Thursday, July 28, 2016


Title: Bullet to the Heart
Series: No Mercy #1
Author: Lea Griffith
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She was born to love then taught to kill. She has become everything but is no one.

Known only as Bullet she was long ago forced to shed the name her parents gave her. Changed, molded and trained to kill with sharp-shooting efficiency she is one of The Collective’s most valuable assets. In a cadre of killers, Bullet is death waiting but her time for vengeance has come.

He was loved and then he lost. He has become a hunter in search of revenge.

Everything was taken from Rand the day a bullet ended the lives of his beloved wife and daughter. He has searched for their killer seven long years and may have her in his hands. Rand has suffered but now the time has come to make The Collective pay or die trying.

Joy and sorrow are two sides of the same coin. Vengeance draws them together but before all is said and done they will learn love can either break you or make you stronger.
 


     

Bullet to the Heart begins when Rand finally has contact with someone who is connected to the murder of his family. The problem is this woman called Bullet is like no other woman he's ever met, and she's not only connected to the people who killed his wife and child she's also the woman who saved his life. 

Bullet knows she will never be able to be apart of Rand's life, but she wanted to do everything she could in order to save him even if he turns out hating her. She has feelings for him, however, she doesn't understand them and she knows she has to finish her mission or else everything will fail. 

This book was filled with a ton of twists. It was also really dark in a lot of ways. The relationship between Bullet and Rand was very heartbreaking and hard to see how they could even have a happily ever after. But they both work hard to finish their goals and can't seem to stay away from each other. 

I really liked the plot line of this book. It was very interesting, the only thing I didn't like though was how it ended. I was hoping for a little bit more information at the end, but that's okay it was still enjoyable. 

Other than that I also liked seeing glimpses of the other characters and I look forward to reading other books in this series.  
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