Thursday, January 22, 2015

Review: Last Hit: Reloaded ( Hitman #2.5 ) by Jessica Clare

Last Hit: Reloaded by Jessica Clare
Excerpt

There was a time when Nick loved the fear he instilled in his enemies. His tattoos alone promised danger, but it was the look in his eyes that delivered on it. A contract killer since he was just a boy, Nick has now forged a new life and a new identity with the woman who followed him, captured him, and changed him.

He terrified Daisy. Once. But she couldn't resist, and she ignored every warning. It paid off. Now she's part of a new beginning, a fresh start in America helping him to leave behind a reckless and violent past as a professional killer. But the past is never easy to outrun, especially when so much of it thrives on revenge.

A new threat has emerged from the shadows, and now Nick and Daisy have no choice but to rely on Nick's killer skills to protect them from everything they've tried so hard to escape.


Genre

Suspense

Review

Is always good to catch up the characters that you used to love.

Nikolai is still awkward in his own peculiar way. As what Daisy said, he is always so dramatic in his words. He worshiped the ground she walks on and there is nothing he won't do to keep her safe.

They both struggle to blend into the society. Nick couldn't care less about what people think of him. But Daisy wants to have friends and be accepted. What's make me hard to grasp is the fact that Nick gave up his prior life to be an art student. Hmm... Is hard to believe this volatile guy with killer instinct is gonna feel content for such lifestyle.

We have a little plot with Daisy's classmate, Christine. The girl had a situation that Daisy adamant to help despite warning from Nick to stay away and meanwhile there is a mystery shooter in the campus. With the police sniffing around, will Nick and Daisy able to find out the truth before Nick's true identity is expose?

Fans of Last Hit will enjoyed getting glimpses into Nick and Daisy's life after they settle into their domestic bliss.

Rating 3.5/5

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