The Assassin

The Assassin

by Ella Sheridan

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I'm a cold-blooded killer with no room in my heart for anyone but the brothers I raised on the streets. In the world I've created, there's only one rule:

Don't harm the innocent.

And I'm about to break it. With her.


Grab the prequel to the exciting new series from author Ella Sheridan!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161355572
Publisher: Ella Sheridan
Publication date: 06/10/2019
Series: Assassins , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,133
File size: 229 KB

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The Assassin 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Anonymous 15 days ago
Interested in seeing what happens in book 2
mary8808 20 hours ago
This is a novella that sets up the Assassins series and what a beginning it is. Levi and his brothers are meeting up with someone when it all goes wrong and Remi is hurt. No Levi is after those responsible and he doesn't care who gets in the way. While Levi is stalking the man responsible for hurting one of his brothers, he watched the man's daughter and thinks he can take her to get back at her father for the pain he has caused. Will Levi be able to resist Annie and continue with his plan? Will Remi pull through in the end? Can Annie help Levi get her father for going after him and his brothers? This book was too short for me but I am about to dive into The Assassins Mark because I have to know what happens next. If you love romantic suspense, then you need to read Ella Sheridan, she will not disappoint.
ViperSpaulding 4 months ago
Thrilling start to a new series! This is the prequel to The Assassin's Mark, and as such is not a standalone book. It sets up the conflict and characters for that story, starting us at the very beginning and giving an amazing introduction to the Agozi brothers. It's nearly impossible to write a cold-blooded assassin for hire as a sympathetic hero, but this author manages to infuse Levi with just enough of a code of honor and a heartbreaking backstory to make us believe that deep down he's really one of the good guys. The conflict stems from an assignment that goes horribly wrong, leading Levi to Abby at the very end of this prequel. We immediately understand Abby's predicament and know that despite the plans he has for her, Levi can be trusted to act in her best interests. It's a thoroughly captivating setup, and I am looking forward to reading the rest of their story. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.