Title: Never Say Never
Series: The Nostradamus Prophecies
Series Number: #2
Author: Lisa Hughey
Genre: NA Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Lisa Hughey
Publication Date: July 14, 2016
Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work and chose to write a review.
Blurb From Goodreads:
Kelvin Jackson doesn’t do guns, gangs, or crying women. So how does he end up in a rural cartel compound in Mexico with crates full of Russian made weapons and a crying beauty?
On a remote viewing session Kelvin Jackson sees a crying woman in a warehouse full of Russian made guns. Something about the strong woman draws him and he convinces his boss that he should be the operative to go undercover and stop those weapons from being distributed.
Eva Pacheco, the bruja, is trapped in her little hometown, barely more than a prisoner to her father’s demands.
But when he starts dealing with Russian mobsters, she knows she has to get her younger brother out and she’ll use any means to accomplish her goal.
Kel and Eva are irresistibly drawn to each other against all logic. Their forbidden attraction only grows as her father seems to push them together. But neither is what they seem and when their hidden agendas are revealed both are left reeling from the consequences.
I’m enjoying this series so far and look forward to reading more. So hot! I like how there’s a militaristic team that has abilities but I’m not sure if the world knows about the abilities. I mean, there really hasn’t been much explained about the world. I know not everyone with abilities is part of the team or willing to share what they can do. I wish it would be explained how it all started but I’m just that curious lol. The different things that they can do is also very fascinating, it’s things I haven’t seen before and I love that. One guy for whatever reason won’t show up on any camera, he’s only a blur. I can see where that could be used for good and definitely used for bad lol. Can’t wait to see what happens next!!
Lisa Hughey has been writing romance since the fourth grade, which was also about the time she began her love affair with spies. Harriet and Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys later gave way to James Bond and Lara Croft and Jason Bourne. Exploring the complex nature of a profession that requires subterfuge and lies fascinates her. She loves combining her two passions into fiction. As evidenced by her Black Cipher Files series.
Archangel Rafe was her first foray into the paranormal but after spending time in the Angelic Realm, it won’t be her last. At their heart, the Seven novels are about the dynamics of family relationships. But the really hot Archangels don’t hurt.
And recently she’s been immersed in the Stone Family novellas, four stories about a blended family of brothers and sister who have a lot more in common than they realize. But of course she couldn’t just write about family and romance. There are complex plots, bad guys, and suspense too.
Lisa loves to hear from readers and has various places you can connect with her, although, shh, Twitter is her favorite.