Every Last Breath by Juno Rushdan

Every Last Breath by Juno Rushdan
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: Contemporary, Mystery/Suspense
Length: Full length (448 pages)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

48 hours
2 covert operatives
1 chance to get it right
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Maddox Kinkade is an expert at managing the impossible. Tasked with neutralizing a lethal bioweapon, she turns to the one person capable of helping her stop the threat of pandemic in time: the love of her life, back from the dead and mad as hell at her supposed betrayal. Recruiting Cole to save millions of lives may be harder than resisting the attraction still burning between them, but Maddox will do whatever it takes…even if it destroys her.

When Maddox crashes back into Cole Matthews’ life, he wants to fight back. He wants to hate her. But the crisis is too strong to ignore, and soon the two former lovers find themselves working side-by-side in a breakneck race to stop a world-class killer with a secret that could end everything.

The clock is ticking.

This story is about two spies in different agencies and two people long ago in love. She thinks he’s dead. Her boss sends her out with a team to rescue someone and he “sort of” forgets to tell her it’s that same long-lost love, Nicolai, now called Cole. Years before, he left her to save her life and the lives he could save of his mob family. Did Maddox really cause this carnage? It’s quite possible it was all her fault when she told her CIA family that Nicolai’s dad was the Russian mafia. Both are drawn to one another; neither trusts one another, and yet they have a job to do.

This is an easy read, full of action. The characters are defined well enough to be believable. I spent a little time being impatient with this story, but it might not be for the reason you’d think. He kept saying “I can’t trust her” and she kept saying “I’ll be hurt” and it did seem to go on and on a bit. However, I can’t say it slowed the flow of reading down. I think quite possibly Rushdan did a good job at writing in a manner to create tension like you feel in a tv show. The kind where you wonder what’s going to happen and you cover your eyes because you can’t watch. I didn’t realize it until I reflected on the book after I finished.

So, what does all of the above really say? A good read, a little romance, definite action, and a little suspense all rolled into one book. This is Book 1 of a series titled “Final Hour”. I was going to say this is the kind of book that has characters who deserve a sequel, but in looking I realized there is already a Book 2. Check them out.

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