She’s got a broken heart... and a fully loaded arsenal....
Ex–army ranger Jim Morgan leads a team of elite mercenaries, but eighteen years ago in Paris, he was part of a black ops unit whose mission was to hunt down a rogue operative. In order to trap the criminal, Jim seduced Noelle, the man’s daughter—a ruthless act that cost him the love of his life and turned her into a mortal enemy. Now he can’t trust her, but he still desires her. He also needs her help....
Older, wiser, and unwilling to play the fool again, Noelle runs a group of highly skilled assassins. And she’s just been offered the hit of the century: Eliminate Jim Morgan. History gives them no reason to trust each other, but with their lives in jeopardy at the hands of a common enemy, the lines between love and hate are soon blurred. Now Noelle and Jim must face the past if they want to have a future—let alone a future together.
Midnight Games starts out with Noelle getting a new job, but this time it hits closer to home than she would ever realize. This time the hit is for non other than James Morgan. Noelle doesn't take the job though, she goes to warn Morgan. Now, when Morgan gets close to finally finding the person he's been looking for for so man years he asks Noelle for help. Noelle knows she never stopped loving the man and now even though she wants to hate him she does what she can to help him. But some truths are revealed and Noelle isn't sure what she wants anymore and neither is Morgan.
This book took us on a roller coaster ride of the past and the present. Noelle and Morgan have a very crazy history, but when truths come out neither one really knows how to deal with it. And now Noelle knows that she will never stop loving him, and Morgan feels the same. But it may not be enough to get over past hurts.
Noelle was a very strong character in this book. She did a whole lot of bad things and good things, but in the end it worked out for the best. And Morgan, I wanted to slap him a few times, but he ended up being a pretty awesome hero as well.
I was happy with their HEA, now I'm even more excited to read more in this awesome series.