Last Hit: Reloaded Novella
With their explosively sexy novels, the bestselling authors of Last Breath, Last Kiss, and Last Hit have proven themselves ?a force to be reckoned with.?* Now comes an all-new to-die-for novella in their acclaimed Hitman series… 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. Includes a bonus excerpt from Last Kiss. Praise for the Hitman novels: ?Sexy, thrilling romantic suspense.?—Smexy Books ?Will have you reading the pages quicker than you can turn them.?—*A Love Affair with Books ?It appears as if there is nothing these ladies can’t write about.?—The Muses’ Circle ?Read this series…It’s one of a kind and you won’t regret it.?—All Romance Reviews Jessica Clare is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Hitman novels which include Last Hit, Last Breath, and Last Kiss. She also writes under the names Jessica Sims, and Jill Myles. She lives in a teeny tiny town in North Texas that has no Starbucks, which is a cruel and unusual punishment. She spends her time with her husband, pets, and Keurig. Because, coffee. Jen Frederick is the USA Today bestselling author of the Woodlands series as well as the Hitman series. She lives with her husband, child, and one rambunctious dog. She's been reading stories all her life but never imagined writing one of her own.