He will find her no matter what. As a blue-blooded captain of the Nighthawk Guard, his senses are keener than most. Some think that he's indestructible. But once he finds the elusive Mercury, what will he do with her? It's his duty to turn her in; she's a notorious spy and traitor. But after one stolen moment, he can't forget the feel of her in his arms, the taste of her, or the sharp sting of betrayal as she slipped off into the night. Little does Mercury know, no one hunts better than the Nighthawk. And his greatest revenge will be to leave her begging for his touch….
©2013 Bec McMaster (P)2015 Tantor
"Sensuous memories and unfulfilled desires help build tension between the leads, and fans will enjoy the expansion of McMaster's detailed setting." (Publishers Weekly)
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
Rosa is looking for her brother, thinking he was captured by the Night Hawks so she infiltrates the organization as a secretary. Low and behold the Night Hawk and especially Lynch are not what she thinks they are, and romance follows. This book is better because I like both the main characters really well. In the last book the heroine was a bit annoying. The story reminds me a bit of an old Jude Deveraux book The Raider. In that one of the main characters were playing two people. Also the few sex scenes that were in the book were steamy. I look forward to Perry and Garrett's book, this book has only wetted my appetite for more. The narrator is the same as the last book and overall she does a good job.
Just the right balance of character, plot and steam. Also, for me, willing suspension of disbelief was (amazingly) not a problem. Loved the strong tortured characters in this one. Smart. Skilled. Crafty. Had my son wondering why I kept volunteering to walk the dog for him. 😉
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