A new dark romance series from the New York Times bestselling author of Twist Me
She fears him from the first moment she sees him.
Yulia Tzakova is no stranger to dangerous men. She grew up with them. She survived them. But when she meets Lucas Kent, she knows the hard ex-soldier may be the most dangerous of them all.
One night—that’s all it should be. A chance to make up for a failed assignment and get information on Kent’s arms dealer boss. When his plane goes down, it should be the end.
Instead, it's just the beginning.
He wants her from the first moment he sees her.
Lucas Kent has always liked leggy blondes, and Yulia Tzakova is as beautiful as they come. The Russian interpreter might’ve tried to seduce his boss, but she ends up in Lucas’s bed—and he has every intention of seeing her there again.
Then his plane goes down, and he learns the truth.
She betrayed him.
Now she will pay.
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Anna zaires is still at the top of my list for favorite authors. I loved the krinar and twist me series. Julian and Nora were my favs by far due to the complexity of the character development. I did not feel the complexity as much in capture me. The story was also much shorter than expected. Really wish the first and second stories were combined. I was reading along when it abruptly stopped. I was surprised it was over without really getting started. I will definitely finish the series but I am a little disappointed after reading the last 2 series.
Anna Zaires Never Disappoints!!
Will always and forever be my favorite dark romance author. Because of her I can honestly say I love everything about it. Her characters are ones I could read about day and night!!
Couldn't get over the betrayal....
My review is for the trilogy. I love Anna Zaires' books......but even though I enjoyed the story, I just couldn't get over Yulia's part in the plane crash. I couldn't understand how Lucas could just let that go. I'm assuming he trained the men on the plane and even if he was not friends with them, he was their leader. For him to just let that go and be ok with Yulia's part in it seemed out of character, esp taking into account his history in the military. Also the storyline with the maid and her interaction with Yulia and the reason behind it was just stupid. It seemed like Julian and Lucas had no control over their staff.......they are supposed to be these ruthless men and yet even the maid runs about amok on the compound. I'm surprised Julian let Lucas handle things with Yulia for as long as he did. I did feel bad for Yulia and her situation/past.....her trauma and how she was used by the spy agency. She admits to have killed during her training but has not killed since......so it was surprising her lack of guilt and remorse for her part in killing 40plus men. It's a fast read and of course, the chemistry is off the charts.