Nathan is being held captive and is in agony. His saving grace is the voice of an angel who eases his pain and helps him regain enough strength to escape. When he does, she leaves him with a void that he can barely stand. When he escapes and returns to the KGI, he hears her again-now she needs him.
Her name is Shae, and she's on the run with her sister. A government group wants to harness their abilities to heal. The KGI wants to help- but can Nathan quiet his soulmate's doubts and convince her that they are meant to face these dangers together?
Banks s fourth Kelly Group International (KGI) romantic thriller (after Hidden Away) introduces a speculative element. Nathan Kelly, captured and tortured, finds himself in telepathic contact with a mysterious woman named Shea, who helps him survive and engineers his escape. Once free, Nathan finds himself unable to explain matters to his highly trained family and the top-secret, globe-trotting paramilitary organization they operate. When he takes the family jet and flies off to rescue Shea from the kidnappers chasing her, the Kelly family bond pulls in the rest of the KGI team. Banks enhances Nathan and Shea s romantic attraction and physical intimacy with the telepathic bond, and as their relationship gets satisfyingly steamy, the action remains tense, perilous, and convincing. The mystery of Shea s abilities and her equally talented sister, Grace, promises plenty of material for future KGI books.
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I LOVE NATHAN AND SHEA!
I have grown to love all of Maya Banks' stories, especially the KGI series. But this story is so very special...I can't wait to read about Grace and see who she ends up with! Thank you, Maya, for such amazing characters.
Okay, I have read this series 3 times! If you haven't read them you should start!
This is the best book I have read from Maya so far ( i have read about 14) of her books. Was reluctant at first but it kept u on edge an didn't disappoint. Action filled. This would make a great sci-fi movie.
She cusses like a sailor and her signature is stamped all over this book. Job well done Maya Banks