The MacKenzie Family Book 14
A killer who taught her everything she knows…
A mission that pits her skills against his…
And a new partner that makes her body…Sizzle
When Declan MacKenzie asks Archer Ryan to do a special job for MacKenzie Security, Archer has no choice but to say yes. He owes Declan his life, and Declan more than has his hands full with his own family problems. Little does Archer know he’ll be chasing a would-be recruit all the way to hell and back. Or maybe Alaska just seems like hell.
Audrey Sharpe works for no one but herself. Not even when the most elite security company in the country wants her. She doesn’t have time to worry about MacKenzies. She’s racing against the clock to hunt down the man who taught her everything she knows and to stop him from killing more innocent people. When sexy, but tough as nails, Archer Ryan keeps getting in her way, Audrey has to decide whether he’ll be an asset or a distraction her body and mind can’t afford.
Sizzle left me just that, sizzling and breathless.
Fast, rapid action that made my heart beat faster and hold on to my Kindle a bit too hard. Suspense builds up through the book, and made me hold my breath, waiting for the next turn of the events.
Romance, love, desire so hot, it is -- well, sizzling and searing.
Agony, pain, and sorrow so deep, it brought tears to my eyes.
Five stars all the way!!
Liliana Hart writes skillfully excellent suspense and action stories, never to disappoint. The MacKenzie series was the first one I started with, after I got my Kindle, and was introduced to a new world: receiving books from USA within seconds, instead of waiting for a paper copy for 8-12 weeks.
I highly recommend the MacKenzie series, or any other books from Liliana Hart, to that matter. She writes with passion, humor, and mayhem in mind, and her books are vastly entertaining. She also invest much of herself to her readers, and I admire her talent, commitment, and endurance as a self-publishing author.
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