Kill Without Mercy (ARES Security #1)
Rafe Vargas is only in Newton, Iowa, to clear out his late grandfather’s small house. As the covert ops specialist for ARES Security, he's eager to get back to his new life in Texas. But when he crosses paths with Annie White, a haunted beauty with skeletons in her closet, he can't just walk away—not when she’s clearly in danger…
There’s a mysterious serial killer on the loose with a link to Annie’s dark past. And the closer he gets, the deeper Rafe’s instinct to protect kicks in. But even with his considerable skill, Annie’s courage, and his ARES buddies behind him, the slaying won’t stop. Now it’s only a matter of time before Annie’s next—unless they can unravel a history of deadly lies that won’t be buried.
I'm not into the whole 'Me Tarzan you Jane' hero's and heriones who tolerate it.
Being put off the h/h from the beginning didn't help me invest in the rest of the book.
This series has potential but my interest is in the floor.
When did manipulative, controlling, weirdos become the next big thing in he- men lead roles in romance novels? Its everywhere lately. Why are so many of the female leads tolerating this? Why are so many authors using this formula? Why Ivy? I've always liked her male leads but this one was a total turn off for me.
Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews
Note: I received a digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Kensington