Darkest Before Dawn

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Darkest Before Dawn

A KGI Novel

I love this series and it is one of my favorites of Maya’s. I’ve always wanted to know Hancock’s story and the way he see’s things. In the other KGI books they have him as the bad guy that the group hates and even though he’s rough around the edges, he’s got some good qualities and caught my attention right away. When he comes face to face with a woman who's not afraid to express herself or show how much she doesn’t appreciate the situation she’s in, he gets thrown for a loop.

It was funny seeing his reaction to the supposed prisoner that everybody seems to want. I don’t think he truly thought of her as a real person until he actually met her, until then she was just a mission he had to do, a job. Hancock being thrown for a loop was for lack of a better word, funny. He’s always seems so confident and put together and yet when faced with Honor, he gets thrown off his game.

Book Blurb for Darkest Before Dawn

THE ALL-NEW KGI NOVEL from the ?incredibly awesome" (Jaci Burton) #1 New York Times bestselling author of When Day Breaks.

The Kelly Group International (KGI): A super-elite, top secret, family-run business.

Qualifications: High intelligence, rock-hard body, military background.

Mission: Hostage/kidnap victim recovery. Intelligence gathering. Handling jobs the U.S. government can’t...

The enigmatic Hancock has been both opponent and ally to the KGI teams for as long as they've known him. Always working a deep game, Hancock's true allegiance has never been apparent, but one thing is for certain?he never lets anything get in the way of duty.

But now, his absolute belief in the primacy of his ultimate goal is challenged by a captive he's been ordered to guard, no matter how much she suffers in her prison. She's the only woman who's ever managed to penetrate the rigid walls surrounding his icy heart, but will he allow his perplexing feelings for the beautiful victim to destroy a mission he's spent years working to complete or will he be forced to sacrifice her for ?the greater good.”

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2015 4.50