The Mercenary's Daughter
When Special Ops recruit, Tara Kafee is dishonorably discharged, there's only one place to go—Home.
But there's more waiting for her there than she's ready for.
It's been four years since she's been back and ten since her mother walked out on the family never to be heard of again.
She's determined to rekindle things with her father and keep him close. That is, until he goes missing.
Soon after stumbling upon a safe room full of weapons, fake passports, and a mission's dossier marking a target in Cuba, she reluctantly accepts the help of her angsty teenage brother. He's the only one she can trust, so together, the two set out for Havana.
Tara is determined to get her father back, whatever it takes, but things are never easy when you're the mercenary's daughter.
Fast-paced, awesome read!
When I started this book, I really wasn’t sure how it would go. Once Tara and her brother discover the truth about their dad, I was hooked! It was a wild ride, but it was so good. Not quite sure how she and her brother were able to escape so soon and remember their phones and wallets, but nonetheless, a really great story.
I loved that it involved Tara and Mitch finding their dad together. She gave him so many options to stay somewhere safe! It was great to read about them working through things without it distracting from the plot of the book or even slow it down.
This book really does ask questions and answers them in one way or another, even if it’s with that wild cliffhanger at the end!
Overall, this was such a fast paced and enjoyable read. I met a whole cast of characters and it felt so real and lively. I can’t wait for what’s next!