5 out of 5 stars
NEVER MISS by Melissa Koslin was pure adrenaline! The writing was as quick and as sharp as the main characters.
Kadance Tolle is a former CIA sniper who comes from a family of assassins but doesn’t want that life anymore. However, when she sees the clear signs that a stranger is going to be assassinated, she steps in. Feeling Lyndon Vaile isn’t out of danger yet, she decides he needs someone with her training looking out for him.
Lyndon Vaile’s research has led to a catastrophic discovery, the possibility that the Ebola virus is man-made and someone intends to weaponize it. Unfortunately, someone doesn’t want his discovery to come to light, making Lyndon the ultimate target. Thankful for Kadence’s quick reflexes and interesting skillset, he finds himself intrigued by this loner of a woman.
Together, both Kadance and Lyndon are being stalked, pursued, watched, and targeted as they make their way across the country to stop a disastrous event.
I thoroughly enjoyed NEVER MISS. This was my first time reading something from this author, and I will keep my eye out for future releases. The writing was sharp and witty. Romance was at a minimum, but chemistry was at a high. It was interesting to watch—what I would consider—two loner characters feel the push and pull of attraction, and the struggle that followed when they feared involvement with the other would only put them in more danger.
I would definitely recommend NEVER MISS to anyone who likes action/suspense.
Though I was given an advance copy of NEVER MISS in exchange for a review, all opinions and observations are my own.