Review: The End Game by Kera Faire

The End Game by Kera Faire
Series: Death Isle (# 3)
Release Date: July 20, 2016
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Pages: 55
Source: book provided by the author for review
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As an undercover operative, your life is not your own and you can’t trust anyone.

Emma MacKay is only too aware of the fact, but it still sucks when you have to take out a friend’s fiancé when he’s suspected of being a traitor.

Milo Dorn is more than an undercover operative. He’s one of the dispatchers, secret killers for the department. When someone is feeding his pigs fresh meat he needs to find answers. What he finds instead is the woman of his dreams. While the sex is mind blowing, and makes him want to throw away the rule book, he cannot forget the first rule of the game—trust no one.

When the truth comes out, can Milo and Emma find a way to each other, or are their jobs an obstacle too high to overcome? The End Game is on…

 

Review: This is the third and final installment to this series. I’d like to reiterate that this is BDSM themed and the story has a very dark tone to it that some readers may not enjoy.  This is another quick book, only about 55 pages.  I’d also like to reiterate that this book is best read if it’s read along with the other two books. I’ve mentioned this in the other reviews I did on books one and two, but just in case those reviews weren’t read, I like to make sure that the reader is aware. I think that the reader would understand the continuing story better if all three books were read together.

In this installment we have Emma and Milo. Emma is an operative and is sent to the Island to figure out who’s the traitor in the organization. She’s smart, capable and no nonsense.  Milo is an operative as well and is determined to figure out Miss Emma and what makes her tick.  Finding balance between being lovers and operatives is something the two of them are going to have to figure out together.

Take a chance on this book, it’s not bad, I found it to be entertaining and funny.

 

 






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