Review: Midnight Pursuits (Killer Instincts #4) by Elle Kennedy!

 Her job is to stay hidden.

Too bad he can’t take his eyes off her.
Soldier-for-hire Ethan Hayes is the youngest member of an elite mercenary team. While he may be affectionately nicknamed the rookie, the skills Ethan honed as a Marine make him seriously dangerous. But when a sudden distress call puts him in close quarters with a rival, he finds more than his field skills being put to the test.
Juliet Mason stands out as the master thief in a covert group of assassins and spies. Her latest mission is personal—and it’s gone horribly wrong. Juliet may prefer to work alone, but when the rookie comes to her aid in snowy Eastern Europe, she can’t deny they make a good team. But even up against a powerful enemy, their most challenging task yet may be fighting the passion between them… 

Brandi’s 4 star review…

Midnight Pursuits is another kick-ass installment in the Killer Instincts series. This time we get the rookie’s story and it was everything I had anticipated. Sexy romance and a plot that centers around crazy-good action,this story hooked me from the very beginning.
Ethan is not only the youngest member of Morgan’s mercenary team but the one with the biggest heart. After he intercepts a troubling call from Juliet, he jumps a plane to go to her rescue, even if she is a tough as nails assassin. Juliet tries to push the rookie to leave so she can avenge her brother’s murder alone but that’s just not in his character. Once Juliet opens her eyes and sees that Ethan is more than just a sweet kid,she lets her barriers down and in the process finds her own heart to give to him.
Midnight Pursuits can be read as a standalone but I highly recommend reading the whole series so you can get to know all these character’s since they weave throughout each story.


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