romantic suspense at its best. Action adventure, and romance this series just keeps getting better with each installment. This reads like a modern day episode of Mission Impossible. I can’t wait for the next installment.
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Posted September 26, 2013
NUMBER OF STARS: 3 1/2
Ahh Trevor & Isabel’s story. Words that come to mind are stubborn, determined and a never say die attitude. This is what you get from these two. They are both so stubborn and determined but for very different reasons.
Trevor is a man on a mission to get Isabel to see that there is way more to them then she thinks there is. And this time Trevor is not going to let her run away from him, no matter what he has to do.
Isabel may come off as tough. She may be one of the best chameleons out there. But the one thing that scares her to death is Trevor Callaghan. And for a very good reason, Trevor makes her feel.
This was a good story. Parts were a little slow. But overall I enjoyed Trevor & Isabel’s story. I am looking forward to the next book in this series. Disclaimer:
I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
Posted September 6, 2013
Posted September 14, 2013
Posted August 19, 2013
~Reviewed by FRANCESCA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog
The Killer Instincts series has had my attention from the beginning because it’s not just about a group of badass military (or ex-military) men out to save the day. There’s also a group of assassin women. Nothing gets me more than a badass heroine and this series usually has that in spades. Add to that the great suspense element, tightly written plot and one of my favorite cast of characters in the romantic suspense world right now and you have a winner.
We met Isabel Roma a while back and saw her first interactions with Trevor. The attraction was there but the timing wasn’t right. Trevor had lost his wife and was devastated. In a very dark place and ready to give up on life. Isabel was that light that dragged him through that time when they had to work together on a case. Things got a bit more heated between them in the previous book when time had started the heal Trevor.
In MIDNIGHT GAMES the risks and stakes are higher. Noelle’s team is called in to help find Jim and then bring down who they thought was a human trafficker. They weren’t ready for the surprises and twists this story had prepared for them. I know I wasn’t! There were so many things I didn’t see coming. Just when you think they will be safe everything goes to hell. And just be prepared for some loses. I was kept on my toes the whole time.
Isabel and Trevor were at a point in their relationship that they were ready to admit their feelings for each other. The relationship development was just getting past those barriers they both built around their hearts and letting the other in emotionally. I really enjoyed them as a couple in and out of the bedroom and the added bonus is they work great together!
Then there’s the side characters. Without going into the guys….I’ll just say that I need to have Noelle’s book. I wasn’t expecting what was going on with her, meaning who she’s having an affair with. The bit of background info we got was just a teaser. I know her story is going to be an intense roller coaster and I’m ready for it.
*ARC provided by publisher
Posted September 14, 2013
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