MISTED by Rina Kent




MISTED
Author: Rina Kent
Genre: Romantic Suspense; Mafia Romance
Series: Team Zero
*can be read as a standalone*

Credit:  Heather from Confessions of a Bibliophile




She's his deadly obsession. He's her dark secret.


Mist
Our secret tore us apart turned us into enemies. 
He doesn’t know that I’m keeping a bigger secret from him. 
So when he returns demanding to rule the mafia business with me, I fight back. 
We can’t coexist when there’s so much blood between us. Or so I tell myself as I fall harder and deeper for him all over again. 
I need to stop before the blood on my hands destroys us. 

Hawk
She thinks I don’t know. 
She thinks she can hide just because I left her alone for fifteen years. 
See, I never left. 
I’ve been watching, scheming, and calculating until the right moment to strike. 
I’m done lurking in the shadows. 
Our secret isn’t scary. I am.

Misted is a dark mafia romance, romantic suspense, and a killer romance. For a better understanding of Team Zero's assassination world, you might want to read the previous books in the series. Misted is a second chance romance, has no cliffhanger and no cheating, and ends on a HEA. Due to language and sexual content, this is advised for mature audience only.




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4.5 amazing stars for this dark and gritty second chance, enemies-to-lovers mafia romance.  Mist’s and Hawk’s story is dark and intense and one full of secrets, betrayal, obsession, and love. Be prepared to be pulled into the story from page one as this book grips you right from the beginning and will not let you go until you finish that last page.   


Mist’s and Hawk’s emotional journey as a couple started over 15 years ago - when they were both a part of the Omega experiments as kids and trained to be assassins. The two forged a bond, but it wasn’t all unicorns and rainbows.  To be perfectly honest, I wasn’t sure how I was going to feel about Mist as she wasn’t that big on my radar in the other Team Zero books. (Note: this book, while a part of a series, can be read as a standalone.)  I shouldn’t have worried because she fast became one of my favorite heroines. She is strong, selfless, a fighter, and resilient. Then of course there is Hawk who wants to both destroy and protect Mist.  What’s not to love about this sexy assassin? He is obsessive, broody, protective, and is what you would call the “strong silent type”. They have some intense chemistry and what these two went through both individually and as a couple is nothing short of heart wrenching.  My heart broke many time over for them and I may have used an entire box of tissues.

One of the things that I like about this book is that it is told from a dual POV as getting into the minds of both Mist and Hawk is integral to understanding their relationship. I really like how the author weaved their story by writing mostly in the present, but also had flashback chapters interspersed throughout the book.  It was a great way to show how their relationship started and what led up to present day.  This book is fast-paced and kept me on my toes with all the revelations, the action, and the suspense.  I received Misted for free and I am looking forward to the next book in this dark romantic suspense series.

Credit: Heather at Confessions of a Bibliophile


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Rina Kent is a lover of suspenseful plots and edgy characters. She has always been obsessed with romance. Storytelling is in her blood. Plotting is her addiction. Flawed and gripping characters are her drug. She makes it her mission to give them all types of trouble before granting them happy endings.

When not scheming her characters' fate, Rina manages a hectic schedule divided between studying and living with the most supportive husband and a not-very-supportive cat.





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