I never really knew what misery was until the day I was kidnapped and sold for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Two months later, I’m at a brothel in Rio when I meet Daniel Hays. He says he’s here to save me, but can I trust him? All I know of him are his sarcastic retorts and his tendency to solve every dispute with his gun. He’s also the only safe thing in my world, and I know it’s wrong to fall in love with him, but I can’t seem to help myself. He says he’ll protect me until his last breath but I don’t know if I should believe him or even if I can.
For the last eighteen months, I’ve had one goal: to find my kidnapped sister. I’ve left the Army, turned paid hit man, and have befriended criminals all across the globe. In every brothel I raid or every human trafficking truck I stop, her face is the one I’m desperate to see. In Rio, I find Regan Porter, bruised but not broken and still sane despite her weeks in hell. I should leave her behind or send her home because the last thing either of us needs is to get involved. But with every passing minute, I find I can’t let her go.
The Hitman series continues with Daniel’s story. His mission: to find his sister, Naomi and Daisy’s friend, Regan. You get to experience Daniel and Regan’s POVs throughout this novel which makes the storyline more intriguing and intense. You not only observe but you feel the trauma and torture Regan experiences in the brothel. You experience along with Daniel the struggles he encounters internally and externally. Parts of the story had extended information that I found myself skimming, but the majority of the novel had me on edge worried about what was around each corner or behind each door. The angst was a 7 on a scale of 10! Give this a try and find your next book crush! Rating: 4 stars